Trump calls rally crowd ‘patriots,’ a day after distancing himself from chant

The president stepped back from yesterday's claim that he was unhappy with the crowd's chant of "Send her back!" — a message nearly identical to one of his own tweets — and returned to criticizing Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.).

Trump administration planning changes to U.S. citizenship test

Officials gave few details about the changes to the test, which is required of everyone who applies to naturalize as a U.S. citizen. The exam was last revised in 2008.

Trump’s presidency may be making Latinos ill, studies suggest

The risk of premature birth has increased among Latina women since the 2016 election, according to a new study that used data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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The report from Iranian state TV gave no details, but according to operators of the British-registered Stena Impero, the ship was “approached” by small craft and a helicopter while in international waters at the mouth of the Persian Gulf.
An awkward exchange with Nobel laureate Nadia Murad was just one of several when the president met with survivors of religious persecution this week.
The former Trump associate, who pleaded not guilty, was a key witness in special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation.
What are drivers to do with obnoxious patrons? One option is to give them a low rating on the Uber app, but other riders worry that they’ve been pegged as Ridezillas without good cause.
Virgin Holidays is out of the business of bringing tourists to see marine mammals up close, following similar distancing moves by Expedia, TripAdvisor and Thomas Cook.
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As many as 4 million people have Web browser extensions that sell their every click. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
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These fish tacos channel the best beach vacation vibes

A citrus marinade and bright green avocado cream bring even more sunshine to this easy meal.
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