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White House says demands for records, testimony on Mueller probe to be refused

The letter rejects the committee’s standing to investigate President Trump for possible obstruction of justice.

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Battle to overturn Roe v. Wade centers on a Supreme Court that tends to make gradual change

Justices have retained the landmark ruling while allowing many state restrictions on abortion.

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As U.S. pulls some workers from Iraq, allies challenge claim of rising threat from Iran

The announcement affects both the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad and a consulate in the northern city of Irbil.

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Trump’s prized Doral resort is in steep decline, company documents show

Eric Trump said the resort was “on fire,” but the company later said profitability was down 69 percent.

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Trump’s pet intellectuals are embarrassing themselves

Trump’s pet intellectuals discredit themselves.

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Here’s why women have fled the GOP

White educated women have just caught on.

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FIFA’s World Cup expansion would be an affront to human rights

If Gianni Infantino’s expansion proposal leads to Saudi Arabia co-hosting the World Cup, it deserves a red card.

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‘Veep’ was TV’s finest tragedy

There’s some irony that the series finale of HBO’s 'Veep' has been overshadowed by the end of 'Game of Thrones.'

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As Trump blunders into disaster, Adam Schiff sounds the alarm

The House Intelligence Committee chair warns of a looming "unmitigated disaster."

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Trump’s businesses are faltering. That’s good news.

Maybe we can kill the myth that we need more businesspeople in politics.

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North Carolina sues Juul, becoming first state to take legal action against e-cigarette maker

The lawsuit could prompt other states to take similar steps against e-cigs.

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GOP senators raise alarms, criticize Trump on trade war

Administration officials are scrambling to come up with a way to placate furious farmers.

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As 2020 field swells, Democrats may struggle to choose a nominee and message

With close to two dozen candidates, the Democratic hopefuls are forced to switch tactics and fight to be heard.

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White House won’t endorse call to fight online extremism amid free speech concerns

The White House will not sign an international agreement to combat online extremism brokered between French and New Zealand officials and top social media companies, amid U.S. concerns that the pact clashes with constitutional protections for free speech.