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North Korea reportedly assured Pompeo that release of 3 detainees could be joined with upcoming summit

By Matt Richardson

In his meeting earlier this month with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, CIA Director Mike Pompeo was assured that a planned summit between Kim and President Trump could be joined with the release of three detained U.S. citizens, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday night.

Natalie Portman to skip 'Jewish Nobel' ceremony, clarifies reason for decision

By Gregg Re

U.S. actress Natalie Portman, this year's recipient of a prize dubbed the "Jewish Nobel," has pulled out of the June awards ceremony in Israel because of extreme distress over recent events in the country, the Genesis Prize Foundation said.

Trump fires back on Twitter over Democrats' lawsuit

The president said the new lawsuit provides a golden opportunity to “counter” with "Wasserman Schultz” and “Pakistani mystery man” and “Clinton emails.”

Theft of $1.2M in fajitas results in 50-year prison sentence

By Amy Lieu

A former juvenile justice department employee from Texas was sentenced Friday to 50 years in prison after being convicted of stealing $1.2 million in fajitas with county funds.

Fresno State prof blasts farmers as 'stupid' Trump supporters in video rife with F-bombs

By Benjamin Brown

A video posted online this week includes profanity-laced clips from past interviews and speeches by embattled, Bush-bashing Fresno State professor Randa Jarrar, in which she says supporters of President Donald Trump are "just f---ing stupid."

4 clever ways to prevent spying and 1 way to spy

By Kim Komando

Cyber-security is much like driving a car: one accident can change everything, sending ripples of misfortune through every aspect of your life. Protecting your devices may seem excessive, even silly. Do you really need two-factor identification? Aren’t all those complicated passwords just a little annoying? Isn’t public Wi-Fi use acceptable in small doses?

European regulators tighten order for jet fan blade tests

The European Aviation Safety Agency has tightened a nearly month-old directive ordering inspections of some fan blades in engines like those used on a Southwest Airlines jet involved in a fatal accident.