President Trump warned that the world faces “great peril” from gathering threats posed by rogue regimes with powerful weapons.
The president's address was highly anticipated around the world after he had criticized the organization during his campaign as being bloated and ineffective.
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Lawyer Michael Cohen had planned to deny playing any role in Russia’s efforts during the 2016 election. But he left the closed-door session after about an hour.
The study found that the percentage of adolescents in the U.S. who have a driver’s license and date has plummeted since 1976. The study points to a theory to try and explain why.
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President Trump loved France’s Bastille Day parade so much that he told reporters he is looking into having a parade down the streets of Washington on Independence Day to show the United States’ “military strength.”
Here in this midsize city known as a bastion of liberal sensibilities that last year gave Clinton 90.1 percent of their vote, her weary fans don’t seem to mind her flaws.
Authorities said that during an encounter with police, the teen was armed with a crowbar and began walking toward the officers in a threatening manner.
Tom Perriello and Corey Stewart refuse to fade away, but that seems to be good news only for one side
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The Past, Rediscovered
The CIA gave its Trailblazer award to retired covert operative Greg Vogle, long known as Greg V., as it celebrated its 70th anniversary Monday.
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Since returning from the disabled list, the right-hander has been dominant, and gives Washington a 1-2 punch at top of their rotation.
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Mueller’s team has shown far more deference to current White House officials than associates of Manafort and former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
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The probe of Russian election meddling, Obamacare, Clinton, and what is up with Trump's lawyers? The Fix's Amber Phillips discusses the latest political news.
The Russian Defense Ministry dismissed the report as a “purposeful provocation or someone’s personal stupidity.”
A police car burned, officers were injured and Georgia Tech went on lockdown for the second time since police killed a student Saturday.
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When the ESPN commentator called the president a white supremacist, she set off a firestorm that still rages.
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Meet mysterious Madame Giselle, allegedly married to two world leaders and an adviser to the White House
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Clinton calls Trump a 'creep' in her new book, 'What Happened'
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Fact Check: Does Medicare have fewer administrative costs than private insurers?
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