Firefighters on land, in the air and on the water on Monday battled a blaze on a US Navy ship that injured at least 21 people and sent smoke billowing over San Diego.
Fire aboard US Navy ship in San Diego injures 21 people
A dad from Plymouth in Massachusetts, the US, has gone kayaking with his daughter for the first time after finally learning to swim.
Dad learns to swim for 'inspiring' kayaking daughter
A New Orleans zoo is preparing for a special new addition: A baby gorilla.
A critically endangered gorilla is about to be a mom, using a doll for practice
In two decades, William Torres built one of the largest private bus companies in the nation’s capital, ferrying millions of people to destinations within and outside the Washington region.
America’s 3,000 bus companies make appeal for economic relief amid pandemic
The Trump administration announced additional duties of 25% on French cosmetics, handbags and other imports valued at $1.3 billion in response to France’s digital services tax, but would hold off on implementing the move for up to 180 days.
US slaps French goods with 25% duties in digital tax row
The US federal budget deficit in June totaled $863 billion, the Congressional Budget Office estimated this week. That’s up from $8 billion in the same month last year and nearly matches the fiscal gap for all of fiscal year 2019, which was $984 billion.
US deficit soared to $863b in June
Elon Musk is now richer than Warren Buffett. The fortune of Tesla Inc.’s chief executive officer rose $6.1 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, after the carmaker’s stock surged 11 percent.
Elon Musk soars past Warren Buffett on billionaires ranking
China said Friday it will retaliate against US officials and institutions following Washington’s imposition of sanctions on three local officials of the ruling Communist Party over what Washington claims human rights abuses in the northwestern region of Xinjiang.
China vows retaliation against US sanctions over Xinjiang
Iran dismissed the recent US allegations that American and “partner” forces have seized a vessel taking “Iranian weapons” to Yemen as continuation of Washington’s policy of leveling accusations and hatemongering against Tehran, which this time seeks to prolong a UN arms embargo against the Islamic Republic.
Iran: Lying, accusations major elements of US foreign policy
Kim Yo-jong, the sister of North Korea’s leader, said another summit with the US would only be useful for Washington at this point, adding her country had no intention of “threatening the US,” according to state media.
North Korean leader's sister says another summit with US unlikely

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