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Nerve Agent Linked to Assassination of Kim Jong Un's Half-Brother
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Kim Jong Nam Killed by Deadly VX Nerve Agent: Police Chief
Malaysia's police chief, Khalid Abu Bakar, said Kim Jong Un's half-brother tested positive for traces of the VX nerve agent.
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I interviewed 52 of the world's most powerful women. Here are some of their secrets of dealing with difficult people.
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'I Lasted 8 Days': Muslim Adviser Quits Trump Administration
Rumana Ahmed quit her job as a senior adviser at the National Security Council just eight days after Donald Trump took the oath of office.
Rubio Grilled Over His Absence From Town Halls
An activist spotted Marco Rubio at a Miami hospital and proceeded to question the Republican senator.
What Will Trump Say at CPAC? Let's Look at His Past Appearances
No first-term Republican president has been to CPAC since Ronald Reagan.
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De Blasio to Meet Prosecutors in Pay-to-Play Probe: Sources
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio will meet Friday with federal prosecutors investigating whether he and his aides traded favors for donations.
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Syracuse Coach Jim Boeheim Says His Retirement is Up in the Air
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Caitlyn Jenner to Trump: Transgender Letter a 'Disaster'
'You made a promise to protect the LGBTQ community,' Jenner told the president on Twitter. 'You can still fix it.'
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This Boston Professor Has Taken a Selfie a Day for 30 Years
The project contemplates mortality. 'If it wasn't for the selfie craze, I'd probably be slogging along in anonymity as usual,' Karl Baden joked.
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'It Hurts': Trans Teen Gavin Grimm Reacts to New DOJ Guidance
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The high schooler at the center of a pivotal Supreme Court case on equal access for transgender students speaks out about rescinded school guidance.
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Ginsburg Signals She'll Stay on Court as Long as She Can
'I know I'm OK,' Ginsburg, 83, told the BBC. 'At my age, you have to take it year by year.'
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Governor: Washington Won't Arrest Over Immigration Status
'Washington will not be a willing participant in promoting or carrying out mean-spirited policies that break up families,' Jay Inslee said.
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Pence to CPAC: Obamacare Will Fall Despite 'Liberal Activists'
Pence told the conservative activist audience that Obamacare would fall despite the surge of liberal activism across the nation.
Colorado Rancher Creates Mile-Wide Trump Sign
Rancher Doug Koehn plowed the word "Trump" in big block letters into his field in response to negativity from Pres. Trump's opponents.
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Boehner Gives Obamacare Repeal Long Odds
If Republicans repeal Obamacare without a substitute, "anything that happens is your fault. You broke it," former House Speaker John Boehner said.
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White House Is In, Congress Is Out at CPAC
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Fewer than a dozen GOP members of Congress will speak at the annual conservative gathering near Washington this year.
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