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Kurt Volker and other U.S. envoys encouraged Kyiv’s newly elected president to conduct an investigation linked to Joe Biden’s family in return for a visit to Washington with President Trump.
Republican leaders have two reactions to Trump’s public call for a foreign government to investigate political rival Joe Biden: silence and support.
Carrie Lam bans protesters from wearing masks in a hardening of the government’s stance on the territory’s most disruptive crisis since it reverted to Chinese rule in 1997.
The AP finds that nearly 1,700 clergy members considered credibly accused of child sexual abuse now hold jobs like teaching middle-school math and counseling sexual assault survivors.
Experts say intense public scrutiny likely led to a racially diverse jury in the trial of the white Dallas police officer who fatally shot a black neighbor in his own apartment.
The Iran-U.S. conflict is now being felt in Lebanon, where Washington has slapped sanctions on the Iran-backed Hezbollah militant group.
Candidates’ ages are again on the front-burner of the 2020 presidential campaign after 78-year-old Bernie Sanders underwent a heart procedure.
An expert says a “cold mathematical calculation” will determine how much victims of the Las Vegas shooting or their families will receive from a settlement that could reach $800 million.
Two actresses sue “The Disaster Artist” actor and the acting and film school he founded, saying he intimidated his students into gratuitous and exploitative sexual situations.
Walker Buehler’s pitching and Max Muncy’s hitting propel Los Angeles past mistake-prone Washington 6-0 in Game 1 of their NL Division Series.