Monday’s Trump-Clinton Debate Could be Defining Moment in Presidential Campaign

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It could be the defining moment of the 2016 campaign. Monday’s first presidential debate between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump may draw, by some estimates, 100 million viewers, who will be able to take the measure of
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Clinton Wins New Jersey, Sanders North Dakota as Trump Lashes Out

VOA Ken Schwartz As former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton got her first win in Tuesday's primaries, in the New Jersey, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump accused her of "selling access" to the State Department when she was secretary. The sharp-tongued Trump said Clinton and her husband, former (more...)

Libertarian Intrudes in US Presidential Race

VOA Ken Bredemeier A previously little-noticed U.S. political figure, Libertarian Gary Johnson, again won his party's presidential nomination Sunday, drawing new attention to his candidacy at a moment when majorities of Americans have unfavorable opinions about the major party front-runners, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton. Recent polls (more...)

Rolling Thunder Tribute to US Military Turns into a Trump Rally

VOA Ken Bredemeier The Rolling Thunder caravan of motorcycles rolled into Washington Sunday, to support the U.S. military on the country's Memorial Day weekend, but it turned into a political rally for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, real estate titan Donald Trump. As thousands of motorcyclists cheered (more...)

State Department: Kerry ‘Alarmed’ by Russian Flyover Near a US Warship

VOA News U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says he was alarmed at a video of Russian war planes flying dangerously close to a U.S. warship and will raise the matter

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Russian Jets Fly Near US Destroyer in Baltic Sea

VOA News Several Russian military aircraft flew a series of simulated attack passes near a U.S. destroyer in the Baltic Sea over the course of two days this week, a U.S. defense official said. The first of the two incidents, which the U.S. official

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Explosions Rock Brussels Airport, Metro

VOA Lisa Bryant Three explosions rocked Brussels Tuesday morning - two at the airport and one http://genericcialis-rxotc.com/ at a metro station in the heart of the Belgian capital, with local media reporting at least 26 people dead and 130 injured. "This (more...)

Russia Expected to Find Ukrainian Pilot Guilty in Journalists’ Killings

VOA News A Russian court is expected to find a Ukrainian pilot guilty in the 2014 killing of two Russian journalists in war-torn Ukraine. The trial of Nadiya Savchenko has been internationally condemned as a political sham. She is set to be sentenced Tuesday after the court hands down its (more...)

‘We’re Not Giving Up on Crimea,’ US Defense Official Says

VOA Carla Babb Nearly two years after Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the territory remains under Russian control, and in the eastern part of Ukraine there has been an uptick in the fighting. VOA Pentagon correspondent Carla Babb discussed the issue with Michael Carpenter, deputy assistant secretary of defense with responsibilities for (more...)

Trump, Clinton Inch Closer to Presidential Nominations

​VOA William Gallo Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton moved closer toward securing their parties’ presidential nominations Tuesday, easily winning a series of crucial votes that further clarified the direction of what has been an unlikely primary election campaign. By winning the delegate-rich states of Florida, Ohio, Illinois and North Carolina, ex-Secretary of State (more...)

Putin Orders Withdrawal of Russian Forces from Syria

VOA Jonas Bernstein Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the withdrawal of Russian forces from Syria, as new U.N.-mediated peace talks on Syria began in Geneva. Russian state media quoted Putin Monday as telling Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that the tasks assigned to the defense ministry in (more...)

Clinton, Trump Win Big on Super Tuesday

VOA News Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump have strengthened their grips on their parties' presidential nominations, racking up wins in key states on Super Tuesday, the primary season's most important day of voting. Former Secretary of State Clinton won Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, Virginia, Texas and Massachusetts. Her rival, the (more...)

Britain Under Pressure to Punish Putin Over Litvinenko Poisoning

VOA Luis Ramirez Calls grew Friday for the government of British Prime Minister David Cameron to penalize Russia following the release Thursday of the results of a public inquiry on the 2006 murder of dissident Alexander Litvinenko. The exiled former Russian spy died after meeting two Russian agents at a London hotel and (more...)

‘Optimistic’ Obama to Highlight Vision for US in State of Union

VOA Aru Pande For the seventh and final time of his presidency, Barack Obama will stand before Congress and the American public to lay out his vision not only for his remaining months in office, but for the future of the United States. “Not just the remarkable progress we have made, not just (more...)

Kerry to Focus on Syria, Ukraine During Russia Trip

VOA Pamela Dockins U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will use a visit to Russia to frame the next meeting of the International Syria Support Group, which is expected to take place Friday in New York, a senior State Department official said. The official said Kerry also will discuss efforts to get full (more...)

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