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1.4 Million Live In High-Risk Zones Near Oil And Gas Production
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Asks EU To Scrap 'Backstop' Agreement
U.S. Extends North Korea Travel Ban For Another Year
Lam Says She Wants To Start 'Dialogue' With Hong Kong Protesters
Blowout (Trailer)
Clashes Between Zimbabwe Government, Opposition Party Persist
DOD Identifies U.S. Soldier Killed In Saudi Arabia
Jeffrey Epstein Reportedly Signed His Will Just Days Before His Death
Facebook, Twitter Remove 'Deceptive' Accounts Attacking HK Protests
Leaked UK Report Predicts Disaster If No-Deal Brexit Goes Through
U.S. Tests Ground Launch Missile After Withdrawing From INF Treaty
Survey: 3 In 4 Economists Believe U.S. Will Enter Recession By 2021
CDC Investigates Possible Link Between Vaping And Lung Disease
Hong Kong Protesters Hold Peaceful March After Chaotic Demonstrations
Acting Bureau Of Prisons Director Removed After Epstein's Suicide
Philadelphia Mayor Vows Action On Guns, But State Laws May Block Him
NYPD Commissioner Fires Officer Who Put Eric Garner In A Chokehold
How Withdrawing From Title X Would Affect Planned Parenthood
U.N. Calls For More Humanitarian Aid For Venezuelan Refugees
21 New Measles Cases Reported In The U.S. As Of Last Week
Study: Sites That Push Disinformation Make $235M A Year In Ad Money
Dream Jobs: Happy Hour Entrepreneur
U.S. Will Continue Allowing Some Transactions With China's Huawei
Trump Confirms He Wants To Buy Greenland — And It's Not Unheard Of
Iranian Oil Tanker Leaves Gibraltar For Greece
1.7 Million Protesters Marched Peacefully Through Hong Kong Sunday
Report: States Shouldn't Bank On Marijuana Tax Revenue
'Good Boys' Takes No. 1 At The Box Office And Makes Some Movie History
Sudan Army And Civilian Protest Leaders Sign Power-Sharing Deal
Russia Vows Not To Deploy New Missiles Unless U.S. Deploys Them First
Bombing In Kabul Kills At Least 63 People, Injures 180 Others
Kashmir Partially Lifts Communications Blackout
13 Arrested And 6 Injured After Protest In Portland
Shell Workers Reportedly Told To Attend Trump Speech Or Not Get Paid
Alabama's 'Rocket City' To Send The Next Astronauts To The Moon
Appeals Court Blocks Tough Asylum Rules — But Only In Calif., Arizona
Medical Examiner Concludes Jeffrey Epstein Died Of Suicide By Hanging
Peter Fonda, '60's Icon And 'Easy Rider' Star, Dies At 79
U.S. Issues Warrant To Seize Iranian Tanker Held In Gibraltar
Colorado Adopts Zero-Emission Vehicle Standard
General Electric Shares Down Following Whistleblower Report
EPA Reconsiders Decision To Allow Use Of Controversial Animal Poison
U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib Cancels Trip To The West Bank
More States Sue Trump Administration Over 'Public Charge' Rule
Trump Expected To Meet With Security Officials On Afghanistan
Hong Kong Businesses Struggle With Fallout From Protests
House Judiciary Committee Will Return Early To Work On Gun Reform
Some Rohingya Refugees May Return To Myanmar Next Week
ICE Says Mississippi Companies Knowingly Hired Undocumented Workers
Brick-And-Mortar Stores Are Still Vital — To The Collectibles Industry
Ohio Man Pledges To Bike 6,500 Miles For Parkinson's Research
Chinese Paramilitary Police Gather For Drills Near Hong Kong Border
Trump Administration Asks Congress To Reauthorize NSA Phone Program
N.Y. Gov. Moves To Classify Hate-Motivated Mass Violence As Terrorism
Eliminating Racial Disparity in Maternal Mortality
North Korea Rejects Further Peace Talks With South Korea
Taiwan Increases Defense Budget Amid Tensions With China
FCC Proposes A New Suicide Prevention Hotline Number
U.S. Appeals Court Upholds Sanitary Conditions For Children At Border
Advocates Drop Effort To Put Missouri Abortion Law To A Public Vote
Philadelphia Shootout Increases Pressure For State Gun Control
Israel Bans U.S. Reps. Omar And Tlaib From Entering The Country
U.N. Security Council To Hold Meeting On Kashmir's Status
O'Rourke Relaunches Presidential Bid, Championing El Paso Cause
Amid Kashmir Dispute, Bollywood's Messages Carry More Weight
Report: Connection Between Mental Health & Mass Violence Is Overstated
July Was The Hottest Month Ever Recorded
House Judiciary Committee Subpoenas Corey Lewandowski
Judge Orders Georgia To Update Voting Machines For 2020 Primary
FDA Proposes Adding Graphic Images To Cigarette Packaging
The Food Of The Iowa State Fair
How A 'Religious Exemptions' Proposal Could Impact Hiring Rules
China Says It Will Retaliate If U.S. Imposes New Tariffs
Gibraltar Releases Iranian Tanker Despite U.S. Request To Hold It
Hong Kong Unveils $2.4B Stimulus Package To Boost Slowing Economy
John Hickenlooper Ends Presidential Bid
U.S. Women's Soccer Team Ends Talks With U.S. Soccer Federation
Philadelphia Gunman In Custody After Nearly 8-Hour Standoff
Health Experts Seek Protocols to Prevent Maternal Death
Why Some Scientists Think Newborns Look More Like Their Dads
Trump Floats 'Personal Meeting' With China Over Hong Kong Protests
Planned Parenthood Could Leave Title X Program Unless Court Intervenes
Judge Denies House Democrats' Request To Combine 2 Legal Cases
Labor Dept. Rule Would Give Businesses Hiring 'Religious Exemptions'
New Law In New York Lets People File Old Child Sexual Abuse Claims
Epstein Is Just One Of Many Problems Facing The Bureau Of Prisons
New Bill Would Make Domestic Terrorism A Federal Crime
Reuters: Senator Warns Against Crackdown On Hong Kong Protests
Walmart Removes 'Violent' Merchandise From Its Website
Iowa Farmers Hear Out Candidates Amid Trade War
Hong Kong Protesters Fight To Keep Public Support After Airport Chaos
FDA Approves New Treatment For Drug-Resistant Forms Of Tuberculosis
Potential End Of Germany's 'Golden Decade' Fuels Global Economic Fears
The U.S.-Guatemala Immigration Agreement Faces Steep Obstacles
FCC Chairman Approves Proposed Merger Between Sprint And T-Mobile
Facebook Suspends Human Review Of Messenger Audio
California Counties Sue Over Trump's 'Public Charge' Rule
Measles Cases Worldwide Have Almost Tripled In The Last Year
Virginia Community Remembers Charlottesville Two Years After Riots
Swedish Court Finds A$AP Rocky Guilty Of Assault