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TAX REFORM: Sen. Corker to vote for GOP tax package


President Trump doesn't want to talk about Flynn pardon 'yet'


Sign-ups show health law's staying power in Trump era


Tillerson calls on China, Russia to increase North Korea pressure


Winds temporarily calm on lines of huge California wildfire


Judge temporarily blocks new Trump rules on birth control


Attorney General Sessions distances himself from Pres. Trump on FBI


Lawyer who struggled at hearing to become judge goes viral


South Korea says North close to 'weaponization'


Playwright alleges misconduct by Hoffman when she was 16


White House signals Western Wall has to be part of Israel


Americans pessimistic about Trump, country: AP-NORC Poll


White House to push merit-based immigration in new campaign


President Trump says Republican Roy Moore should concede Alabama race


Trump reconsiders rules protecting miners from black lung


Mario Batali kicked off ABC amid misconduct allegations


Anger grows as Puerto Rico misses power restoration deadline


UPDATE: States warming up net-neutrality lawsuits


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Ex-wife of former NBA star charged with his murder

Sherra Wright has been charged in his slaying, more than seven years after his body was found in a field in Memphis.

Trump lawyer accuses Mueller of improperly obtaining transition emails

A top lawyer for President Donald Trump's transition team has accused a government agency of unlawfully turning over thousands of emails to the Special Counsel.

China signals reconciliation with Japan at massacre memorial

President Xi Jinping led a nationally televised ceremony to remember the 300,000 Chinese who died when Japan's Imperial Army occupied Nanjing.

Pentagon admits it had a UFO program, claims it ended in 2012

The Pentagon says that its long-secret UFO investigation program ended in 2012, when U.S. defense officials shifted attention and funding to other priorities.

How companies handle accusations in the #MeToo era

Employment law attorneys and HR experts say suspending or firing an accused employee even without hard proof of misconduct is a safe — and legal — move.