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  • The Library of Congress is celebrating its 218th birthday this week. On April 24, 1800, President John Adams approved the appropriation of $5,000 for the purchase of — in his words — "such books as may be necessary for the use of Congress." Ksenia Turkova, of VOA's Russian Service, checked out the biggest library in the world and some of its
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    Published on 04-26-18
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  • A caravan of Central American migrants crossing north toward the United States has arrived on the U.S.-Mexico border, where fear of persecution at home has led many of them to apply for asylum in the U.S. Others, doubtful of their chances of entering the U.S., have decided to stop short. VOA's Ramon Taylor and Arturo Martinez report from Baja California,
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    Published on 04-26-18
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  • The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the Trump administration's third attempt to implement a ban on travelers from some countries. Protesters argued outside the court that it targets Muslims disproportionately. The government says the policy is needed for security reasons. Either way, for one young Washington family, it means a grandmother can't meet her daughter's first child. Victoria
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    Published on 04-26-18
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  • Washington's efforts to denuclearize North Korea and Iran are expected to face close scrutiny soon. That's because a deadline that would allow the U.S. to back out of the international Iran nuclear deal is fast approaching. Washington is also working toward finalizing a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, which President Trump says could take place as early
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    Published on 04-26-18
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  • With President Donald Trump hosting two major European leaders at the White House this week, analysts and body language experts are paying close attention to the contrasts in his warm embrace of French President Emmanuel Macron and his past frosty exchanges with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. VOA's Diplomatic Correspondent Cindy Saine takes a closer look at what Trump's "bromance" with Macron,
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    Published on 04-26-18
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  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt is set to face questions from lawmakers Thursday about allegations of ethics and spending missteps during his tenure. Pruitt is going before two House of Representatives subcommittees for hearings about the agency’s budget, but lawmakers are expected to seek answers about his spending on first-class air travel, his security detail and a lease
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    Published on 04-25-18
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  • President Donald Trump often likes to boast about how different he is from his predecessors in terms of style and substance.  But it is unlikely any past president would envy the legal challenges facing Trump, from the Russia investigation to Stormy Daniels to the scrutiny law enforcement is giving his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.  VOA national correspondent Jim Malone has
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    Published on 04-25-18
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  • Facebook Inc. shares rose Wednesday after the social network reported a surprisingly strong 63 percent rise in profit and an increase in users, with no sign that business was hurt by a scandal over the mishandling of personal data. After easily beating Wall Street expectations, shares traded up 7.1 percent after the bell at $171, paring a month-long decline that
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    Published on 04-25-18
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  • The Tennessee Waffle House where four people were fatally shot reopened Wednesday amid tears and solemn remembrance of the dead. The company said it will donate a month of the restaurant’s sales to help the wounded survivors and the families of the slain. Employees wore orange ribbons and hugged one another while a steady stream of customers came in to
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    Published on 04-25-18
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  • A man once sworn to protect the public from crime was accused Wednesday of living a double life terrorizing suburban neighborhoods at night, becoming one of California’s most feared serial killers and rapists in the 1970s and ’80s before leaving a cold trail that baffled investigators for more than three decades. Former police officer Joseph James DeAngelo, 72, was arrested
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    Published on 04-25-18
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