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Brazil’s far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro denies any ties to former White House strategist Steve Bannon

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The rapper held forth with profanity, inanity and a profession of love for President Trump, who said West could be a future presidential candidate.

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Indian equity managers were reckless to pile into thinly traded shares. Brace for worse if investors run for the exits.

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The 2018 homicide tally has already passed 2017’s total. Could changes to sentencing help?

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Big Ten coaches agreed that the new 20-game conference schedule could lead to more postseason opportunities.

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He uncovered the atomic structure of ribosomes, molecular machines that translate genetic information into proteins.

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If the president wanted to signal his fondness for a period before #BlackLivesMatter, he couldn't have picked a better meal.

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The celebrification of our politics should leave us “So Appalled.”

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In this edition: Five lessons from debate season, Bernie Sanders and his discontents, and the Kavanaugh conundrum for Tennessee (and West Virginia) Democrats.

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A new cast of celebrities and famous-for-politics personalities enter the stage as the wide-open presidential race starts to take shape.

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Belgian soccer is facing a massive corruption probe

Belgian police carried out 44 raids and have charged several people with corruption, tax evasion and money laundering.

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Several thousand Bosnian Croat nationalists have protested the election victory of a moderate politician last weekend in the race for the Croat seat in Bosnia’s three-person presidency

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Colombian officials say at least 12 people have died in a mudslide that swept through their mountainside homes

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Even a brief pause in the U.S. rally could be just what the doctor ordered for developing countries, and not a moment too soon.

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