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More than 20,000 winners of the U.S. visa lottery are anxiously awaiting a federal judge’s decision on whether their hopes of moving to the United States will remain alive. To date, the United States has issued only about a quarter of the 55,000 visas allotted each year to increase the country’s diversity. The government says

JIADONG, Taiwan (AP) — An F-16 screeched across the sky before landing on a highway cut through pineapple fields in southwestern Taiwan to refuel quickly and take off again. The Taiwanese military exercise Wednesday envisions a Chinese attack taking out the island’s main airfields, necessitating the use of rural roads as runways to carry on

A review of hundreds of pieces of legislation across the United States shows that Republican legislators in more than half of the states are taking away the powers state and local officials use to protect the public against infectious diseases. The review conducted by Kaiser Health News, or KHN, also found that in all 50

A review of hundreds of pieces of legislation across the United States shows that Republican legislators in more than half of the states are taking away the powers state and local officials use to protect the public against infectious diseases. The review conducted by Kaiser Health News, or KHN, also found that in all 50

TOKYO (AP) — Outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga is expected to travel to Washington next week to join three other leaders from the so-called Quad nations at an in-person summit of the grouping. The United States, Japan, Australia and India are promoting their “free and open Indo-Pacific” vision to form a security and economic

WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States and Mexico have restarted high-level economic talks after a four-year pause. Top advisers to presidents Joe Biden and Andrés Manuel López Obrador are expressing eagerness to make headway on issues important to both nations, including infrastructure, trade and migration. The talks were launched by Biden in 2013, when he