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A Fraction Of Global Refugees Resettle In The U.S. Who Are They?
Looming Snap Election Could Create Domino Effect In Brexit Drama
Pakistan Warns 'Fullest Possible Response' In Kashmir Dispute
U.K. House Of Lords Approves Bill To Block No-Deal Brexit
Texas Governor Issues 8 Executive Orders In Response To Mass Shootings
Govt. Watchdog: National Parks Were Open Illegally During Shutdown
Job Gains Continue To Fall Short Of Expectations In August
Trump Administration Plans To Privatize Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac
Hurricane Dorian Makes Landfall In North Carolina
Boris Johnson's Plan To Suspend Parliament Ruled Legal By High Court
Zimbabwe's Former President Robert Mugabe Dies At 95
Why Experts Can't Rule Out The Possibility We Live In A Simulation
Views From The Amazon: A Source Of Livelihood
8chan's Owner Testifies Before House Homeland Security Committee
Heather Heyer's Mother Is Suing Her Daughter's Killer
Warehouse Fire Court Battle Ends With One Acquittal, One Mistrial
Defense Department Announces Where It Plans To Build New Border Wall
Chicago 'Dreamers' Remind Public That DACA Is Still Not Safe
New Study Links Soda Consumption To Higher Risk Of Death
How Federal Background Checks For Gun Sales Fall Short
Tech Giants Meet With U.S. Intel Officials To Discuss 2020 Election
Walgreens And CVS Ask Customers Not To Openly Carry Weapons In Stores
Student Campaign Looks To Cut Harvard's Ties To Prison System
Erdogan Says He'll Flood West With Refugees If No 'Safe Zone' In Syria
MSU Fined $4.5 Million Over Nassar Sexual Abuse Case
How Does U.S. Meat Production Contribute To Climate Change?
Cities Are Changing As Young People Stay For Longer
Dorian Heads Toward Carolinas As A Category 2 Storm
'Crazy Rich Asians' Sequel Loses Screenwriter Over Pay Disparity
U.S. Imposes Duties On Steel From China And Mexico After Investigation
Wells Fargo Reportedly Investigating Fees Charged To Closed Accounts
Energy Department Plans To Roll Back Standards For Light Bulbs
Hong Kong Leader Says China Supports Withdrawing The Extradition Bill
Next Round Of U.S.-China Trade Talks Scheduled For October
Iran To Abandon Another Commitment Under Nuclear Deal
Texas Rep. Bill Flores Won't Run For Re-Election
Planned Parenthood Expands New App, Weeks After Leaving Title X
Former White House Lawyer Found Not Guilty Of Lying To Investigators
Pope Francis Orders Vatican To Get Finances Under Control
Inspector General: Migrant Children Experienced Trauma At Facilities
House Judiciary Subpoenas Homeland Security Over Pardon Allegations
Asian American Voters Say They're Ready To Have An Impact In 2020
Mike Pompeo Reportedly Declines To Sign Afghan Peace Agreement
White House Announces $2 Billion In Grants To Fight The Opioid Crisis
Former Gay Conversion Therapist: 'Conversion Therapy Is Harmful'
West Texas Gunman Was Previously Barred From Buying Firearms
U.N. Faults U.S., Western Arms Sales For Deepening Suffering In Yemen
How Did Climate Change Become Such An Issue For 2020?
Why The U.K. Might Hold Another Snap Election
New York City Says The Measles Outbreak There Is Over
Thirteen More Bodies Found From California Boat Fire
Michigan Is Set To Become The First State To Ban Flavored E-Cigarettes
Google To Pay $170M To Settle YouTube Child Privacy Violations
U.S. Announces Sanctions Against Iran's Civilian Space Program
California Assembly Passes Bill To Crack Down On Vaccine Exemptions
Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam Fully Withdraws Extradition Bill
Hurricane Dorian Moving Up Florida Coast
Walmart Tightens Gun, Ammunition Sale Policy Following Mass Shootings
Cherokee Nation Names First Delegate To Congress
What Happens If Hong Kong's Leader Resigns?
Kroger Tells Customers To Not Openly Carry Guns In Its Stores
How Young Conservatives Hope To Make Climate A GOP Issue
Facebook Is Getting Rid Of Its Tag Suggestions Feature
Court: North Carolina District Maps Unconstitutionally Gerrymandered
Pentagon Diverts $3.6B In Military Funds For Border Barrier Projects
China Says It Can Declare State Of Emergency To Curb Hong Kong Unrest
Washington Roundup: Summer's Not Quite Over For (Most Of) Congress
Parliament Defies Johnson, Schedules A Vote On Delaying Brexit
Huawei Accuses U.S. Of Trying To Disrupt Its Business
USCIS Reconsiders Deporting Immigrants Facing Health Crises
YouTube Removes Over 100K Videos Under New Hate Speech Rules
Study Found Cancer Caused Higher Share Of Deaths In Some Countries
Here's What A Hurricane's Category Signifies
U.S. And Taliban Reach Afghanistan Peace Deal 'In Principle'
Brazil's President Might Miss A Meeting On Rainforest Fires He Called
Portland, Maine, Embraces Asylum-Seekers As A Key To Economic Growth
Saudi Arabia's Air Strikes Are Killing Civilians With U.S. Weapons
Carrie Lam Says She's Never Tried To Resign As Hong Kong's Leader
Johnson Promises Oct. 31 Brexit Amid Reports Of 'Rebel' Conservatives
Iran Warns Of ‘Strong Step’ From 2015 Nuclear Deal If EU Doesn't Act
World's Longest Cruise Sets Sail From London
Hurricane Dorian Is Already Breaking Records
Dream Jobs: Literature Professor
U.S. Signs 5G Technology Agreement With Poland
China Files World Trade Organization Complaint Against The U.S.
Students In Hong Kong Protest On First Day Of Class
President Trump Says Trade Talks With China Are Still On
At Least 7 People Dead, Around 20 Injured In Texas Shooting
DOD Identifies American Soldier Killed In Afghanistan
Nearly 2 Million People Left Off Of Indian Citizens List
Court Rules Survivors Of Charleston Shooting Can Sue The Government
Protesters In Hong Kong Hit The Streets Despite Government Ban
New Tariffs On Chinese Goods Took Effect At Midnight Saturday
Almost 900 Adult Migrants In U.S. Custody Had Mumps In Past Year
Trial Date Set For 2021 For 5 Men Accused Of Plotting Sept. 11 Attacks
House Judiciary Committee Delays Hearing on Gun Control Legislation
Taliban Attacks Kunduz, One Of Afghanistan's Largest Cities
Department Of Education Releases New Student Loan Forgiveness Rule
Volkswagen Agrees To Settlement Over Misleading Fuel Economy Claims
'Rhoda' Actress Valerie Harper Has Died