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An executive order gave the the attorney general broad authority to disclose classified intelligence.
Four British prime ministers have been evicted after tangling with the European Union. The next one might be forced to take a leap into a chaotic exit from the bloc, analysts say.
The Department of Justice officials feared the Espionage Act charges posed serious risks for First Amendment protections and had other concerns, according to people familiar with the matter.
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If fireworks aren’t removed from the list of tariffs, industry executives said, their businesses will not be able to absorb the costs. A final decision by the White House could come in late June, in the midst of the fireworks industry’s busiest period.
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The U.S. promoter in chief has avoided details about the historic succession of Emperor Naruhito and appeared most excited about his own role as he heads to Tokyo.
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Federal agents are investigating whether team employees have participated in or had knowledge of immigration fraud.
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Lawmakers appear poised to continue an eight-year trend, lurching from deadline to deadline, crisis to crisis, unable to tackle looming policy issues.
U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves ruled that the ban on abortions after six weeks of pregnancy won’t take effect while the lawsuit against it proceeds. The decision is similar to his 2018 ruling that declared a 15-week ban unconstitutional.
A growing science of conspiracism seeks to understand who these people are, why they embrace such ideas, and whether there is anything that can dislodge a really magnetic conspiracy theory from the mind of a true believer.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo notified lawmakers that the president would sidestep Congress to clear the arms sales, over bipartisan objections.
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While they consider the question of partisan gerrymandering, the justices put lower-court decisions finding those states’ maps unconstitutional on hold.
The chains tried — and failed — to court millennials, alienating their most loyal shoppers in the process.
The program trains young people for wildland fire fighting and other jobs in rural communities. Its demise will result in the largest layoff of civil servants since the military’s base realignment and closures of 2010 and 2011, personnel experts said.
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The crowds near the summit create dangerous situations for hikers, who are often already tired and carrying heavy loads while battling altitude sickness.
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The president previously endorsed making the system mandatory for all companies, but recently expressed reservations.
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The renowned art and celebrity photographer explores the concept of luxury beyond material goods.
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Pelosi videos manipulated to make her appear drunk are being shared on social media
Pelosi videos manipulated to make her appear drunk are being shared on social media
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How an anaconda in an all-female exhibit got pregnant and gave birth
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