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Pompeo, Taliban deputy leader discuss intra-Afghan talksKabul: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the Taliban’s deputy leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar discussed the much-awaited intra-Afghan talks and the..
TikTok: Pompeo says Trump to crack down on Chinese software in coming daysUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Chinese-owned software poses an "array" of security risks.
'TikTok may be banned in US,' says President Donald Trump
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House Foreign Affairs chairman subpoenas Secretary of State PompeoWashington (CNN)The chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee subpoenaed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Friday to turn over documents related to the Bidens..
Chris Pratt says pregnant wife Katherine is 'ready to pop' in hiking photo postAmerican actor Chris Pratt commended his pregnant wife, Katherine Schwarzenegger, for still keeping active while "ready to pop." According to Fox News, the..
These Conservatives Have a Laser Focus: ‘Owning the Libs’On The Federalist and in Fox News appearances, some of President Trump’s supporters don’t really defend him. They attack the critics.
Portland protests: Trump's homeland security chief says federal police will stay – for nowAP Federal police forces will remain in Portland until Trump administration officials determine the Oregon governor, a Democrat, has a plan that is working to..
'A war against COVID and stupidity': Houston doctor
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Proportion of youth with COVID-19 triples in five months: WHOShares Young people who are hitting nightclubs and beaches are leading a rise in fresh coronavirus cases across the world, with the proportion of those aged 15..
Coronavirus did come from bats, say WHO scientists sent to WuhanThe coronavirus outbreak came from bats and was probably passed to humans through another intermediary animal "host", World Health Organisation (WHO) scientists..
WHO Warns There May Never Be A 'Silver Bullet' for COVID-19
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AP Top Stories August 4 PHere's the latest for Tuesday August 4th: Isaias strikes the US East Coast; Huge explosion rocks Beirut; UN Chief warms of educational catastrophe; Miner finds..
UN pledges to help Mali rebuild heritage sites damaged in conflictParts of the life and culture of the country's Land of the Dogon have been destroyed in conflict.
Susan Rice on what she could bring to a Biden 2020 ticketAs presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden hones in on his pick for running mate, potential "Veepstakes" candidate and former U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice joins..
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UN chief says COVID-19 has led to largest disruption to education in history
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Biden unveils $280 mln campaign advertising blitz
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Kobach loses U.S. Senate seat in Kansas primary
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Biden Announces $280 Million Fall Ad Buy Across 15 StatesBy far the biggest reservation of the 2020 race by either campaign, it is a sign of the swift turnabout in Joe Biden’s finances since he became the presumptive..
Cori Bush Defeats William Lacy Clay in a Show of Progressive MightThe upset of the veteran congressman from St. Louis sent tremors though the Democratic establishment in Missouri and Washington, D.C.
Trump campaign, RNC sue Nevada over expansion of mail-in votingThe lawsuit takes aim at a new bill signed by Governor Steve Sisolak on Monday.
President Trump flips on his longstanding attitude toward mail-in ballotsPresident Trump has repeatedly denounced mail-in ballots, but he is changing his tune for Florida. Weijia Jiang reports.
Trump campaign sues state of Nevada over mail-in ballot law ahead of November electionTrump made good on his threat to sue the state after he claimed it passed the mail-in ballot measure in a "late night coup."
Some "Dreamers" locked out of DACA after Trump moveTens of thousands of immigrant teens and young adults remain vulnerable to deportation due to President Trump's decision to reject new DACA applications.
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