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Adam Schiff Threatens to Subpoena FBI for Russia Probe Information

Thus far, the House Intelligence chairman said the FBI has only provided him a "generic statement of process" to his questions about the counterintelligence probe that originated before the Russia

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'The Clock Is Ticking': A Year After 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 Scanned the Brains of Al-Qaeda Sympathizers

Researchers found lower activity in parts of the brain associated with reasoning and cognitive control.

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Coastal Areas of India Evacuated as Tropical Cyclone Vayu Approaches

The cyclone comes one month after Cyclone Fani.

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Pulse Survivor: We Must Honor Their Deaths With Action, Not Prayers

On the third anniversary of the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, Florida, when 49 people were killed by a gunman, survivor Brandon Wolf calls on us to honor them with activism.

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As Trump's Stature Rises, Democrats Fall Into Decay

With his Europe trip and Mexico deal, President Donald Trump has never seemed more presidential, spelling trouble for the Democrats in 2020.

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A Democratic Spring Could Be Stirring in Eurasia

From Armenia to Russia, something is afoot, and the West has the opportunity to quietly lend a helping hand.

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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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It's Been 160 Days of Democratic Majority. Where Are Trump's Tax Returns?

It's past time for Congress to hold Steven Mnuchin in contempt.

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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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Palestinian Official Predicts 'Embarrassment' for Jared Kushner

Palestinian leaders are boycotting Kushner's summit in Bahrain.

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Russia Keeps Asking U.S. to Agree to No Nuclear Weapons Use—to No Response

"It is of fundamental importance that Russia and the United States calm the rest of the world and adopt a joint declaration at the highest level that a nuclear war cannot be won."

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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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Huge 'Dead Zone' Could Form in the Gulf of Mexico This Summer: NOAA

Scientists estimate that the dead zone could grow to around 7,829 square miles—or about the same size as the state of Massachusetts.

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Kim Jong Un's Teenage Years Revealed: Ambitious and Prone to Lashing Out

Author Anna Fifield's new book provides fresh details on the dictator-to-be's adolescent years growing up in the picturesque Swiss capital of Bern.

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Nevada Becomes First State to Ban Pre-Employment Marijuana Drug Testing

"As our legal cannabis industry continues to flourish, it's important to ensure that the door of economic opportunity remains open for all Nevadans," Gov. Steve Sisolak said.

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World Has Lost Confidence in U.S. Leadership Since Trump's Election: Study

Global approval of U.S. leadership has also fallen 17 percentage points since 2009, when former President Barack Obama entered the Oval Office.

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