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Trump again signals a retreat on gun control, reverting to remarks that mirror NRA views

After two recent mass shootings, President Trump said “there is a great appetite” for tightening background checks. But advisers warned him there is little support for action on gun control, and the president has shifted his focus to mental illness.

Twitter, Facebook say China used fake accounts to sow discord in Hong Kong

The social media giants said they were taking action against what Twitter called a “significant state-backed information operation” related to the protests.
Pranay Perumalla and Amrutha Varshini before their wedding reception. (Moment Makers Photography)
Pranay Perumalla and Amrutha Varshini before their wedding reception. (Moment Makers Photography)

A young Indian couple married for love. Then the bride’s father hired assassins.

India is changing — but not fast enough for couples like Pranay Perumalla and Amrutha Varshini, whose marriage defied the caste system, an age-old social order that is still pervasive.
Abigail Spanberger, a moderate Democrat from the Richmond suburbs, realized that sometimes, your foes are inside your own party
The two congresswomen used a rare news conference during congressional recess to try to highlight the situation facing Palestinians under Israeli policies. 
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At the world championships, fans compete in video games, hold stuffed Pikachus for good luck — and even propose marriage.
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After President Trump’s election, many began to think about racial justice more seriously.
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While watching TV, President Trump is introduced to a new theory about the 2016 vote. It requires a lot of skepticism.
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Angela: A symbol of slavery — and survival

The arrival 400 years ago of the first African woman documented in Va. marked the start of a subjugation that left millions in chains.
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The Bible was used to justify slavery. Africans made it a path to freedom.

Large numbers of African Americans adopted Christianity and quickly remade it their own.
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Freedom and slavery, the ‘central paradox of American history’

Shortly after colonists established laws on how to govern, they created laws on how to enslave.
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White House downplays recession fears
White House downplays recession fears
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Not everyone on Miyako island is a fan of Japan's new military base
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The vaccine fight: A mother’s battle to protect her daughter in California
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