NEW YORK/SEOUL - North Korea's foreign minister said President Trump had declared war on North Korea and that Pyongyang reserved the right to shoot down U.S. bombers even if they are not in its air space.
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Chelsea Manning says she was denied entry to Canada
Chelsea Manning was turned back at the Canadian-U.S. border because she was convicted of espionage for passing information to Wikileaks, the former U.S. intelligence analyst said on Monday.
Ex-U.S. Rep. Weiner sentenced to 21 months in teen 'sexting' case
Former U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner was sentenced to 21 months in prison on Monday for sending sexually explicit messages to a 15-year-old girl, setting off a scandal that played a role in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Top U.S. NAFTA negotiator sees no problem with pace of talks
The top U.S. negotiator at talks to modernize the NAFTA trade pact on Monday dismissed questions about why his team had so far failed to produce specific proposals on key issues, saying "I don't see a problem."
Fed policymakers clash on outlook for inflation
A debate within the Federal Reserve over the outlook for U.S. inflation burst into public view just days after a rate-setting meeting in Washington, with one central banker saying inflation weakness is fading and another suggesting he's nervous it won't.
Deloitte hacked, says 'very few' clients affected
Global accounting firm Deloitte [DLTE.UL] said on Monday it was the victim of a cyber attack that affected the data of a small number of clients, providing few details on the breach.
Senate conservatives propose tough restrictions on 'Dreamers'
Conservative Republicans in Congress on Monday unveiled their ideas for what should happen to so-called 'Dreamer' immigrants when an Obama-era program expires in March, touting tougher restrictions than those proposed by Democrats.
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