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Organizers believe the turnout against an extradition measure rivaled or exceeded that of a march last week that drew more than 1 million.
The protests underscore a growing rupture between Hong Kong’s government — heavily influenced by Beijing authorities — and its people.
Republican leaders have spent months cajoling President Trump in favor of a bipartisan plan that would fund the government and raise the limit on federal borrowing this fall, but their efforts have yet to produce a deal.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo continued to blame Iran for attacks on two tankers last week in the Gulf of Oman as Japanese officials sought more conclusive evidence.
The Saudi crown prince called on the international community to take a “decisive stance” against what he called Iranian expansionism.
Chief Justice John Roberts will play a pivotal role in two of the most politically consequential decisions in years.
The United States is blocking demands to set a global target to significantly reduce or phase out single-use plastics.
The president has previously joked about serving more than two terms as president, including at an event in April where he told a crowd that he might remain “at least for 10 or 14 years.”
After a deeply sad and entirely forgettable 2018-19 season, Los Angeles immediately revived its title hopes with the league-altering deal for Davis that should land like a cold splash of water to the face.
After a resident of a rapidly diversifying Atlanta suburb was charged with plotting to blow up the White House, neighbors worried for his mother.
The host of a tech summit felt the need to cut-and-paste two women into a group photo — but there’s a relatively smiple way to avoid such awkwardness in the future.
Tuesday’s 13-0 match against Thailand created a mixed reaction back home and abroad, with questions about whether the Americans celebrated with too much gusto in the latter stages of the rout.
The 35-year-old, in search of his first major championship, held a one-stroke lead heading into the final round of the U.S. Open on Father’s Day at Pebble Beach.
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