The US has acknowledged that oil prices would jump once sanctions on Iran are implemented but says it will not tap into its own reserves to meet a likely supply gap and would instead wait for Russia and Saudi Arabia to increase their outputs.
US expects oil market stress once Iran bans return
A Maryland man was charged with multiple counts of murder on Friday, a day after police said he rampaged through a newsroom in Annapolis, Maryland with a shotgun and killed five people in one of the deadliest attacks on journalists in US history.
Suspect charged with five murders in shotgun attack on Maryland newsroom
Member states of the United Nations migration agency on Friday rejected President Donald Trump’s nominee for director general, repudiating historic American control of the organization.
UN migration agency rejects Trump nominee
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the US is squandering the resources of its own nation to push ahead with its policy of adventurism abroad and support “terror-sponsoring regimes,” stressing that the American people have had enough of “corruption” and “injustice” at home.
Zarif to Pompeo: US squanders its citizens’ resources
US forces in South Korea have opened their "biggest overseas base", just weeks after President Donald Trump said he wanted to bring the troops home.
US opens 'biggest overseas base' in South Korea amid North Korea talks
Three-quarters of Americans are falling far short when it comes to exercise, and the South and Midwest bear the dubious distinction of having the most couch potatoes, a new government report showed.
Just one in four Americans getting enough exercise
Spy chiefs of Israel and regional Arab countries have reportedly attended a secret summit hosted by the US president's senior advisor as Washington moves to conclude a controversial "peace" plan on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict without the consent of the Palestinian side.
Arab states’ intel heads, Mossad chief hold secret meeting: Report
Several people are dead after a shooting at a newspaper office in the US state of Maryland, according to reports.
Five dead in shooting at newspaper office in Maryland
US president Donald Trump has once again accused the European Union of taking advantage of America in trade, saying the era of “global freeloading” of the United States is over, escalating tensions between the Western allies.
Trump: Era of taking advantage of US in trade is over

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