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Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren is proposing a $70 billion-per-year universal child-care program that would provide free care for up to 12 million children, her... [Read More]
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The gunman in the deadly shooting at an Illinois factory lied about his criminal record on an application for a firearm owner's ID card in... [Read More]
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California filed a lawsuit challenging President Trump's national-emergency declaration to pay for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, setting up a showdown between the administration... [Read More]
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The company's decision to scrap plans to build a campus in Queens could have ramifications for state Senate Democrats in Suffolk and Nassau counties. [Read More]
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As trade negotiations with China resume this week, the Trump administration is racing to strike a deal that will result in long-term reforms—and prove that... [Read More]
Tags: China - Trump - Resume
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New York City is seeking to put an end to policies that restrict or ban natural hair and hairstyles closely connected to racial, ethnic and... [Read More]
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A North Carolina elections official on Monday alleged voter fraud in the unresolved race for the state's Ninth Congressional District, accusing a contractor for Republican... [Read More]
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Chicago police are seeking to interview actor Jussie Smollett in coming days as they investigate whether he arranged the alleged racial attack he reported last... [Read More]
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President Jair Bolsonaro dismissed cabinet member Gustavo Bebianno amid allegations of campaign-finance fraud, a scandal that could complicate the administration's effort to revamp the struggling... [Read More]
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A suicide bombing in the heart of Egypt's capital killed two police officers late Monday, the third attack in four days on the country's security... [Read More]
Tags: Egypt - Monday - Suicide
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President Trump on Monday declared that the "twilight hour of socialism has arrived" in Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba, as he praised Latin Americans in exile... [Read More]
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The U.S. is considering opening a liaison office in North Korea, in what would be another potential step toward normalizing relations while the two sides... [Read More]
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The government of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, who faces growing pressure to step down, plans to organize a rival musical performance on the Colombian border... [Read More]
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The members of Italy's 5 Star Movement voted on Monday against letting the party's far-right ally Matteo Salvini stand trial for the alleged kidnap of... [Read More]
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Gerald Butts stepped down from his role as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's principal secretary as the fallout from a political storm focused on SNC-Lavalin continued... [Read More]
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Navient has received a buyout offer worth about $3.2 billion from a pair of investors that the student-loan servicer rejected as too low. [Read More]
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Two of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's most formidable opponents are in talks to form a united front, and face a deadline this week to... [Read More]
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The Kurdish commander leading the fight against Islamic State in Syria wants the U.S. to reconsider its decision to withdraw and instead leave a small... [Read More]
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The tennis legend says allowing transgender women in women's sports is 'cheating.'... [Read More]
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Socialism may not become America's dominant ideology, but it's likely to be around for a while. [Read More]
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