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Hillary Clinton told to 'move on' from her loss

Hillary Clinton told to 'move on' from her loss

Former Democratic National Committee data science director Andrew Therriault in a series of Wednesday afternoon Tweets that have since been removed-refuted Clinton's assertion. "They covered it like...

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White House Will No Longer Take Questions About Trump And Russia

Last month, CNN reported that the FBI's investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election was increasingly touching on the multiple roles of Kushner on both the Trump campaign and ...

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Atlanta mayoral candidates speak out on Paris accord withdrawal

It even drew criticism from some Republicans, as small demonstrations erupted in NY and Washington. Mr Trump, who has called climate change a hoax, said his administration would begin negotiatio...

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Map: The state of the Paris agreement

The officials said they collectively could show the worldwide community that the United States remained committed to cutting the emissions that scientists blame for global warming. "This is a respon...

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US Media Reports of No Evidence of Kushner, Trump Campaign Misdeeds

What Jared Kushner did after the election is not in dispute. A top White House communications staffer has resigned as President Donald Trump considers a major staff overhaul amid intensifying in...

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Putin suggests US hackers could have interfered with election, blamed Russia

Besides, during the broadcast, users of the Moskva-Putinu ( Moscow - to Putin) application and users of the first Russian application for online broadcasts (available in AppStore and GooglePlay) may ...

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Trump is going back on a big Israel campaign promise

Trump is going back on a big Israel campaign promise

Trump has decided not move the United States embassy in Israel to Jerusalem for the time being, with the White House insisting that his signing of a legal waiver keeping it in Tel Aviv does not signal...

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India, France to work together to fight against terrorism

During two hours of wide-ranging talks with Macron at the presidential Elysee Palace in Paris , Modi invited the French president to visit India. Mr Modi said, be it trade and technology, innovatio...

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Factchecking President Trump's Claims About the Paris Agreement

Trump said he was willing to begin renegotiating the climate deal "under the terms that are fair to the U.S. and its workers or to negotiate a new deal that protects our country and its taxpayers". ...

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Congress Subpoenas Trump And Obama Officials In Russia Inquiry

ANYONE PAYING attention to the mushrooming investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 US election campaign and President Trump's possible ties to Moscow will have noticed that this is not a simp...

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Trump travel ban's fate hinges on emergency USA high court request

The Administration is asking the court to let the ban go into effect while the arguments over its constitutionality proceed. A key part of the order - a 90-day suspension of issuance of visas to cit...

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US evangelical green groups pan Trump's climate accord exit

Portland, Ore. -based Keen believes the USA should be more invested in climate change, and not distance itself from efforts to fight it. The governor of Hawaii has also pledged to continue concret...

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Vladimir Putin Fights Election-tampering Accusations with His Own Shots at US

Vladimir Putin has said the U.S. needs to stop the "useless and harmful chatter" about Russian interference in the presidential election, arguing that Donald Trump's electoral strategy was entir...

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Trump not planning to invoke executive privilege for Comey testimony - NY Times

She pointed to a memo written by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein criticizing Comey's public statements about the Clinton email server case, which the administration initially used to justify Co...

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World forges ahead with Paris climate deal without Trump

At the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), we represent 200 of the world's largest companies. As NPR has reported , "the only other countries not part of the agreement are Syr...

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Rauner blames Democrats for budget failure

Rauner blames Democrats for budget failure

For Democrats, political considerations are top of mind. But this spring's budget failure exposed an additional set of fault lines - among Democrats. Rauner did not immediately say whether he would ...

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Jury selection enters 2nd day in Bill Cosby sex assault case

He has called the encounter consensual. In this combination of file photos, entertainer Bill Cosby pauses during an interview in Washington on November 6, 2014, and Andrea Constand poses for a photo...

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Former US Diplomat Zbigniew Brzezinski Dies at 89

In another Instagram post, Mika Brzezinski posted a photo of her parents, writing, "My father and mother both escaped Europe before the start of World War II". Brzezinski was the commission's first ...

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Spicer refers Russian Federation questions to Trump's outside attorney

Trump has privately and publicly pinned much of the blame for his administration's rough start on the White House's communications strategy. He later added: "It's an ongoing conversation, and that...

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Trump withdrawal from climate deal disappoints many USA companies

Ukrainians may be experiencing similar feelings, given the latest revelation that, in the early days of his administration, Trump was eager to unilaterally drop economic sanctions against Russia that ...

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