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  • U.S. has no timeline for U.S. troop withdrawal from Syria: U.S official

    The United States has no timeline for the withdrawal of American troops from Syria but does not plan to stay indefinitely, a senior State Department official said on Friday.

  • France hands U.S. women first loss since 2017

    LE HAVRE, France — Kadidiatou Diani scored twice and France ended the U.S. national team’s 28-game unbeaten streak with a 3-1 victory Saturday. The top-ranked United States had not lost since falling 1-0 to Australia in 2017, the Americans were 25-0-3 over the span. Marie-Antoinette Katoto also scored for third-ranked France. It has won eight

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  • Shutdown stalls Trump’s plan to open U.S. waters to offshore oil drilling

    An ongoing partial government shutdown poised to enter its fourth week has seemingly stalled President Donald Trump’s controversial efforts to open virtually all U.S. waters to oil and gas drilling. Putting the brakes on a much-maligned offshore drilling plan has emerged as a self-defeating byproduct of the president’s shutdown over funding for a wall along the [

  • Jamal al-Badawi, U.S.S. Cole attack planner, killed in U.S. airstrike

    A key al Qaeda operative linked to the planning and execution of the deadly 2000 attack on the American warship U.S.S Cole was killed during a U.S. airstrike in Yemen, military officials confirmed Sunday. Jamal al-Badawi, a "legacy" al Qaeda member was killed while traveling through Marib governate by an