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Number Of Babies Born In The US Dropped To A 30-Year Low
The European Union Is Suing 6 Member States Over Air Pollution
UK Government Could Ban Combustible Cladding On High-Rise Buildings
Up For Debate: Can Negotiations Convince North Korea To Denuclearize?
'Ballistic Blocks' Shoot From Kilauea Volcano As Eruptions Continue
South Korea Willing To Act As Mediator Between US And North Korea
Privatizing The International Space Station Might Be Hard To Do
Heads Up: The CDC Says Romaine Lettuce Is Safe To Eat Again
First Urban Case Of Ebola Confirmed In Congo Outbreak
HHS Reportedly Considers Housing Immigrant Children On Military Bases
Cohen Reportedly Solicited Money From The Qatari Government
FBI Director 'Deeply Concerned' About Some Foreign Tech Companies
Israeli Military Says It Attacked Hamas Targets In Gaza
Authoritarianism Is Making A Comeback, And Hungary Sets The Standard
FDA Approves First Non-opioid Treatment For Opioid Withdrawal
A New NAFTA Deal Doesn't Seem Close, Despite Deadline
Trump Clarifies 'Animals' Comment, Says It Was About Gang Members
Immigration Activists Say Facebook's New Ad Policy Is Discriminatory
The Boring Company's LA Hyperloop Project Plan Could Change Again
How The Laurel-Yanny Clip — Like 'The Dress' — Tricks Our Brains
Giuliani Says Robert Mueller Knows He Can't Indict President Trump
Senate Votes To Uphold Net Neutrality Rules
European Leaders Discuss How To Handle Recent US Policy Decisions
'Never Forget And Never Forgive': A Holocaust Survivor's Mantra
More Than 3 Million Kids Take Meds For ADHD. Here's How They Work
Senate Intel Leaders: There's No Doubt Russia Meddled In Our Election
President Disclosed 2017 Payment To Michael Cohen In Financial Filing
FDA Report: Egg Farm Linked to Salmonella Outbreak Had Rodent Problem
Lawmakers Are Trying To Modernize Music Licensing Laws
Separating Families Caught At The Border: Rhetoric Or Real Policy?
White House, North Korea Shoot Down John Bolton's Libya Analogy
Democrats Aren't Happy With White House's Move To Cut Top Cyber Role
Mark Zuckerberg Agrees To Appear Before European Parliament Members
EPA Chief Pruitt Confirms He's Set Up A Legal Defense Fund
MSU Reaches $500M Settlement With Larry Nassar Victims
Mueller Investigation: One Year Later, What Do We Know?
Senate Intelligence Committee Gave Gina Haspel's Nomination Thumbs-Up
Investigators: Chlorine Likely Used In February Attack In Syria
Transcripts Detail Trump Jr.'s Testimony On 2016 Russian Meeting
Novartis Top Lawyer Is Stepping Down After Cohen Payments
Bitcoin Mining Eats Enough Energy To Power Ireland
Guatemala Becomes Second Country To Move Israeli Embassy To Jerusalem
Holocaust Survivor Relives Anti-Semitism From Childhood
More Than A Dozen Dead After Overpass Collapse In India
DOJ And FBI Reportedly Investigating Cambridge Analytica
Six States File Lawsuit Against Maker Of OxyContin
Trump Wants To Modernize The Government's Antiquated IT Systems Faster
Senators Reportedly Close To Finalizing Sexual Harassment Legislation
Scottish Parliament Votes To Oppose Brexit Bill
Iowa's Attorney General Won't Defend The State's New Abortion Ban
Volcano Alerts At Highest Level As Eruption Intensifies In Hawaii
Blake Farenthold Won't Repay $84,000 Sexual Harassment Settlement
Putin Drives Across Controversial Bridge Connecting Russia To Crimea
Judge Overturns California's Doctor-Assisted Suicide Law
Govt. Reportedly Has Suspect In Biggest CIA Leak Ever, But No Charges
Ebola Outbreak In Congo Has Killed At Least 19
Judge Denies Manafort's Motion To Dismiss Some Of Mueller's Charges
US Treasury Sanctions Top Officials At Central Bank Of Iran
Lyft Says It Won't Force Misconduct Cases Into Arbitration Anymore
2018's Poor People's Campaign Aims To Tackle MLK's Unfinished Business
Israel Is Attacking Iran In Syria. Here's Why.
Federal Appeals Court Will Soon Rule On Decision To End DACA
Lawsuit Aims To Stop Iowa's Abortion Law From Going Into Effect
Haspel Says CIA Interrogation Program Was A Mistake
North Korea Cancels Summit With South, Threatens Same For US Summit
North Korea's Blown Up Its Nuclear Sites Before. It Didn't Stick.
Some Parents Say PG-13 Gun Violence Is Too Much For Younger Teens
Chelsea Manning On Prison, ICE And Freedom
Mike Pompeo Lifts State Department's Hiring Freeze
Best-Selling Writer Tom Wolfe Dies At Age 88
20 Women Will Face Off In Competitive Pennsylvania Primaries
Marvel Might Be Adding A Muslim Superhero To Its On-screen Roster
Chelsea Manning On Whether Governments Can Keep Secrets
Researchers Say Gender Bias Kills Thousands Of Indian Girls Each Year
Uber Won't Force Sexual Misconduct Survivors Into Arbitration Anymore
Royal Wedding, Meghan Markle Spark Conversations About Race In The UK
Amazon Questions Future In Seattle After City Passes Controversial Tax
Scott Pruitt Asked For 24-Hour Security As Soon As He Took Office
Kilauea Volcano Eruption Is Also Affecting Hawaii's Tourism
North Korea Has Reportedly Torn Down Parts Of Its Nuclear Test Site
Report: Keyless Ignition Cars Led To 28 Deaths Since 2006
Another Airline Is Cracking Down On Emotional Support Animals
Amazon Pledges To Consider Women, Minority Candidates For Board Roles
Why Trump Wants To Help A Rebuked Chinese Company, According To Trump
Pro Sports Leagues Could Stand To Gain A Lot From Legal Betting
Report: Hundreds Of Migrant Deaths Unreported By Border Patrol
Prosecution Drops Felony Case Against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens
NASA Finds Evidence Of Water Plumes On Jupiter's Moon Europa
Chili's Hack May Have Exposed Customers' Names And Payment Info
An Israeli Soccer Team Wants To Name Itself After President Trump
Israel's Blockade Underpins The Violence In Gaza
Senate Will Vote On Upholding Net Neutrality Rules Wednesday
US Supreme Court Strikes Down Federal Sports Gambling Law
Actress Margot Kidder Dead At Age 69
Could US Post Offices Become Banks? Here's How The Plan Would Work
US Is Reportedly Bulking Up Security At Embassies In The Middle East
'This Is America' — How Musicians Add Perspective To Social Issues
Facebook Suspends About 200 Apps Under Suspicion Of Misusing User Data
The New US Embassy In Jerusalem Is Officially Open
Deadly Gaza Protests Continue As US Embassy Opens In Jerusalem