Made In Mexico, Popular On U.S. HighwaysSome of America's most popular cars and trucks are made in Mexico — for now.
Wall Goes Up Around U.S. In German Miniature World AttractionA wall has appeared around the United States - at a popular miniature world attraction in the German city of Hamburg.
IPhone Assembler Foxconn May Invest $7 Billion In US Display PlantFoxconn, a major assembler of iPhones and other electronics, may invest $7 billion in a plant for manufacturing display panels that would create as many as 50,000 jobs in the U.S.
UN Condemns Israeli Settlements As Obama Declines To VetoIn a striking rupture with past practice, the United States allowed the U.N. Security Council on Friday to condemn Israeli settlements in the West Bank and east Jerusalem as a "flagrant violation" of international law.
First US-Havana Flight Lands In Cuba As Island Mourns CastroThe first commercial flight from the United States to Havana in more than 50 years landed in Cuba,as the island begins memorial services for Fidel Castro.
1st Zika-Related Death In Continental US Reported In UtahUtah health officials say a person infected with Zika has died, and while the exact cause is unclear, it marks the first death related to the virus in the continental U.S.
Outage Knocks Out Twitter In Parts Of U.S., EuropeSome Twitter users had to do without early Tuesday after sporadic outages knocked the social media site offline in the U.S. and Europe.
KCBS In Depth: The Iran Nuclear AgreementElected officials in Washington and plenty who want to be elected are staking out positions on the nuclear dismantling...
The 6 Northern California Women Who Could Help Win A World Cup For The U.S.The biggest event for the most popular sport in the world is already underway, and the United States women are so far kicking some serious butt.
Where In The World Is Same-Sex Marriage Legal?As America awaits the Supreme Court decision on whether to make same-sex marriage the law of the land in the United States, here is a list of other countries around the world where it already is.
Brother Of Journalist With Marin Ties Pleads For Release; Trial On Espionage Charges Begins In IranThe espionage trail of a Washington Post journalist, who is jailed in Iran and has ties to Marin, is now underway. The man’s brother is in Washington to help lobby for his release.
East Bay Congressman Says Letting Patriot Act Expire This Month Would Be A MistakeUnless there’s an 11th-hour deal, portions of the Patriot Act is set to expire at the end of this month. East Bay Congressman Eric Swalwell is concerned about what that could mean for national security.

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