Author archive for Elijah James Logan

  • Army to return remains of boy who died at Indian school

    Officials say the remains of a Northern Arapaho boy who died attending a government-run boarding school in Pennsylvania about 135…

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  • Judge spars with Justice Dept. lawyer on foreign favors suit

    Lawyers for Maryland and the District of Columbia accused President Donald Trump in federal court Monday of “profiting on an…

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  • Chicago Mayor looks to tiny homes to solve homelessness

    To solve Chicago’s affordable housing crisis, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is calling on developers to think small. The mayor is asking…

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  • Congressional Republicans oppose Blagojevich clemency

    The Republicans in Illinois’ congressional delegation are asking President Trump not to grant former Gov. Rod Blagojevich clemency. Trump has…

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  • At Trump-Kim summit, human rights is a back-burner issue

    President Donald Trump said it himself to Congress and the American people: “No regime has oppressed its own citizens more…

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  • Court ruling leaves Louisiana city with 1 ambulance provider

    An ambulance services dispute that divided authorities in one Louisiana city has ended with a ruling that leaves just one…

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  • Singapore Postcard: Summit adds value to North Korea’s coins

    Stamped with images of “Eternal President” Kim Il Sung, national monuments or even ballistic missiles, coins minted in North Korea…

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  • ‘I’m so happy’: Dennis Rodman weeps as Trump and Kim meet

    Former NBA star Dennis Rodman openly wept on television in a live interview from Singapore as President Donald Trump and…

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  • Asian shares mostly higher with all eyes on Trump-Kim summit

    Asian shares were mostly higher Tuesday but little changed as market players tried to digest the summit between President Donald…

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  • Vietnam passes cybersecurity law despite concerns

    Vietnamese legislators have passed a contentious cybersecurity law, which critics say will hurt the economy and further restrict freedom of…

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