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America’s 3,000 bus companies make appeal for economic relief amid pandemic
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 is dying to reelect Trump
By Glenn C. Altschuler
Archeologist: Ancient Iranians most likely migrated to Americas
An archeologist and petroglyph researcher said that there is some fascinating evidence that shows ancient Iranian people have most probably migrated to the Americas.
How people lived in a part of North America known for extreme weather
Howard Pass, a rock-stubbled tundra plateau in the western Brooks Range, a mountain range in far northern North America, is one of the lowest points in the mountains that arc across northern Alaska.
New version of America's Russia hoax directed at Bernie Sanders: Scholar
US Democratic Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has shown her integrity by speaking out against the new version of a Russia hoax directed specifically at front-running Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, American scholar James Fetzer says.
America, the idea, is lost
By Charles M. Blow
Chicken from UK supermarkets, fast-food chains ‘fueling mass forest loss in South America’
The production of chicken to be sold in UK supermarkets, restaurants and fast-food chains is destroying wildlife-rich forests in South America, Greenpeace investigators claimed.
Analysis: America's main allies are abandoning Trump as his threats to world leaders backfire
President Donald Trump's decision to assassinate Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani has exposed a growing rift between the US and its historically closest allies in Europe.
‘American exceptionalism’ fades for now as US growth weakens
America’s days as pace-setter for the world economy may be coming to an end. With the International Monetary Fund releasing new forecasts, a rising number of economists are predicting that the US’s momentum will fall behind that of the rest of the world as global growth bottoms out and looks set to slowly pick up in 2020.
US House Speaker Pelosi says Trump's order to assassinate Soleimani has not made America safer
US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she does not believe the administration of President Donald Trump had made America safer by assassinating Iranian Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani, calling the US attack “provocative" and "disproportionate."
Hunger would grow in US under new Trump food stamp rules
The Trump administration’s new policy to strip 3.7 million people of their nutrition benefits will deepen the crisis of hunger in America with some states being deeply affected.
Biden: ‘I’m running to restore the soul of America’
Former US Vice President and leading 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says he is “running to restore the soul of America.”
John Boyega: I've met Americans who are ‘confused black people live in London’
The Star Wars actor, John Boyega, has opened up about the representation of black British culture on a global scale.

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