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Senate panel cancels private interview with Trump lawyer

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Donald Trump's personal lawyer says a proposal to develop a Trump Tower in Moscow was "solely a real estate deal and nothing more.". More>>

The Latest: Trump lawyer's statement derailed Senate meeting

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Senate intelligence committee leaders say they canceled a scheduled interview with President Donald Trump's personal lawyer after he released a public statement. More>>

Facebook may be facing an 'era of accountability'

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Facebook may be facing an 'era of accountability'. More>>

Huntsman says Moscow's meddling led to low level of trust

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Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, President Donald Trump's nominee to be U.S. ambassador to Russia, says Moscow's meddling in the 2016 presidential election led directly to the low level of trust between the two former Cold War foes. More>>

GOP governors launch 'news' site critics call propaganda

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Republican governors have launched a website that appears to be a news outlet, but readers have to look carefully to see that The Free Telegraph is the product of a political party committee. More>>

Trump, Pence to campaign for Strange before GOP runoff

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President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will campaign for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange in the final days before the hotly contested Republican runoff between Strange and Roy Moore, the state's former chief justice. More>>

Oh, man! Town might change Board of Selectmen to Selectwomen

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A Massachusetts town says it will consider changing the name of its governing body from the Board of Selectmen to the Board of Selectwomen. More>>

Clinton won't rule out questioning Trump's legitimacy

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Hillary Clinton is refusing to rule out the possibility of questioning President Donald Trump's legitimacy depending on the outcome of official inquiries into Russia's attempts to influence the 2016 presidential election. More>>

Clinton's former campaign chairman talks to Senate panel

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Hillary Clinton's former campaign chairman has met with a Senate panel investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election. More>>

Iraq's top court suspends Kurdish region's independence vote

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Iraq's Supreme Court temporarily suspends northern Kurdish region's referendum on independence due next week. More>>

Legal defense fund created for Michael Flynn in Russia probe

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The family of former national security adviser Michael Flynn has established a legal defense fund for him as he is scrutinized by investigators looking into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election. More>>

Cuomo endorses rival and fellow Democrat de Blasio for mayor

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has endorsed his frequent rival and fellow Democrat Bill de Blasio for a second term as mayor of New York City. More>>

German nationalist party presents anti-Islam platform

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The nationalist Alternative for Germany party is insisting that Islam is incompatible with democracy as Germany's election campaign enters its final stretch. More>>

Calif. Democrat Feinstein noncommittal on 2018 Senate run

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California Democrat Dianne Feinstein isn't publicly committing to seeking a fifth Senate term in 2018. The 84-year-old _ the oldest current senator _ was cagey about her political future during a television interview. More>>

Young democracy activist among Macau election winners

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Young pro-democracy activist among winners in elections for Chinese-controlled casino capital Macau's legislature. More>>

Trump to campaign for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange

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President Donald Trump says he's hitting the campaign trail next week for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange. More>>

The Latest: A bar _ for engraving _ is hit at Emmys ball

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The Latest: Sterling K. Brown, Jackie Hoffman among early arrivals on Emmys red carpet. More>>

Pakistan ex-PM's wife wins his parliament seat: unofficial

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A Pakistani minister says the wife of ousted Pakistani premier Nawaz Sharif has won his parliament seat which fell vacant after the country's Supreme Court disqualified him for concealing assets, according to unofficial results. More>>

Boris Johnson fuels speculation about UK leadership bid

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British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has fueled speculation that he hopes to eventually succeed Prime Minister Theresa May, spelling out his Brexit goals days before her major policy speech on the subject. More>>

Iraq says may use force if Kurdish referendum turns violent

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Iraqi Prime Minister says he's prepared to intervene militarily if Kurdish region's planned independence referendum results in violence. More>>

Kenya's opposition urges reform of electoral commission

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Kenya opposition leader presses for reforms of the electoral commission before repeat of presidential election in Oct. More>>

Iraq says may use force if Kurdish referendum turns violent

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Iraqi Prime Minister says he's prepared to intervene militarily if Kurdish region's planned referendum results in violence. More>>

California lawmakers approve presidential primary in March

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California lawmakers have voted to move the state's presidential primary three months earlier to give the nation's most populous state more influence in choosing the nominees. More>>

Bernie Sanders' health care plan puts Democrats on the spot

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is declining to endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders' universal coverage health care bill. More>>

Iceland PM's resigns, new election expected on Nov.4

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Iceland's president has accepted the resignation of the volcanic island's prime minister, who says a new election mostly likely will be held on Nov. 4. More>>

Demonized Schumer and Pelosi now deal-makers with Trump

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Now, President Donald Trump genially calls them Chuck and Nancy. More>>

Judiciary considers subpoenas for Manafort, FBI officials

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley is considering issuing subpoenas to President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman and two FBI officials close to fired director James Comey. More>>

Iceland's center-right govt collapses amid pedophile scandal

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Iceland's nine-month-old, center-right government collapsed Friday after a small coalition member quit and the country's prime minister called for a new election "as soon as possible.". More>>

Florida gov could get political boost for leadership in Irma

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Florida Gov. Rick Scott's response to Hurricane Irma could give the Republican a political boost as he contemplates a run for the U.S. Senate. More>>

The Latest: Manafort spokesman appears before grand jury

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The longtime spokesman for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has appeared before a grand jury in Washington. More>>

Kurdish parliament votes to move ahead with referendum

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Iraq's Prime Minister says he received a call from his Turkish counterpart who underscored his rejection of the controversial referendum Iraq's Kurdish region plans to hold this month. More>>

Tied down with late budget, lawmakers warned to keep on ties

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After two months of futile efforts to complete a budget, Pennsylvania lawmakers have turned their attention to what they should be wearing to the fight over state finances. More>>

Lords of the Underground rapper Doitall running for office

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A member of hip-hop trio Lords of the Underground says he's running for political office in New Jersey. More>>

Nebraska sets highest bar in US for independent candidates

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A Nebraska law approved last year without debate has set the nation's highest bar for independent candidates to qualify for races such as governor and U.S. Senate. More>>

Tillerson says Myanmar violence must stop, supports Suu Kyi

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The Senate's top Republican says Myanmar's civilian leader wants immediate and improved access for humanitarian assistance to the region amid a violent campaign against the country's Rohingya Muslims. More>>

Catalans begin campaigning for independence referendum

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Catalans begin campaigning for referendum on seceding from Spain. More>>

The Latest: 'Yes' campaign for Catalan secession kicks off

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The mayor of Barcelona says the city's residents will be able to vote on Catalonia's split from Spain after arrangements were made to protect municipal employees from possible prosecution. More>>

Longtime Trump ally Stone to appear before House intel panel

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Roger Stone, a longtime adviser to President Donald Trump, says he will appear before the House intelligence committee on Sept. 26. More>>

Activist announces bid for Corker's Tennessee Senate seat

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Conservative activist Andy Ogles is running for the U.S. Senate seat held by Tennessee Republican Bob Corker, who has so far refused to divulge whether he will seek a third term. More>>

Kennedy's running mate looks to address 'senseless' violence

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Democratic candidate for governor Chris Kennedy's newly announced running mate says he wants to address the "senseless violence" that plagues Illinois and took his son's life. More>>

Sanders would make government health care role even bigger

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Both parties are ready to roll out health care bills that make statements but have little chance of quickly becoming law. More>>

Lawyers: Teen girl Weiner sexted wanted to affect election

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Former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner and his estranged wife, Huma Abedin, have appeared before a New York City judge to ask for privacy in their divorce case. More>>

The Latest: Trump resumes Twitter feud with Hillary Clinton

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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says President Donald Trump doesn't need GOP congressional leaders at his dinner Wednesday night with Democrats. More>>

Justice won't allow FBI officials to speak to Senate panel

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The Justice Department says it will not permit two FBI officials to appear privately before a congressional committee investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. More>>

Missouri lawmaker censured over Trump assassination post

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Missouri state senators have voted to formally discipline a colleague who posted on social media that she hoped for President Donald Trump's assassination. More>>

Texas Trump supporter tapped for Federal Election Commission

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President Donald Trump has appointed James "Trey" Trainor III, a well-known election-law lawyer based in Austin, to the panel that monitors and polices federal campaign fundraising and spending. More>>

Longest serving New Mexico senator leaves bipartisan legacy

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Pete Domenici, a former Republican senator from New Mexico who became a power broker known for his work on the federal budget and energy policy, has died. More>>

Democrats capture GOP-held state seat in red Oklahoma

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A Democratic schoolteacher has defeated a Republican businessman in a special election for an Oklahoma state House seat in a traditionally GOP district. More>>

Infantino faces ethics complaint over FIFA leadership

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A former FIFA official says Gianni Infantino opposed blocking Vitaly Mutko from soccer's ruling council. More>>

Spanish officials crank up pressure on Catalan breakaway bid

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Spain's state prosecutor's office says he is investigating more than 700 Catalan mayors for cooperating with a planned regional referendum on independence that a court has ordered must be put on hold. More>>

Kid Rock opens Detroit arena with no political announcement

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Kid Rock may have more to say about his political future while performing in the opening concert at Detroit's new sports arena. More>>

De Blasio wins Democratic primary for New York City mayor

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Voters across New York state are heading to the polls to pick the winners of local primary elections. More>>

Election panel vice-chair: Group may not recommend changes

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A commission created by President Donald Trump to investigate his allegations of voter fraud is scheduled to meet in New Hampshire. More>>

Michigan attorney general Schuette launches run for governor

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Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is making official what has long seemed inevitable _ he's running for governor. More>>

China-born New Zealand lawmaker says he's loyal to new home

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A New Zealand lawmaker who was born in China says he's loyal to his new home after media reported he'd spent a decade at top Chinese military colleges and was investigated by New Zealand's intelligence agency. More>>

Iraqi Kurdish leader defends independence vote

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Lawmaker says Iraqi parliament has voted to reject a controversial referendum on independence for Iraqi Kurds set for later this month. More>>

Supreme Court blocks lower court rulings on Texas districts

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Supreme Court blocks lower court rulings that ordered some Texas congressional and legislative districts redrawn. More>>

White House says Trump 'stands by' Strange endorsement

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The White House is reaffirming its support for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange, who is locked in a tough runoff election against conservative judge Roy Moore in the race to fill Attorney General Jeff Sessions' old Senate seat. More>>

White House accuses Clinton of 'reckless attacks' in book

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The White House is accusing former campaign rival Hillary Clinton of "propping up book sales with false and reckless attacks.". More>>

4 sex scandals linked to GOP at Oklahoma Capitol in 2017

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An Oklahoma state senator was resigned after he was arrested and a former governor's aide was charged Tuesday in separate investigations linked to sex scandals. More>>

The Latest: Sanders forces universal health care issue

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Sen. Bernie Sanders is forcing the Democratic Party to take sides over his proposal to provide government-run health care for all. More>>

Latino group snubs Trump for 'disagreeable actions'

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Latino congressional group snubs Trump over 'disagreeable actions,' doesn't invite him to speak at annual convention. More>>

Hillary Clinton signs copies of new book at NYC bookstore

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Hundreds of people are crowding into a New York City bookstore to see Hillary Clinton as she promotes her new book. More>>

Other states could share oversight of California power grid

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Other Western states would share oversight of California's power grid under a plan introduced by a state lawmaker that supporters say would save as much as $1.5 billion a year and run the system more efficiently. More>>

Unhappy moderate House Republicans complicate 2018 for GOP

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Democrats are relishing the growing number of congressional Republicans deciding not to seek re-election next year. More>>

US envoy to Cambodia denies plotting to oust government

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Cambodia's main opposition party says determined to run in 2018 elections despite leader's arrest. More>>

Guatemala congress rejects lifting president's immunity

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A five-member commission of Guatemalan legislators has recommended lifting President Jimmy Morales' immunity from prosecution so he can face possible trial on campaign-finance accusations. More>>

Right holds onto power narrowly in Norway

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Norway's national election is a tight contest over national values, including how welcoming the wealthy country should be to migrants and asylum-seekers and how close it should be to the European Union. More>>

Sen. Corker, foreign relations chair, unsure he'll run again

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Sen. Bob Corker says he's not sure if he'll run for re-election. More>>

Michigan Republican congressman won't seek re-election

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Republican Rep. Dave Trott of Michigan says he will not seek re-election. More>>

Republicans jumping ship amid dissatisfaction in Trump era

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The Trump era is dividing Republicans, with moderate-leaning House Republicans jumping ship amid fears of defeat in next year's midterms or just becoming tired of participating in the chaotic politics of today. More>>

Catalan celebration focuses on right to break from Spain

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Hundreds of thousands are expected to rally Monday in Barcelona to show support for a Catalan independent nation and the right to vote in a controversial referendum that has been banned by Spain. More>>

Racial politics color New York City's looming mayoral race

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The story of NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio's 2017 re-election highlights the Democratic Party's broader struggle with racial politics in the age of Trump. More>>

The Latest: Catalans demand independence on national day

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Catalan officials say that mail-in voting by residents living abroad has already started in an independence referendum that Spain's central government says is illegal. More>>

Cambodian leader threatens opposition over arrested chief

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Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen has threatened to dissolve the opposition Cambodian National Rescue Party if it entangles itself in the legal proceedings against its chief, charged with treason last week. More>>

Advance voting begins in closely fought New Zealand election

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Advance voting has begun for a New Zealand election that could bring a change of government for the first time in nine years. More>>

North Carolina's largest city poised for mayoral primary

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Voters in North Carolina's largest city are heading to the polls to determine if an incumbent mayor embroiled in controversy over LGBT rights and a police shooting deserves a second term. More>>

Former UK leader advises immigration curbs instead of Brexit

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Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is proposing tough new immigration rules as part of a plan to keep Britain from leaving the European Union. More>>

Norway wrestles with EU ties, national values before vote

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Norway's upcoming election has sparked a wide-ranging debate about national values. More>>

Merkel criticizes hecklers in German election campaign

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A senior aide to Chancellor Angela Merkel is criticizing "self-declared patriots" who have heckled the German leader during several campaign appearances ahead of the Sept. 24 election. More>>

Clinton book relives Democrats' agonizing defeat

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In a candid, angry new book, Hillary Clinton relives her stunning defeat to Donald Trump, admitting personal mistakes and defending her campaign strategy even as her re-entrance on the political stage threatens to re-open wounds. More>>

Turkey issues travel warning for Turkish citizens in Germany

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Turkey's foreign ministry has issued a travel warning for Turkish citizens living in Germany and traveling there, citing increased right wing and racist rhetoric in the lead-up to Germany's parliamentary elections. More>>

APNewsBreak: $4M for tiny Wisconsin airport near golf course

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A tiny airport in central Wisconsin that's seen an influx of private jets since a new world-class golf course opened nearby would get $4 million in improvements under funding slipped into the state budget. More>>

Deal with Trump, GOP retirements have Dems riding higher

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Congressional Democrats are on offense again, boosted by a deal their leaders cut with President Donald Trump and by a trickle of Republican House retirements. More>>

Trump DOJ declines to charge key figure in IRS scandal

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The Trump administration has decided not to charge a key figure in the IRS' mistreatment of conservative political groups during the 2010 and 2012 elections. More>>

Joe DeNucci, boxer and long-serving politician, dies at 78

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Joe DeNucci, a boxer who became a politician and the longest-serving state auditor in Massachusetts history, has died at age 78. More>>

Bannon: 'Access Hollywood' tape cost Christie a Cabinet post

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A meeting about the fallout to Donald Trump's presidential campaign over the "Access Hollywood" tape was a litmus test that cost New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie a potential Cabinet post. More>>

Democrat to stay on Trump voter panel despite calls to leave

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New Hampshire's secretary of state says he won't leave President Donald Trump's election fraud commission despite calls from the state's U.S. senators to do so. More>>

On Capitol Hill, Trump Jr. denies collusion with Russia

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President's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., spends about five hours speaking privately to Senate staff as part of Russia collusion probe. More>>

La Liga wary of Barcelona future if Catalonia breaks away

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The Spanish league is worried about the future of Barcelona if Catalonia goes ahead with its independence process. More>>

It's a 'great thing' to deal with Democrats, Trump now says

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Democratic leaders say President Donald Trump has agreed to fund the government and increase the nation's debt limit for three month as part of a deal to rush disaster aid to Harvey victims. More>>

No collusion with Russians, Trump Jr. insists to Congress

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President Donald Trump's oldest son is scheduled to make his first appearance on Capitol Hill Thursday as part of a Senate investigation into Russian meddling in the presidential election. More>>

Tensions tear at France's far-right after election loss

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Tensions within the far-right National Front, on the rise since leader Marine Le Pen's resounding defeat in France's May presidential race, are hitting a crescendo as Le Pen prepares the party for a remake. More>>

Facebook: Accounts from Russia bought ads during US campaign

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Facebook says it has identified nearly 500 fake accounts, probably run from Russia, that it says spent about $100,000 on thousands of ads that amplified politically divisive issues during the 2016 US presidential campaign. More>>

The Latest: Trump Jr. denies collusion with Russia

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The senior Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee says questions remain about a meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer in June 2016. More>>

GOP Rep. Charlie Dent announces retirement from House

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Republican Rep. Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania, a moderate who had been sharply critical of President Donald Trump, has announced that he will not seek re-election an eighth House term next year. More>>

Illinois governor to borrow up to $6B to pay off late bills

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Gov. Bruce Rauner is reversing his position on borrowing and has agreed to take on up to $6 billion in additional debt to tackle Illinois' financial crisis. More>>

The Latest: Spanish media: Court suspends Catalan vote

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Spanish media are reporting that the country's top court has preventively suspended the call for a referendum on Catalonia's independence after accepting an appeal by central authorities in Madrid. More>>

Ex-guerrilla fighter nominated to create Kosovo's new govt

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Kosovo's Parliament has elected a new speaker, also opening the way for the nomination of a new prime minister. More>>

Trump overrules GOP with deal on spending, debt, Harvey aid

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President Donald Trump has overruled leaders of his own party, siding with Democrats on a deal to fund the government and increase the nation's debt limit for three month _ all part of an agreement to rush disaster aid to Harvey victims. More>>

Tough path for GOP on immigration _ and Trump made it harder

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On immigration, there were few easy answers for the Republican Party's most vulnerable members. More>>

Catalonia officially sets independence vote for Oct. 1

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Catalan lawmakers are voting on a bill that will allow regional authorities to officially call an Oct. 1 referendum on a split from Spain, making concrete a years-long defiance of central authorities, who see the vote as illegal. More>>

Ryan sees compromise on immigration after Trump forces issue

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Congress is on the spot after Trump announced he would phase out protections for younger immigrants in six months if lawmakers don't fix the system first. More>>

Facebook: Accounts from Russia bought ads during US campaign

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Facebook says it has identified nearly 500 fake accounts, probably run from Russia, that it says spent about $100,000 on thousands of ads that amplified politically divisive issues during the 2016 US presidential campaign. More>>

Civil rights nominee offers assurances he will be aggressive

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The Washington labor lawyer tapped to be the Trump administration's top civil rights attorney is reviled by advocates for his representation of major companies against discrimination claims. More>>

Trump Jr. to speak privately Thursday to Senate staff

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The House Intelligence Committee has subpoenaed the Justice Department and the FBI for documents related to a dossier of salacious allegations involving President Donald Trump and possible ties to Russia. More>>

Prosecutors: Sen. Menendez 'sold his office' for ritzy trips Video included

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Opening statements are set to begin in the corruption trial of U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez and a wealthy friend. More>>

Analysis: Postal woes demand jump in stamp price to 60 cents

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The ailing U.S. Postal Service would need to boost prices for mailing letters and packages by nearly 20 percent if it hopes to have enough cash on hand to avoid bankruptcy and improve delivery service. More>>

Washington GOP congressman's retirement gives Democrats hope

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Republican Rep. Dave Reichert of Washington state says he is retiring from Congress after seven terms. More>>

The Latest: Catalonia sets independence vote for Oct. 1

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Ten hours into a tense plenary session, Catalan lawmakers are still holding a heated debate on a controversial bill that lays the groundwork for an Oct. 1 referendum on independence from Spain. More>>

Clinton takes blame in upcoming book but responds to critics

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Hillary Clinton is taking the blame for her 2016 presidential defeat in her upcoming book but offers choice words for President Donald Trump, her campaign rivals and Russian President Vladimir Putin. More>>

The Latest: Trump Jr. to speak with Senate panel on Russia

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President Donald Trump's oldest son is expected to speak privately Thursday with a Senate committee investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election. More>>

Czech lawmakers lift immunity of prime minister candidate

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Czech lawmakers have agreed to lift the immunity from prosecution of a former finance minister, billionaire Andrej Babis, over an alleged fraud involving EU subsidies. More>>

Hawaii Democrats' gov showdown a repeat of 2014?

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Former Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie says a Democrat trying to unseat a Democrat governor is nothing new. More>>

Kasich joins Schwarzenegger in political map-making fight

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Ohio Gov. John Kasich is joining ex-California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in a national effort to overhaul partisan political map-making that has ushered their Republican party into power. More>>

House panel subpoenas Justice Dept., FBI over documents

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The House Intelligence Committee has subpoenaed the Justice Department and the FBI for documents related to a dossier of salacious allegations involving President Donald Trump and possible ties to Russia. More>>

Personality, not policy, set to define Hawaii governor race

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There used to be a time in Hawaii when an incumbent governor was a shoe-in for re-election. More>>

North Dakota Dem earns some Trump backers by leaning GOP

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Sen. Heidi Heitkamp is the only statewide-elected Democrat in heavily Republican North Dakota, where President Donald Trump rolled to a win last year and the GOP is optimistic about knocking out the senator in next year's midterm elections. More>>

Political reality, tabloid fodder mix in Sen. Menendez trial Video included

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The political stakes are high in the corruption trial of New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez; a conviction could alter Senate's makeup. More>>

Trump family and associates to be in Russia probe crosshairs

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A web of President Donald Trump's family members and associates will be back in the crosshairs of congressional committees investigating whether his campaign colluded with Russia. More>>

Trump tax tour heads to friendly turf in North Dakota

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Trump tax reform tour is assured of friendly reception in North Dakota, but voters want to see details. More>>

Merkel praises economy, cites challenges ahead of election

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Chancellor Angela Merkel will address Germany's parliament on the state of the country less than three weeks before an election in which she's seeking a fourth term. More>>

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