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'The Clock is Ticking': A Year on From the Singapore Summit

Relations between Washington and Pyongyang look far less promising than they did one year ago, with denuclearization negotiations stalled since the collapse of the Hanoi summit.

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Scientists Think Treatment for Common Cold Might Be a Step Closer

At the moment, there are no antiviral drugs that can treat or prevent rhinoviruses and enteroviruses.

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Iran Increased Uranium Enrichment Since Trump Abandoned Nuclear Deal: Watchdog

It is not yet clear whether the country is violating the terms of the Iran deal, known formally as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

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IRS Cuts Lead to Drop in Audits for Rich Filers and Corporations

According to an analysis of the report, the IRS has in recent years decreased audits and criminal investigations and levies mostly on large corporations, pass-through business, and high-income

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Who's Done More Damage to America, Fox News or Twitter?

Twitter's co-founder lambasted Fox News as far more powerful and destructive than the social network. But is he right?

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Vaccines Matter: Why Legislators Should Limit Exemptions

Some states are considering legislation that would make it easier to seek an immunization exemption. This is a step in the wrong direction.

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The Green New Deal Is a Model for Building Worker Power

A shift from fossil fuels to clean energy could leave many workers behind. That's why the climate proposal includes provisions for protecting workers' rights.

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Globalization or Economic Nationalism? There's Another Way

Elizabeth Warren's new "Plan for Economic Patriotism" is a stunningly ambitious revival of American industrial policy.

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Jared Kushner's Approach to Middle East 'Peace' Is Doomed to Fail

The president's son-in-law has no experience in world politics and clearly no interest in upholding international law or the universality of human rights.

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Donald Trump's Successful Europe Trip Shows He's Truly Grown Into the Job

The president's trip appears to have been something of a triumph, even in the eyes of his typical detractors.

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Trump's Secret Deal Gives Mexico 45 Days to Prove It Can Reduce Migration

Trump was pictured with a document hinting at an agreement with Mexico.

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Ex-Chernobyl Workers Slams Inaccuracies In HBO Series Of Nuclear Disaster

Pro-Kremlin media have criticized the series, with some describing it as pro-western propaganda.

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Hawaii Marine to Be Discharged for Racist, Pro-Nazi Tweets

Lance Cpl. Mason Mead tweeted praise on Nazis and uploaded a picture of himself in blackface.

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More Republicans Supporting Transgender Military Service, Despite Trump Ban

"Compared to two years ago, Republicans are notably more supportive of transgender military service," a recent report from Public Religion Research Institute says.

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Jews During Holocaust 'Like Meek Little Lambs' Says Dutch Politician

The Dutch senator has attempted to apologize for the statements which he now says he regrets.

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Radiohead Get Hacked for Ransom, Release All Stolen Material Themselves

"For £18 you can find out if we should have paid that ransom," the legendary band posted online after an unknown hacker demanded £150,000 to keep the music unreleased.

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U.S. Officials Thought Kim Jong Un's Half-Brother Was Chinese Asset: Report

Kim Jong Nam was assassinated with a nerve agent in February 2017, reportedly after having met with his CIA contact in Malaysia.

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Candace Owens: Welfare Reversed Black Community's Post-Slavery Progress

Candace Owens, founder of the "Blexit" movement, said on Fox News host Laura Ingraham's show that welfare "socialized" black communities.

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