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Trump claim that FBI can’t probe Kavanaugh allegations is wrong, ex-officials say

President Donald Trump’s stance echoed that of Senate Republican leaders, who suggested there is no role for the FBI in investigating a decades-old incident that would not be a federal crime. | Win McNamee/Getty Images Kavanaugh Confirmation Former [...]
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Wreckage May Be From Endeavour, Ship That Explored World and Charted Australia

SYDNEY, Australia — The Endeavour set off from England in 1768 and traversed a world that sailors’ maps had yet to document. The ship bounded through the Pacific Ocean, scraping up against the Great Barrier Reef and stopping in [...]
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Tragedy? Farce? Confusion? The Method Behind That Russian Poisoning Interview

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Jakub Kalensky, who leads efforts to counter disinformation at the head of a European Union unit in Brussels that analyzes Russian disinformation, said the two men’s story was so hard to believe that Russia’s “message may simply [...]
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Marseilles Dispatch: Yes, There Is a French McDonald’s That Is Beloved — by Its Staff

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MARSEILLE, France — The nearly 20-year-old images have entered French folklore: peasants, farmers and ex-hippies dismantling a rural McDonald’s, panel by panel, in what became a symbol of France’s resistance to American fast food. Today [...]
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Sweden Was Long Seen as a ‘Moral Superpower.’ That May Be Changing.

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STOCKHOLM — In a civic center in Rinkeby, a heavily immigrant district of northwest Stockholm, several hundred people gathered recently for a forum on Sweden’s coming election and the future of the country. The conversation, about [...]
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Is There a Spy Camera in That Bathroom? In Seoul, 8,000 Workers Will Check

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In hidden corners across South Korea, tiny cameras are surreptitiously recording thousands of women when they are at their most vulnerable. Women have come to fear that cameras could be anywhere: perched inside the toilet bowl of a [...]
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Saudi Coalition Admits Error in Yemen Airstrike That Killed Dozens

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RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — A Saudi-led coalition in Yemen acknowledged Saturday that an air attack last month that killed dozens of people, including children traveling on a bus, was unjustified, and it pledged to hold accountable anyone [...]
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The Weekend at Yale That Changed American Politics

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*/ ]]> Spring of 1982. America was mired in a recession—still-new President Ronald Reagan was being forced to defend to a skeptical public his economic policies—while members of Congress fretted about the chances of a nuclear war [...]
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U.S. to End Funding to U.N. Agency That Helps Palestinian Refugees

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WASHINGTON — The United States government has decided to stop all funding it gives to a United Nations agency that provides assistance to millions of Palestinian refugees, ending a decades-long policy of supporting it, according to [...]
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The Pantsuit That Cried Wolf

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If you’ve ever wondered how Russia became America’s most fearsome enemy, long after that country gave up Communism, gulags, forced starvations and mass murder (all of which liberals were cool with), the answer is: This crackpot idea came [...]