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85,000 children under 5 may have died of starvation in Yemen war

British charity Save the Children says that an estimated 85,000 children under the age of 5 may have died from extreme hunger or disease since the war in Yemen escalated more than three years ago.

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NYT: Trump wanted to order prosecution of Clinton and Comey

President Donald Trump told the top White House lawyer in April that he wanted to order federal prosecutions of Hillary Clinton and James Comey, The New York Times reported Tuesday.

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Representative Mia Love, Once a Republican Star, Loses Re-Election in Utah

Ms. Love, the first and only black Republican woman in Congress, was defeated by Ben McAdams, the mayor of Salt Lake County.

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Trump’s Statement on Saudi Arabia, Explained!

The president makes the case for the crown prince: Iran, arms sales and oil.

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2 Adults and 2 Children Dead After Suspected Arson Fire at N.J. Mansion

The blaze broke out Tuesday at a home in Monmouth County, the authorities said. Officials were also investigating a second fire 12 miles away.

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Pentagon: Troops at U.S. Border to Cost About $210 Million

About 2,800 of the active-duty troops are in South Texas

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Trump backs Saudi crown prince despite Khashoggi killing

President Donald Trump signaled Tuesday that he will not take strong action against Saudi Arabia or its Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the death and dismemberment of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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699 People Are Still Listed as Missing in the Camp Fire. Inside the Long Process to Find Them

The effort to determine an accurate count of the missing has been stymied by a few challenges

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Massachusetts man has cooked Thanksgiving feast for strangers for 33 years

Scott Macaulay decided to cook Thanksgiving dinner for a group of people he didn't know 33 years ago, and has been doing it ever since

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Trump defends Ivanka's emails despite savaging Clinton

President Donald Trump acknowledged Tuesday that his daughter and senior adviser Ivanka Trump did use private email during the start of the administration, but declined to acknowledge any hypocrisy over his criticism during the 2016 campaign of ...

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Former Michigan State President Charged With Lying to Police About Nassar’s Sexual Abuse

If convicted, the 71-year-old Simon faces up to four years in prison

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Renault stop short of axing Carlos Ghosn

Renault appointed an acting chief executive on Tuesday but stopped short of removing Carlos Ghosn as CEO and chairman following his arrest on suspicion of financial misconduct in Japan.

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Trump sends finished answers to Mueller

President Donald Trump on Tuesday submitted written answers to questions from special counsel Robert Mueller related to the investigation of possible collusion between Trump associates and Russians.

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Obama argues to throw out the filibuster

President Obama said the filibuster, which requires 60 votes to pass legislation in the Senate, has made it "impossible" to effectively govern

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How Some Stress Can Actually Be Good for You

Stress is about balance between challenges and control one feels they have

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2 Adults and 2 Children Die in New Jersey Mansion Fire

Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni says the fire continues to burn late Tuesday

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All Romaine Lettuce Is Currently Unsafe to Eat Due to E. Coli Outbreak, CDC Says

Romaine lettuce is unsafe to eat after being linked to a multi-state E. coli outbreak, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday. ...

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A Russian may be the new head of Interpol. The West isn't happy

Interpol holds its general assembly this week in Dubai, and the meeting has become a new flashpoint in the ongoing confrontation between Russia and the West.

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US-China spat will 'come to a head' at G20

Top White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Tuesday morning that he anticipates a direct confrontation between the US and China over trade at the upcoming G20 meeting in Argentina after the collapse of plans to hold talks in Washington next week.

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Head of U.S. Catholic bishops kept 2 priests accused of abuse in active ministry

Cardinal Daniel DiNardo is accused of allowing one priest to preside over one of the largest churches in Houston, despite abuse claims made against him

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