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KTLA NewsROSEMEAD (KTLA) -- A Rosemead man was convicted Wednesday on a conspiracy charge for attempting to arrange the smuggling of shoulder-fired, surface-to-air missiles from his homeland into the United States. Yi Qing Chen, 46, of Rosemead, was found...
Tags: Rosemead, Defense, Crimes, FBI, Unrest, Conflicts and War
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersTwo American television journalists today were convicted of a "grave crime" against North Korea and sentenced to 12 years of hard labor, a move that increased mounting tensions between the U.S. and the reclusive Asian state. Laura Ling and Euna Lee,...
Associated PressFormer U.S. President Bill Clinton is headed to North Korea to negotiate the freedom of two detained American journalists, news reports said Tuesday, nearly five months after they were seized on the China border. Clinton is on his way to Pyongyang, the...
Tags: Defense, Politics, California, Defense Equipment, White House
KTLA NewsSEOUL, South Korea – North Korea said Monday that it is open to new dialogue to defuse tensions over its nuclear weapons program in what appeared to be a call for direct talks with the United States. The statement from Pyongyang's Foreign Ministry...
Tags: Defense, Japan, Television, Pyongyang (North Korea), KTLA
Associated PressAnatoly Dobrynin, a longtime Soviet ambassador to the U.S. who represented Moscow during the Cuban missile crisis and later in superpower negotiations to curb the growth of nuclear arsenals, has died. He was 90. Dobrynin died Tuesday in Moscow, Russia'...
Tags: Defense, Moscow (Russia), Cuba, Politics, Diplomacy
The Swampby Mark Silva A nuclear weapons-armed North Korea poses a "grave threat" to the world, President Barack Obama said today, promising to end a long-running pattern of Pyongyang creating crises only to be rewarded with incentives for backing down. "This........
The Swampby Julian E. Barnes Reacting to reports that North Korea may be preparing to test-fire a missile toward Hawaii, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said today that he had concerns about such a launch and had ordered additional missile defense......
Tags: Hawaii, Defense, Robert Gates, Alaska, Unrest, Conflicts and War
The Swampby Mark Silva Bill Clinton didn't go to Pyongyang for nothing. For all the appearances of high-level negotiations over two jailed American journalists created by the surprise visit of the former president to North Korea and Clinton's meeting with leader.....
The Swampby John M. Glionna and Paul Richter and updated from Washington SEOUL -- Former President Bill Clinton arrived in North Korea today in a dramatic bid to negotiate the release of two American TV journalists sentenced to 12 years in......
California ConsumerCalifornia's spot gasoline market shrugged off refinery fires in Wilmington and Martinez late last week to move lower today. Retail prices around the state also fell for the second straight week as analysts were predicting a drop to about $2.75......
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The Write StuffÂ» Orlando Sentinel â€“ The Write StuffWHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE, N.M. (AP) â€” NASA engineers catapulted the new Orion crew capsule about a mile into the air Thursday morning as hundreds of people gathered to watch. The launch at White Sands Missile Range in the barren southern New Mexico...
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