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Trump pressed Ukrainian leader to investigate Biden’s son, people familiar with the matter say

A July 25 call with President Volodymyr Zelensky is at the center of a whistleblower complaint naming President Trump.
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Trump has been openly trying to leverage Ukraine to his political benefit for months

To that end, Rudolph W. Giuliani's odd CNN appearance may have been quite helpful to Trump — at least over the short term.

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.

Antonio Brown released by New England Patriots amid NFL investigation

The seven-time Pro Bowl selection has been accused of rape and sexual assault by one woman, claims he has denied, and of sending threatening text messages to another woman who had accused him of inappropriate conduct.
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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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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.
In the Middle East, where tension and war have led to a surge in sales of military hardware, American and Russian munitions companies often compete for the same clients.
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.
The suspensions — far more than the hundreds against which Facebook has taken action against in the past — occurred for a “variety of reasons,” the company said in a blog post.
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After the summer of “Old Town Road,” the “Hannah Montana” star and “Achy Breaky Heart” hitmaker can be held responsible for three major pop culture moments.
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Alaska Airlines and Allegiant had the best water quality scores of major airlines, while JetBlue and Spirit Airlines had the worst. Almost all regional airlines studied earned poor water health scores.
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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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More states are trying to protect black employees who want to wear natural hairstyles at work

It's still legal in most states to ban natural hair styles like braids or dreadlocks. But several state legislators -- and a coalition of civil rights groups -- are trying to change that
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Some people clap when the plane lands. Others think the celebration is the worst.
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