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Lawsuit: Little-Known Benefit Backfires in Green Card Denial

Lawsuit: Little-Known Benefit Backfires in Green Card Denial

By Elliot Spagat | Apr 11
A man who was denied permission to return to the United States from Mexico sued the federal government Tuesday, saying he was misled by a little-known benefit aimed at keeping married couples together in the U.S. while a spouse waits for a green card.

CEO Zuckerberg Apologizes for Facebook's Privacy Failures

CEO Zuckerberg Apologizes for Facebook's Privacy Failures

By Mary Clare Jalonick, Barbara Ortutay and David Hamilton | Apr 11
Under fire for the worst privacy debacle in his company's history, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg batted away often-aggressive questioning from lawmakers who accused him of failing to protect the personal information of millions of Americans.

More Than 80 Dead From Tainted Liquor in Indonesia

More Than 80 Dead From Tainted Liquor in Indonesia

By Ali Kotarumalos | Apr 10
Indonesian authorities say at least two dozen people have died in the past day from drinking toxic bootleg liquor.

Prince Harry, Meghan Seek Charity Donations, Not Gifts

Prince Harry, Meghan Seek Charity Donations, Not Gifts

Apr 10
Planning to send Prince Harry and Meghan Markle a toaster or tea kettle as a wedding gift?

Oldest Man Likes Soaking in Japan Hot Springs, Eating Sweets

Oldest Man Likes Soaking in Japan Hot Springs, Eating Sweets

By Mari Yamaguchi | Apr 10
Masazo Nonaka has enjoyed soaking in northern Japan's hot springs for many years - probably longer than most people.

Police Say 6 Detained in Foiled Plot to Attack Berlin Race

Police Say 6 Detained in Foiled Plot to Attack Berlin Race

By Kirsten Grieshaber | Apr 8
Six people were detained in connection with what police and prosecutors allege was a plan to carry out an attack on Berlin's half-marathon Sunday, German authorities said.

Trump Calls Out 'Animal Assad' for Suspected Chemical Attack

Trump Calls Out 'Animal Assad' for Suspected Chemical Attack

By Jonathan Lemire | Apr 8
President Donald Trump is condemning what he calls a "mindless CHEMICAL attack" in Syria that has killed women and children, though he's offering no evidence to support the claim by Syrian opposition activists and rescuers that poison gas was used.

German Police Knew Van Driver Well; Still Not Sure on Motive

German Police Knew Van Driver Well; Still Not Sure on Motive

By Kirsten Grieshaber and Dorothee Thiesing | Apr 8
The 48-year-old German man who drove a van into a crowd in the western city of Muenster was well-known to police and had a history of run-ins with the law, German prosecutors said Sunday.

Trump Suggesting China Will 'Take Down' Its Trade Barriers

Trump Suggesting China Will 'Take Down' Its Trade Barriers

By Jonathan Lemire | Apr 8
President Donald Trump is suggesting China will ease trade barriers "because it is the right thing to do" and Washington and Beijing can settle disputes that have rattled financial markets, consumers and businesses.

Hungarian PM Orban Expects To Win 4th Term In National Vote

Hungarian PM Orban Expects To Win 4th Term In National Vote

By Pablo Gorondi | Apr 8
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is expected to win his third consecutive term - and fourth overall - in Sunday's national vote but opposition leaders were encouraged by a high early turnout.

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