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If all goes according to plan, this year could mark the first time since 2011 that U.S. astronauts will blast off to the International Space Station in an American-made spacecraft.
It’s been a long process to get to this point. Schedule delays have pushed back the first crewed tests of the new…
QUESTION: My neighbor, who’s a board member, recently handed me a copy of a solicitation letter from an HOA trade group given to him at a management conference.
The letter encourages managers responsible for drafting association operating budgets to include donations to the group as an “incidental”…
President Donald Trump’s plans for a tougher strategy against Iran have triggered a new diplomatic push by European officials to urge U.S. lawmakers to preserve the international deal limiting the country’s efforts to develop nuclear weapons.
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Several Southeast seaports that shut down ahead of Hurricane Irma say they will be able to reopen in the next 48 hours, allowing badly needed shipments of fuel, food and other goods to make their way into the region.
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North Korean military figures are putting the final touches on a plan to fire four missiles into the waters around the US-territory of Guam, to be presented to leader Kim Jong Un within days.
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As Moscow plans its biggest military exercise in years, its neighbor Finland is developing a subterranean city beneath Helsinki that forms a crucial line of defense for the capital.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe
Jaywalkers take heed: If you do it in parts of China, you could be in for the shaming of your life. Authorities have installed a new device called the “Electronic Police” at intersections in cities in four provinces. Not only does it detect when people are jaywalking, but it snaps…