It’s not easy to be a spy. The job requires a unique set of skills, including mastery of a wide range of gadgets and devices. Visitors to the new Spyscape museum in New York have an opportunity to explore secret missions and see for themselves if they have what it takes to be a secret agent. Faiza Elmasry has this story narrated by Faith Lapidus.
Concerned about a “war by blunder,” Sam Nunn, the former U.S. senator from Georgia who chaired the Senate Armed Services Committee, says he favors “tightening the screws in sanctions” on North Korea, but the U.S. needs to communicate with the country at the same time. clear weapons. VOA Contributor Greta Van Susteren interviewed Nunn, who is co-chairman of the Nuclear Threat Initiative, on February 20, 2018.
Stricter enforcement of U.S. immigration law has created uncertainty for migrants who have been living in the United States for many years, despite having entered the country illegally. Mike O’Sullivan reports from Los Angeles that a widespread crackdown and recent workplace raids have prompted some to seek legal advice.
U.S. governors kicked off their winter meeting Saturday in Washington, an agenda focusing on trade and innovation. International cooperation was highlighted, with Australia’s prime minister delivering opening remarks and Ghana’s president scheduled to give the keynote address Sunday. From Washington, VOA’s Jill Craig has more.