Earthquake of 6.4 magnitude strikes off Guam: USGS

Earthquake of 6.4 magnitude strikes off Guam: USGS(Reuters) - A 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck off the U.S. territory of Guam on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.



Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh's accuser tentatively agrees to testify on Thursday: media

Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh's accuser tentatively agrees to testify on Thursday: mediaThe agreement is in the works for California professor Christine Blasey Ford to possibly testify on Thursday, but details have yet to be finalized, CNN and other media reported late on Saturday. The report said that her lawyers will talk again on Sunday with Senate officials. U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley had set a Saturday afternoon deadline for Ford, who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual assaulting her at a high school party 36 years ago, to decide whether and how she will testify.



Not all in the family - Arizona lawmaker's siblings back opponent

Not all in the family - Arizona lawmaker's siblings back opponentIn videos scheduled to begin airing on Arizona cable television on Sunday, the four-term conservative was peppered with rebukes from three brothers and three sisters, who urged voters to elect Democrat David Brill. "We've got to stand up for our good name.



Trump lawyer Giuliani says Iran's government will be overthrown

Trump lawyer Giuliani says Iran's government will be overthrownRudy Giuliani said that U.S. sanctions on Iran are leading to economic pain that could lead to a "successful revolution."



Trump administration moves to restrict immigrants who use public benefits

Trump administration moves to restrict immigrants who use public benefitsU.S. immigration law has long required officials to exclude a person likely to become a "public charge" from permanent residence. The Trump administration's proposal is a sharp departure from current guidelines, which have been in place since 1999 and specifically bar authorities from considering such non-cash benefits in deciding a person's eligibility to immigrate to the United States or stay in the country. The changes would apply to those seeking visas or legal permanent residency but not people applying for U.S. citizenship.







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