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Egypt Holds Military Funeral To Bury Former Leader Hosni Mubarak
U.S. Soldier Stationed In South Korea Has The Coronavirus
Death Toll Climbs In Ongoing Protests In New Delhi
Harvey Weinstein Plans To Appeal New York Conviction
Democratic Candidates Put Sanders On Defense In South Carolina Debate
Disney CEO Bob Iger Steps Down
13 Killed In Ongoing Protests In New Delhi
2 Americans' Experience In Quarantine Over The Coronavirus
CDC Says Coronavirus Will 'Likely' Spread Within The U.S.
39 States To Investigate Juul's Marketing Practices
Scottish Parliament Approves First Stage Of Free Period Products Bill
Containing Coronavirus Could Affect The Availability Of Other Drugs
Why This Burned-Out Immigration Judge Quit Her Job
Study: Families Separated At Border Suffer Severe Psychological Trauma
Bernie Sanders Wants To Legalize Pot On Day One. Can He?
Coronavirus Could Lead IOC To Cancel Tokyo Games
Washington Roundup: What's Being Done About Election Security?
U.S. Kills Al-Shabab Leader With Ties To Manda Bay Attack
Investigation Concludes Opera Star Plácido Domingo Harassed Women
Xi Jinping Facing Test To Steer China Through Coronavirus Outbreak
Protests Over Citizenship Law In India Turn Deadly
Harvey Weinstein Hospitalized With Chest Pains After Guilty Verdict
India To Purchase $3 Billion Worth Of Military Equipment From U.S.
21 Of Top 30 Air Polluted Cities Last Year Were In India
Purdue Pharma Starts Ad Campaign For OxyContin Claims
Coronavirus Spreads In Iran, Infecting Deputy Health Minister
White House Requests $2.5 Billion To Fight Coronavirus Outbreak
35 Still Hospitalized After Car Plows Into Carnival Parade In Germany
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Has Died At Age 91
Sanders Reveals $1.5 Trillion Universal Child Care Plan
TurboTax Maker Intuit Acquires Credit Karma For $7.1 Billion
Global Stock Markets Plunge After Surge In Reported Coronavirus Cases
Friends, Fans Pay Tribute To Kobe Bryant
TSA Bans Employees From Using TikTok In Fear Of Security Risks
Bryant's Wife Files Wrongful Death Suit Against Helicopter Company
Jussie Smollett Pleads Not Guilty To New Charges For The Same Incident
U.N. Report: Over 10,000 Afghan Civilians Were Killed Or Hurt In 2019
Election Watchdog: 300 Cases Open And Not Enough Preparation For 2020
China Postpones Major Parliamentary Session Due To Coronavirus
Cherokee Nation Is First U.S. Tribe To Store Seeds In 'Doomsday' Vault
SCOTUS Will Hear Case Involving Same-Sex Foster Parents
Judge Declines To Recuse Herself From Roger Stone's Case
Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange's Extradition Hearing Has Started
New 'Public Charge' Rule Could 'Profoundly' Change Legal Immigration
National Security Adviser: No Evidence Russia Helping Trump Campaign
Harvey Weinstein Found Guilty Of Rape, Criminal Sexual Act
Poll Workers for Wheel
NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson Dies At Age 101
South Korea Raises Threat Alert Level Over The Coronavirus
Number Of Iran Coronavirus Cases In Dispute Amid Conflicting Reports
Prime Minister Of Malaysia Resigns
President Trump Visits India Amid Protests
Buttigieg Says There Are 'Irregularities' In Nevada Caucuses Vote
Pete Buttigieg Rallies Va. Voters Ahead Of Super Tuesday
New Policy In Berlin Freezes Rent For The Next 5 Years
'Public Charge' Immigration Rule Goes Into Effect Monday
Italy Cancels Venice Carnival To Stop Spread Of The Coronavirus
5.7 Magnitude Earthquake Kills At Least 9 People In Turkey
Nevada Caucuses Give Bernie Sanders His First Big Win In 2020
Harry And Meghan Will Drop 'Royal' Tag From Their New Brand
NYPD Says It Will Overhaul Its Rules For Collecting DNA
The CDC Is Preparing For Possibility Of A Coronavirus Outbreak In U.S.
Taliban, U.S. Begin Temporary Truce Seeking To End War In Afghanistan
Coronavirus Fears Cause School Closures On U.S. Base In South Korea
U.S. Officials Told Sanders That Russia Is Trying To Help His Campaign
Wells Fargo Agrees To Pay $3 Billion Fine Over Fake Account Scandal
Remembering Malcolm X 55 Years Later
Twitter Considering New Methods To Curb Misinformation
President Trump And His Supporters Are Confident He'll Win In November
China's Coronavirus Battle Is Disrupting The Global Auto Industry
Addressing Climate Change Requires Both Public And Private Money
How Can U.S. Businesses Handle Coronavirus Concerns In The Workplace?
Defense Department IT Agency Reports Data Breach
Warren Campaign Opened $3 Million Line Of Credit In January
Diane Rehm On The 'Right-To-Die' Movement And Her New Book
Los Angeles Times Offers Buyout Deals To Some Employees
Nearly 800 Soldiers Return Home After Sudden Deployment To Middle East
U.S. Women's National Team Asks For $66.7M In Soccer Federation Suit
Morales Blocked From Running For A Seat In Bolivia's Senate
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar Resigns
Illinois Bill Could Halt Religious Exemptions For Child Immunizations
Chicago Program Proven To Cut Youth Arrests Years After Program Ends
Coronavirus Cases Almost Double In South Korea
Florida Lawmakers Pass Parental Consent Bill On Underage Abortion
Intel Official Says Russia Plans To Meddle In The 2020 Election
Appeals Court Blocks Mississippi's 'Heartbeat' Abortion Ban
Canadian Police May Leave First Nations Lands After Weeks Of Protests
London Says It Could Host 2020 Olympics If Coronavirus Forces A Move
Elizabeth Warren Rallies Nevada Supporters After Debate
Big Budget, Big Data — The Short Drive Across Nevada's Battleground
The CEO Of Victoria's Secret's Parent Company Is Stepping Down
Facebook Removes Video Revealing Virginia Lawmaker's Home Address
Australia Opens Federal Inquiry Into Deadly Bushfire Season
Roger Stone Sentenced To 40 Months Behind Bars
Esper Visits Air Bases To Highlight Need For Nuclear Modernization
Meet Richard Grenell, Trump's Pick For Acting Intelligence Chief
Trump Signs Order To Divert California Water
Fraud In The Addiction Rehab Industry Could Put Millions At Risk
9 Killed In German Hookah Bar Shootings
California Gov. Gavin Newsom Announces Plan To Fight Homelessness