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151. Developer of Heimlich Technique to Avert Choking Dead at 96
December 17, 2016

The American surgeon credited with developing the lifesaving Heimlich maneuver for choking victims has died. Family members said Henry Heimlich died early Saturday at a hospital in Cincinnati after suffering a heart attack days earlier. He was 96. The son of a social worker in New York state, Heimlich in 1974 was director of surgery at Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati, where he developed the emergency treatment that bears his name. It is used to help people who are incapacitated when...... (read more)

152. VP Biden to Speak at John Glenn Funeral
December 17, 2016

Vice President Joe Biden is slated to speak Saturday at the funeral of former astronaut and U.S. Senator John Glenn. The memorial service will take place in Glenn’s home state of Ohio, on the campus of Ohio State University. Biden will be one of several prominent speakers at the funeral, which will include NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and retired Marine Gen. Jack Dailey. John Glenn is remembered as a space hero in the United States after he became the first American to orbit the...... (read more)

153. American Accused in Massive Wall Street Cybertheft Deported, Faces US Charges
December 16, 2016

An American man whom U.S. prosecutors have accused of organizing the largest known cyberattack on Wall Street was arrested and appeared in U.S. court this week after being deported from Russia to the United States. Lawyers for Joshua Aaron, 32, confirmed that he arrived in New York around midday Wednesday aboard a commercial flight from Moscow. He made his first U.S. federal court appearance Thursday, where he pleaded not guilty to charges of orchestrating the hack. U.S. prosecutors...... (read more)

154. Glenn Lies in Repose at Ohio Capitol for Public Goodbye
December 16, 2016

John Glenn's home state and the nation began saying goodbye to the beloved astronaut Friday, starting with a public viewing of his flag-draped casket inside Ohio's Statehouse rotunda. Politicians, including Secretary of State John Kerry, and citizens from across the country paid their respects to the first American to orbit Earth, as a somber Marine honor guard kept watch. The normally festive holiday decor was bedecked with black buntings, and the windows were covered in...... (read more)

155. Mexico Braces for Fresh Flood of Central American Asylum Seekers
December 16, 2016

Mexico expects a sharp increase in people seeking asylum from Central America next year, fleeing gang warfare and poverty in their home countries, a senior official said on Thursday. There has been a steady surge of Central Americans applying for asylum in Mexico since 2015. Cinthia Perez, a director of Mexico's refugee agency COMAR, said in an interview that she is receiving about 9 percent more applications each month. There were 3,424 asylum applications in 2015, and she...... (read more)

156. Trump Picks Israel Ambassador, Eyes Embassy in Jerusalem
December 16, 2016

President-elect Donald Trump announced Thursday that he will nominate attorney David Friedman as U.S. ambassador to Israel, selecting an envoy who supports Israeli settlements and other changes to U.S. policies in the region. Friedman said he looked forward to carrying out his duties from “the U.S. embassy in Israel’s eternal capital, Jerusalem,” even though the embassy is in Tel Aviv. Trump, like some of his predecessors, has vowed to move the American embassy to Jerusalem, a politically...... (read more)

157. A Mission Where Failure is not an Option
December 16, 2016

One of the hallmarks of American democracy is a peaceful transition of power from an outgoing president to his successor. Years of planning guide the task of transforming the District of Columbia. Military leaders plan for the big day with a giant map at the DC Armory. Arash Arabasadi reports.... (read more)

158. Confusing US Electoral Process Continues to Raise Questions
December 16, 2016

American voters had their say more than a month ago. But in terms of the U.S. Constitution, the president is still to be chosen. That is because of a system dreamed up by the founders of the United States, who never trusted the public to make a wise decision. VOA's Carolyn Presutti explains.... (read more)

159. Khmer Class Helps Cambodian-Americans Get in Touch With Roots
December 16, 2016

Refugees from the genocide in Cambodia lost their country when they fled the Khmer Rouge regime 40 years ago. Now settled in the U.S., many Cambodian-Americans are afraid of also losing their culture. “When I was growing up I had the same questions of identity that most immigrant children have: ‘Who am I? What am I? Am I Cambodian? Am I American? What am I?’” asked Nielson Sophann Hul, who left Cambodia when he was a baby. The answer to these questions of identity for Hul was learning...... (read more)

160. Satire on US Late Night TV Takes Aim at Politicians
December 14, 2016

While people can be imprisoned or even put to death for political satire in some countries, it is protected in the U.S. by the First Amendment to the Constitution. In recent years, political satire has been prominent on late-night television shows with jokes targeting politicians, including American presidents. VOA's Deborah Block has more.... (read more)

161. Ferguson Reforms Move Forward After Federal Lawsuit Settlement
December 14, 2016

It's been more than two years since Ferguson, Missouri, was rocked by violence after a white police officer killed African-American Michael Brown. While the officer was cleared of any wrongdoing, the case led to a federal investigation that uncovered racial bias within the city's police department. VOA's Chris Simkins reports from Ferguson on the progress the city has made since the unrest.... (read more)

162. Obama: It's 'Just the Beginning' for My Brother's Keeper Program
December 14, 2016

Hosting a daylong summit for the My Brother's Keeper program, President Barack Obama on Wednesday urged more people to become mentors and said that's what he would do after leaving office next month. In a bid to break down barriers, the nation's first African-American president launched My Brother's Keeper in 2014 to help narrow the opportunity gap for boys and young men of color, including through increasing high school graduation and employment rates. Obama, hosting...... (read more)

163. US Study: Birth Defects Seen in 6 Percent of Zika Pregnancies
December 14, 2016

Roughly six percent of women in the United States who were infected with the Zika virus during pregnancy had fetuses or babies with birth defects, U.S. researchers reported on Wednesday. Of the 442 women in a U.S. Zika registry who had completed their pregnancies, 26 of their babies had one or more birth defect thought to be linked with Zika infection during pregnancy, according to the study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. A total of 18 of the fetuses or...... (read more)

164. Suspended Venezuela Tries to Crash S. American Trade Bloc Talks
December 14, 2016

Venezuela's Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez failed to get into a meeting of the Mercosur trade bloc on Wednesday after threatening to enter through the window if necessary, despite her country being thrown out of the group this month. The meeting, at Argentina's foreign ministry in Buenos Aires, also grouped fellow South American nations Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia and Paraguay. "If they close the door to us we will, as our president [Nicolas] Maduro has said, go through the...... (read more)

165. Former CIA Director, British Premier Say Trump Needs Spy Data
December 14, 2016

A former CIA director and a former British prime minister offered simple advice on Wednesday for U.S. President-elect Donald Trump: Have daily intelligence briefings.   Both Leon Panetta, a former American spymaster and defense secretary, and Britain's former Prime Minister David Cameron emphasized the point after Trump suggested he didn't need them.   "I have never seen a president who has said, 'I don't want that stuff.' Never seen it,'...... (read more)

166. American Community of Somali Expatriates Unites Against Violence
December 14, 2016

In the weeks since a student at Ohio State University attack a group of people, the community has struggled to understand what drove the refugee from Somalia, who came to the U.S. with his family in 2014, to such violence. Nowhere has that been felt more than the Muslim community of Columbus, Ohio, where people are working hard to distance their faith from a lone-wolf attacker. Arash Arabasadi reports.... (read more)

167. Increased Anxiety Seen Among LGBT Youth Since Presidential Election
December 13, 2016

Giovanni Guerrero says he has been "staying in more and more lately." The third-year aerospace engineering student at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo is both a member of the LGBT community and Mexican-American, and he feels especially vulnerable after a highly divisive election campaign that was accompanied by a rise in various types of hate crimes. "I mean, [living] in California is a lot safer and I'm grateful for that … [but] anti-LGBT...... (read more)

168. Drug, Alcohol Use Falls Among US Teens
December 13, 2016

American teenagers are using fewer forbidden drugs and less alcohol, according to a newly released survey. The results of the survey “show a continued long-term decline in the use of many illicit substances, including marijuana, alcohol, and tobacco, and misuse of some prescription medications, among the nation’s teens,” according to a news release. The 2016 Monitoring the Future annual survey is funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, part of the National Institutes of Health,...... (read more)

169. Polar Bear Numbers Seen Declining A Third From Arctic Sea Ice Melt
December 13, 2016

Rising temperatures that melt sea ice in the Arctic will probably reduce the polar bear population by a third over the next few decades, and the same warming trend is likely to worsen the decline of wild reindeer, scientists said on Monday. The new findings by university and government researchers were presented as part of a panel discussion about climate impacts on wildlife during a meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco. The presentation was streamed live on the...... (read more)

170. North American Beard Alliances Launches Online Platform for Beard Enthusiasts
December 12, 2016

Minneapolis, Minnesota - The North American Beard Alliance launched its blog and website today, offering an exclusive platform and online community for men who want to grow longer, fuller and more healthy beards. The features reviews of beard-related products, articles about growing and maintaining one’s beard as well as instructive videos by hair styling professionals. “A beard is like a plant. You can enable it to grow and become fuller with some basic care and grooming,” said Pat Mueller, founder of the site and it’s “Chief Beard Grower.” He added, “Follow what we say on the site – th... (read more)

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171. Trump Taps Goldman Sachs Executive Cohn for Key Economic Post
December 12, 2016

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Monday said he would appoint Goldman Sachs Group President and Chief Operating Officer Gary Cohn to head the White House National Economic Council, a group that coordinates economic policy across agencies. "As my top economic adviser, Gary Cohn is going to put his talents as a highly successful businessman to work for the American people," Trump said in a statement. Cohn will follow former senior Goldman executives Robert Rubin and Stephen...... (read more)

172. Hendrix, Prince Guitars Expected to Make Noise at Auction
December 12, 2016

A guitar owned by American rocker Jimi Hendrix is expected to fetch more than 80,000 pounds ($101,000) when it goes under the hammer in London on Thursday as part of the annual entertainment sale by British auction house Bonhams. "Purple Haze" singer Hendrix, who died in 1970 aged 27, is said to have owned the Epiphone acoustic guitar for three years after purchasing it second-hand for $25 in New York City while on tour in 1967, Bonhams said. "It was actually the guitar...... (read more)

173. John Glenn's Casket to be Escorted from Capitol to Ohio St.
December 12, 2016

A platoon of Marines will escort John Glenn's casket from Ohio's capital building to his memorial service at Ohio State University.   On Friday, the first American to orbit Earth will lie in state in the Ohio Statehouse Rotunda during an eight-hour public event.   The processional will begin at 12:30 p.m. Saturday.   The former combat pilot, astronaut and U.S. senator died Thursday at 95. IN PICTURES: John Glenn The Capitol Square Review and Advisory...... (read more)

174. Despite Anti-Refugee Rhetoric, US Resettlement Moving Ahead
December 12, 2016

Despite President-elect Donald Trump's controversial comments made during the presidential campaign about barring Syrian refugees from entering the United States, refugee organizations are moving full speed ahead to resettle Syrian families before he takes office. Rutland, Vermont will be one of the first American cities to receive Syrian refugees in the new year. Jeff Swicord reports from Rutland.... (read more)

175. Trump Again Dismisses Russian Hacking Charge
December 11, 2016

President-elect Donald Trump is rejecting U.S. intelligence agencies’ conclusions that Russia attempted to influence last month’s presidential election by hacking American political entities and selectively releasing the data obtained. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports from Washington, where there are growing questions about the relationship the next commander in chief will have with the nation’s intelligence community.... (read more)

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