Captain of Aircraft Carrier Pleads for Help as Virus Cases Increase Onboard
âWe are not at war,â the captain of the carrier Theodore Roosevelt wrote. âSailors do not need to die. If we do not act now, we are failing to properly take care of our most trusted asset â our sailors.â
Besides Iowa, These Are the States With Caucuses
Only a handful of states and territories will try to pick the Democratic nominee with similar practices as Iowa, where officials faced delays and problems reporting results.
House Ethics Committee Opens Investigation Into Guam Delegate
The committee said it was investigating allegations that Michael F. Q. San Nicolas, a Democrat, had a sexual relationship with a congressional staff member and broke campaign finance laws.
Europe Flags American Territories in âDirty Moneyâ List, Deepening Rift With U.S.
Four territories, including Puerto Rico, were added to a blacklist that will require European banks to increase scrutiny there, prompting a rebuke from the Trump administration.
Super Typhoon Mangkhut Heads Toward Philippines and China
The storm could expose as many as 43 million people to cyclone-strength winds over the next few days.
Putin Rejects Cutting Off Oil to North Korea
In a meeting with South Koreaâs leader, Vladimir V. Putin of Russia said an oil embargo would hurt the people of North Korea more than its leadership.
U.S. Urges Fuel Cutoff for North Korea, Saying Itâs âBegging for Warâ
Trump administration officials said a cutoff was a last best chance to resolve the standoff with the North using sanctions rather than military means.
After Missile Tests, North and South Korea Wage War of Pictures
South Korea appeared not to want to be outdone after North Koreaâs recent missile test, releasing footage of a missile that Seoul launched the previous week.
At Home and on Assignment in Guam
For most of the year that Nancy Borowick has lived in Guam, no assignments had come her way. North Korea changed all that.
For Asians Used to North Korean Threats, Guam Is Still a Getaway
The islandâs tourist trade has remained strong, aided by visitors from places like Japan and South Korea, where the threat from North Korea is old news.
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