Sen. Gardner Backs Trump's Decision To Cancel North Korea Talks Rachel Martin asks Republican Sen. Cory Gardner of Colorado, who serves on the foreign relations committee, if we are back at square one when it comes to stopping North Korea's nuclear program.
Oregon Couple Unplugs Alexa After Private Conversation Is Recorded The couple tells KIRO-TV that they had a private conversation. Their Amazon Echo recorded it, and then sent the audio to someone on their contact list. Amazon says this is extremely rare.
France's Macron Travels To St. Petersburg For Talks With Putin President Macron is trying his charm offensive with the Russian leader. Macron attends an economic conference in St Petersburg Friday that Putin uses to showcase Russia's development under his rule.
Mullen Worries Failed Talks With North Korea Could Lead To War Rachel Martin talks to ex-Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mike Mullen, who worries a failed North Korea summit could lead President Trump to take military action and that could escalate to nuclear war.
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