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The abruptness with which President Trump turned the page on Syria raises questions about whether combat partners like Iraq and Afghanistan should feel confident that he will not pull the plug on them, too.
President Donald Trump appears likely to give up his last, best chance to secure money from Congress for the “beautiful” wall he’s long promised to construct, as he backs away from his threat to partially shut down the government on Friday.
North Korea bluntly states it won’t unilaterally give up its nuclear weapons unless the United States removes its nuclear threat first.
Investigation to name migrants killed in 2015 shipwreck yields clues to an even greater tragedy, the AP finds.
As the Trump administration works to unravel Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, the producers of the country’s famed Persian carpets fear they will lose vital markets.
Advocates who embarked on the campaign to sway Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell recognized his support as crucial to unlocking a historic overhaul of federal sentencing laws.
A Japanese court denied prosecutors’ request to extend the detention of former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn, who has been charged with underreporting his pay.
Harvey Weinstein is due in court in New York as a judge decides on the future of his sexual assault case, which has been clouded by allegations police acted improperly in the investigation.
A researcher says the animal welfare world has moved beyond looking at how to minimize suffering to exploring whether animals can also enjoy their lives.
Major League Baseball, its players’ association and the Cuban Baseball Federation reached an agreement allowing players from the island nation to sign big league contracts without defecting.