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Overlooked in the past, Filipinos have rapidly become Nevada's largest Asian-American community – almost 200,000 by some estimates, in a state of 3 million people – forcing candidates to take notice
Huawei says it is disappointed with the ruling and would 'continue to consider further legal options'
Bankruptcy proceedings will help the Boy Scouts to 'equitably compensate' victims through the establishment of a victims' compensation trust and allow the organization to continue at a local level
Washington is pressing allies to ban Huawei, one of the world's largest tech firms, from next-generation 5G mobile data networks, saying it is a security risk.
After consultation with The Department of Health and Human Services, the State Department decides to allow them onboard, but isolates them from the other passengers
Rising interest in electronic voting heightens concerns among security experts who fear these systems are vulnerable to hacking and manipulation that could undermine confidence in election results
A preliminary injunction requested by Amazon is issued by Judge Patricia Campbell-Smith, barring the Department of Defense from starting work on the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure program
A US indictment unsealed in New York alleges Huawei and its proxies conspired 'to misappropriate intellectual property' from 6 US firms as part of a strategy to grow and become the world's largest telecom equipment maker
Crypto AG was secretly owned by the US Central Intelligence Agency together with Germany's BND Federal Intelligence Service, reports say
(UPDATED) Beijing firmly rejects the claims, saying it is a 'staunch defender of cybersecurity'
The biennial National Counterintelligence Strategy singles out anti-secrecy organizations, independent hackers, and Islamic extremist groups as espionage threats requiring close attention
Senators say they should first review the ramifications of withdrawing from the agreement that allows for the presence of US military troops in the Philippines
(UPDATED) The hackers stole 'the sensitive personal information of nearly half of all American citizens,' says Attorney General Bill Barr
'By firing Lieutenant Colonel Vindman and Ambassador Sondland like this, the Trump Administration signaled it won't tolerate people who tell the truth,' Democratic Senator Jack Reed says
Buttigieg and Sanders finished atop the pack earlier this week in Iowa's chaotic caucuses, and both hope to renew the performance Tuesday in New Hampshire
Data released by the Sanders campaign, which says it represents results from nearly 40% of precincts in Iowa, shows Bernie Sanders garnering 28.62% of the vote, followed by moderate Pete Buttigieg at 25.71%.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets top officials in Kazakhstan as he rounds off a 5-nation tour in two countries where Russia and China enjoy privileged interests
The settlement in the US could have wide-ranging implications for Facebook and other tech firms using facial recognition technology, and highlights the potential for state laws to force changes in privacy practices
The Office of Management and Budget 'has redacted portions of 24 documents pursuant to the Presidential Communications Privilege,' OMB deputy general counsel Heather Walsh says in a court filing
Restrictions will be imposed on American citizens, with those returning from China's Hubei province placed in facilities for mandatory 14-day quarantines, says Health Secretary Alex Azar
As Donald Trump's impeachment trial is on hold until February 5, democratic candidates enjoy a final 72 hours of campaigning before the Iowa caucuses
Trump gives the green light to a new generation of 'non-persistent' landmines that can be switched off or destroyed remotely rather than staying active in the ground forever
Republican senators say a vote for Donald Trump's acquittal is expected on Wednesday afternoon, February 5
'All the sequences we've extracted are similar to the one that China initially posted a couple of weeks ago,' says Nancy Messonnier of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Riyadh rejects the allegations, its embassy in Washington branding them 'absurd'
Borneo officials dispute claims the arrest may have been linked to Philip Jacobson's involvement in sensitive stories about Indonesia's myriad environmental and corruption woes
'The European Union is tougher to deal with than anybody. They've taken advantage of our country for many years.' US President Donald Trump says
Apple and the US government are at loggerheads for the second time in 4 years over unlocking iPhones connected to a mass shooting, reviving debate over law enforcement access to encrypted devices
The documents released by the National Security Archive at George Washington University offer the most detailed look at 'Operation Glowing Symphony,' the first offensive hacking operation acknowledged by the Pentagon
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire says, 'Macron and Trump had a very constructive discussion... and they agreed to avoid all escalation between the US and France on this digital tax issue'
The 100 members of the Senate will decide if Trump abused his office and obstructed Congress as charged in the two articles of impeachment approved last month by the House of Representatives
Lana Sue Clayton is accused of poisoning her husband by lacing his drinking water with eye drops between July 19 and 21, 2018
'There are possibilities available, we are working with (US Treasury Secretary) Steven Mnuchin. I made several proposals to him,' French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire says
'He was aware of all my movements. I wouldn't do anything without the consent of Rudy Giuliani or the president,' Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani, says
The US and South Korea are in a security alliance and Washington stations 28,500 troops in South Korea to defend it from the nuclear-armed North
'We will transmit those articles & name impeachment managers. The Senate must choose between the Constitution & a cover-up,' House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says
The move is a sign of easing tensions between the two economic powers after nearly two years of conflict
Attorney General Bill Barr says evidence shows the shooter was 'motivated by jihadist ideology'
Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, who was originally detained on a US warrant in late 2018, faces an extradition hearing in Vancouver that begins on January 20
Governor Greg Abbott tells the State Department that Texas has to dedicate its resources 'to those who are already here, including refugees, migrants and the homeless – indeed, all Texans'
The sanctions are the latest salvo in a US-Iranian confrontation that risked sliding into war a week ago with the deadly US drone attack on general Qasem Soleimani
The signing will cap a nearly two-year spat that threatened to throttle the global economy
'Iraq will remain a zone of conflict,' says Randa Slim of the Washington based Middle East Institute
Steve Kerr voices out his concern in the wake of the US strike in Baghdad that killed Iranian general Qasem Soleimani
(UPDATED) The new strike targets a convoy belonging to the Hashed al-Shaabi, an Iraqi paramilitary network whose Shiite-majority factions have close ties to Iran
Analysts say the killing of Qasem Soleimani was no small decision
Long lines welcome the opening of the new Jollibee stores in Chandler, Arizona; and in Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada
A statement from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) identifies the person only as 'a 40-year-old native of Angola and citizen of France'
Officials say the new rule would help identify potential threats, and presumably enable security officials to act against them
The court exonerates two top aides to Saudi Arabia's powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, whom the US Senate considers responsible for Khashoggi's murder