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The weekly edition of the extremist group's Al-Naba newspaper says that the driver in Tuesday's attack is "one of the caliphate's soldiers."
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Critics say an effort to let Alzheimer's patients and others formally refuse feeding by hand as part of an advance directive raises concerns about potential mistreatment of the vulnerable.
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Indictments and a plea agreement in Robert Mueller's investigation lead to reports that President Trump is considering firing Mueller or disarming him by pardoning the targets of the investigation.
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The Republicans say their new tax plan will allow tax payers to file their returns on a postcard. Here's where it gets complicated.
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Despite Tuesday's terrorist attack the mayor decided not to cancel Sunday's race, and the NYPD is increasing the number of officers and other safety measures along the course, and around the city.
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Trump will commence the longest foreign trip of his tenure on Friday, focusing on North Korea's nuclear threat and the U.S. trade deficit with China.
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Putting regional pressure on the Kim Jong Un regime is expected to be the main push of the five-nation tour that includes Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines.
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Donna Brazile, who took over as interim chairperson of the Democratic National Committee in the wake of hacked emails, says the Clinton camp and the party struck a deal to pay off lingering debts.
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For 11 minutes around 7 p.m. on Thursday, Trump's Twitter feed fell silent. Twitter says it was the work of a "customer support employee" on their last day on the job.