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US, China flex muscles at G20 meeting

The United States and China — whose differences are fueling fears of a trade war — are flexing their muscles at

Trump to champion death penalty for drug dealers

US President Donald Trump on Monday will unveil a controversial call for drug traffickers to face the death penalty as part

Trump’s pick to lead UN agency says has trust of Muslim states

Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the UN migration agency said Monday that he has convinced member states that he holds no

Facebook rocked by new data breach scandal

Facebook shares plunged Monday following revelations that a firm working for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign harvested data on 50 million users,

Mayor welcomes Agha Khan to Houston


HOUSTON — Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner welcomed His Highness the Aga Khan to Houston on Saturday, March 18th, in commemoration of

Mayor Allen Owen Earns UH Public Official of the Year Award

On Friday, March 2, the University of Houston (UH) Master of Public Administration (MPA) Program recognized Mayor Allen

Brosnan says Indian company ‘cheated’ him over mouth freshener ads

Former 007 star Pierce Brosnan has told Indian authorities he was “cheated” by a company that employed him to promote its

Pakistan doing ‘bare minimum’ to help US: official

Pakistan is doing the “bare minimum” to squeeze the Taliban and terror groups, a senior US administration official said Friday, despite

US seeking ‘supplemental’ Iran deal with European powers

The US and European powers have had “very good” discussions towards agreeing a “supplemental” accord beyond the Iran nuclear deal by

Netanyahu would have to step down if indicted: minister

A senior Israeli minister has said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would have to resign if indicted on corruption charges or face