Trump officials reach deal to send asylum seekers to El Salvador

The deal between the two governments is the latest in a series of policies aimed at creating new layers to deter migrants from seeking protection in the United States.
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Why Ukraine as the focus of the complaint is particularly ominous

On the list of potential quid pro quos that would have been problematic for President Trump, one with Ukraine was among the worst.
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As fentanyl deaths soared, Congress failed to act despite dire warnings about the opioid

Nearly four years after legislators first received warnings about the dangers of the drug, more than 67,000 Americans had died from overdoses of fentanyl and other synthetic opioids.

Millions around the world strike for climate action

Young people from more than 150 countries are urging world leaders to aggressively combat climate change.
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California and 22 other states are challenging President Trump’s decision to revoke the most populous state’s right to set pollution limits on cars and light trucks.
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The comments come after the United States granted exemptions on more than 400 Chinese products and during mid-level trade talks between the two nations.
Last year, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin withdrew from the forum amid controversy over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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The new Apple upgrade rule: Why the iPhone 11 is — or isn’t — for you

How good is the iPhone 11 camera? We put it to the test, but still think the new rule of thumb is wait three years.
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