International inspectors will be allowed into North Korea's dismantled nuclear testing site, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday, after a meeting with Kim Jong-un in which he said "significant progress" was made towards denuclearization.
Pompeo: Kim 'ready' to invite inspectors to nuclear site
Walmart Inc. (WMT.N) said on Monday it would partner with US movie studio Metro Goldwyn Mayer to create content for its video-on-demand service, Vudu, which the retailer bought eight years ago.
Walmart partners with MGM to boost video-on-demand service Vudu
Some members of the Democratic Party in the US Congress are drawing up plans to impeach Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who was recently appointed to the nation's top court despite facing multiple allegations of sexual assault.
Kavanaugh may be impeached by Democrats in Congress after midterms
An earthquake hit northern Haiti late on Saturday, killing at least 14 people and sparking an overnight scramble to help towns in the impoverished Caribbean country battered by the shockwave.
At least 14 killed as quake rocks northern Haiti
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo agreed to arrange a second summit between the two countries “as soon as possible,” South Korea’s presidential office said on Sunday.
Seoul: Pompeo, Kim agree to second summit 'as soon as possible'
Conservative US judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court Saturday by a razor-thin margin in the Senate, ending months of partisan rancor over his nomination.
Kavanaugh sworn in at US Supreme Court after divisive fight
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said he will coordinate closely with Japan during denuclearization talks with North Korea and promised to raise the issue of the abduction of Japanese citizens in his meetings in Pyongyang.
Pompeo pledges coordination with Japan in N Korea talks, to raise abduction issues
The United States has reportedly decided to provide Israel with more F-35 stealth fighter jets.
US to give more F-35 stealth fighter jets to Israel
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that he had ordered his ministers to stop receiving consulting services from US firm McKinsey, after the deal came under fire from the main opposition.
Erdogan tells ministers to stop using US firm McKinsey

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