Washington is witnessing a moment of extreme friction between the White House and U.S. law enforcement rivaling that of the Watergate scandal of the 1970s. VOA's Michael Bowman reports, fallout continues from Friday's release of a Republican House committee memo alleging bias and improper procedures at the FBI - a document President Donald Trump says vindicates him, but Justice Department officials called misleading and damaging to national security.
On the eve of the Super Bowl, football fans from near and far have descended on host city Minneapolis, in the Midwestern U.S. state of Minnesota. They spent the night before the big game outside, in snow and below-freezing temperatures, celebrating at the biggest football party of the year. VOA's Brian Allen takes you there.
For a lot of people, there's nothing better than a piece of candy. Sweets go back to the ancient Egyptians, who ate honey with sesame seeds. In the United States, candy has a fascinating history that can be traced back centuries at the True Treats Historic Candy store in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. The shop sells an abundance of sweets that were popular during different time periods. VOA's Deborah Block shows us the unusual assortment, ranging from classic chocolate kisses to edible bugs.