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Pres. Trump suspects he'll revoke Ohr's clearance 'very quickly'


Hacker of celebrity photos asking for leniency


Miss America: Leadership bullied, manipulated, silenced me


Alaska man gets life in prison for Florida airport shooting


Producer who worked with Franklin recalls great performances


AP Interview: Top Republican opens up about Russia probe


Judge in Manafort trial said he's received threats, won't reveal jurors' names


Pres. Trump nixes $92M parade, says 2019 costs will be 'WAY DOWN'


US ends Syria stabilization funding, cites more allied cash


Mattis says further Taliban assaults likely in weeks ahead


Musk tells newspaper he's cracking under stress of Tesla job


Pennsylvania bishop reads part of grand jury report at Mass


Getting personal: US, Turkish leaders feud over arrest


Next mission for women with military service: Run for office


'Queen of Soul' Aretha Franklin has passed away


Authorities: Remains at New Mexico compound are missing boy


US approves new generic competitor to EpiPen


Pompeo forms 'Iran Action Group' for post-nuke deal policy


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Strict ID laws could disenfranchise 78,000 transgender voters, report says

Strict voter ID laws may present "substantial barriers" for transgender people who do not have identification that reflects their preferred gender.

People plucked from rooftops as Indian floods kill more than 300

Heavy rains over the past eight days triggered flooding, landslides and home and bridge collapses, severely disrupting air and train services in Kerala state.

Florida airport shooter sentenced to five life sentences

Santiago previously pleaded guilty to Jan. 2017 attack in Florida airport that left 5 dead, six wounded.

A far-right party may be about to topple a century of Swedish socialism

A party with its roots in neo-Nazism and white nationalism may be on the verge of an election victory.

Prison nurseries support incarcerated moms, but are they fair to babies?

Advocates say keeping infants with their mothers, even behind bars, is good for both. Critics say it's unconstitutional.