The move is aimed at increasing pressure on Pyongyang over its nuclear weapons program and comes a decade after the George W. Bush administration removed the rogue nation from the list. President Trump vowed that Pyongyang will face further sanctions in the near future.
The Nebraska Public Service Commission rejected TransCanada’s preferred route for the pipeline that would transport thick crude oil from Alberta to the Texas Gulf Coast. Still, today’s vote brings the project much closer to starting construction and allows President Trump to claim victory in one of his signature campaign promises.
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Actress Sharon Tate posed for a portrait in 1968. (AP)
Actress Sharon Tate posed for a portrait in 1968. (AP)
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Fifteen years after the actress was killed by followers of Charles Manson, Doris Tate recounted during a parole hearing how her daughter begged her attackers to spare her life and that of her unborn child. The statement helped start a movement to ensure that victims’ voices carry a weight in the nation’s legal system.
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Parliamentarians met to begin impeachment proceedings against President Robert Mugabe even as questions were raised about the viability of the process.
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Leigh Corfman was resolute, but the Alabama Republican's defenders can say their questions were treated as legitimate by NBC.
While some take solace in reassurances from White House lawyer Ty Cobb that the investigation will be over soon, others say that view is naive.
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With the opening of the D.C. museum, we're seeing two approaches that tell us a lot about American Christianity.
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