North Korean workers prepare seafood going to US stores

HUNCHUN, China (AP) — Americans buying seafood for dinner may inadvertently have subsidized the North Korean government as it builds its nuclear weapons program, an Associated Press investigation has found. Their purchases may also have supported forced labor.

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North Korean workers prepare seafood going to US stores

Irma: Four killed by hurricane in British Virgin Islands, officials say

Four people have been killed by Hurricane Irma in the British Virgin Islands, officials have said. The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency confirmed the deaths in a statement on Friday but gave no further details. The British government has been coordinating relief efforts to the cluster of islands near Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.

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Sinead O'Connor details abuse by her mother on 'Dr. Phil': 'She ran a torture chamber'

A bombshell interview between Dr. Phil and Sinead O'Connor is shedding light on the singer's lifelong battles with depression, suicide attempts and other severe mental issues that led to her online breakdown earlier this year.

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Martin Shkreli: jury to consider fate of 'most hated man in America'

A jury will begin deliberations on Monday in the trial on securities fraud charges against the entrepreneur Martin Shkreli, who faces up to 20 years in prison. As arguments wrapped up in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, Shkreli, known to many as “the most hated man in Americaâ€�, was accused by government prosecutors of telling “lies upon liesâ€� to investors and regarding himself as “above the lawâ€�. In terminology …

Russian official threatens retaliation over U.S. sanctions

By Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A top Russian diplomat on Sunday lambasted the United States Congress for voting to sanction Russia, and warned of retaliation by Moscow. Speaking on ABC’s “This Week,” Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov referred to a bill passed by Congress on Thursday to sanction his country as “weird and unacceptable,” and said it was “the last straw.” “If the U.S. side decides to …