U.S. Urges Travelers Not To Visit Cuba After Sonic ThreatBarely two years after the U.S. opened an embassy in Havana and Cuba opened an embassy in Washington, the thaw in American-Cuban relations has hit a major chill.
Trump Aims To "Buy American, Hire American"President Donald Trump is hoping to revive economic populism that helped land him in the White House, signing an order to tighten rules on tech companies bringing in highly skilled foreign workers.
Man Dies of Bacterial Meningitis Hours After Symptoms SurfaceA second deadly case in as many months of bacterial meningitis has been confirmed in South Florida, Miami-Dade County Health officials said Wednesday.
Few Human Trafficking Victims Apply For Offered VisasRoughly half a million illegal immigrants who were brought into the U.S. and forced into prostitution or servitude are offered visas each year if they agree to testify against the smugglers. But in the first eight months of this year, only 524 victims applied for the visas and less than half were issued.
Security Never The Same After 9/11The attack on America, September 11th, 2001 broke our hearts, provoked our outrage, and evoked a fear we had never known. The changes in U.S. domestic security were immediate, dramatic and promise to be ever-lasting.

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