North Korea has much to consider — when, and if, talks resumeNorth Korea is not ready to talk, but its frustration with Biden is not Pyongyang’s final word on the nuclear process. Washington Post says US secretly obtained reporters' recordsWASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump Justice Department secretly seized the phone records of three Washington Post reporters who covered the federal investigation into ties between Russia and Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, the newspaper said Friday.. Trump launches new 'communications' platformThe former president releases new website after social media ban earlier this year. Facebook board's Trump decision could have wider impactsOn Wednesday, former President Donald Trump will know his fate on the world’s biggest social platform, Facebook FBI raid exposes Giuliani and signals widening criminal search, experts sayHigh-profile nature of search highlights inquiry’s seriousness and suggests officials may have new Ukraine-related leads to follow As California’s gubernatorial recall heats up, a GOP challenger brought a 1,000-pound bear on the trailRepublican candidate John Cox brought a bear named Tag on his campaign tour in a bid to unseat Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) in a recall election. In Another Reversal, Biden Raises Limit on Number of Refugees Allowed Into the U.S.The action comes about two weeks after President Biden announced that he was leaving the Trump administration’s limit of 15,000 refugees in place, prompting a swift backlash. Joe Biden, the Reverse Ronald ReaganFour decades later, another elder statesman seeks to transform Americans’ ideas about the size of government. Facebook board upholds Trump suspensionTrump has also been permanently banned from Twitter. Biden, GOP set to find out if US wants activist governmentPresident Biden and Republicans are making the same bet as they gear up for a months-long spending fight: Americans will agree with them about the government’s role post-pandemic.