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World leaders condemn Saudis over Khashoggi account

World leaders condemn Saudis over Khashoggi account

Donald Trump says he is ‘not satisfied’ with claim that journalist died in fist fight in consulate

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Trump Says U.S. to Withdraw From Nuclear Treaty With Russia

Trump Says U.S. to Withdraw From Nuclear Treaty With Russia

President Trump said Saturday he will withdraw the U.S. from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, contending that Russia “violated the agreement.”

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Scandal Over Dead Journalist Jolts Heir to Saudi Throne

Scandal Over Dead Journalist Jolts Heir to Saudi Throne

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, secure for now, is scrambling to contain global backlash over the killing of government critic Jamal Khashoggi in Saudi Arabia’s Istanbul consulate.

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Trump to pull US out of nuclear treaty with Russia

Trump to pull US out of nuclear treaty with Russia

US president accuses Moscow of breaching Cold War missile pact

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Italy vows to stay in euro but stick with spending plan

Italy vows to stay in euro but stick with spending plan

European Commission had accused coalition government of breaching budgetary rules

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Stranded at Mexico’s Southern Border, Migrants Consider Their Options

Stranded at Mexico’s Southern Border, Migrants Consider Their Options

Hundreds of Honduran migrants stranded at a Guatemalan border crossing with Mexico began to return home, while others sought to cross the muddy river that divides the two countries in a desperate attempt to continue their march north.

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Afghans Cast Votes Amid Deadly Violence

Afghans Cast Votes Amid Deadly Violence

Faced with insurgent violence and daunting logistical problems, Afghans cast ballots in parliamentary elections seen as a test of the government’s progress toward political stability in a country beset by a 17-year war.

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Will Tech Leave Detroit in the Dust?

Will Tech Leave Detroit in the Dust?

As IPO proposals value Uber at an eye-popping $120 billion, auto makers are racing to gain ground in everything from car sharing to driverless technology. At stake: who will control the future of transportation.

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Strong Economy Draws Women into U.S. Labor Force

Strong Economy Draws Women into U.S. Labor Force

For most of the last two decades, the share of women participating in the U.S. labor force was in decline. Thanks to a strong economy, that long-running trend shows signs of reversing.

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U.S. Colleges Clash on New Playing Field: Voter Turnout

U.S. Colleges Clash on New Playing Field: Voter Turnout

On college campuses this fall, voting is a competitive sport. Organizers play on academic and athletic rivalries between schools to lift chronically-low student voting rates for the 2018 midterm elections.

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Early Admission’s Effect on Financial Aid

Early Admission’s Effect on Financial Aid

Students and parents need to know the rules of college early-admissions processes to maximize the aid they receive.

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Australian government loses majority in by-election

Australian government loses majority in by-election

Independent candidate beats Liberals to take former prime minister’s Wentworth seat

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Sea-dogs and swashbucklers: why we all love pirates

Sea-dogs and swashbucklers: why we all love pirates

How did the villainous buccaneers become the stuff of playrooms and storybooks?

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Brussels must engage properly if it wants to seal a Brexit deal

Brussels must engage properly if it wants to seal a Brexit deal

The Irish backstop is the key to a deal but the EU cannot break up the UK

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Lawmakers Push Trump on Saudi Account of Khashoggi Killing

Lawmakers Push Trump on Saudi Account of Khashoggi Killing

A divide arose between President Trump’s initial acceptance of Saudi Arabia’s response to the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and senators in both parties who stepped up calls for sanctions and pressed the administration to do its own investigation.

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