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Brazil’s far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro denies any ties to former White House strategist Steve Bannon
The rapper held forth with profanity, inanity and a profession of love for President Trump, who said West could be a future presidential candidate.
The administration is preparing for a major showdown over Tibet.
In Xinjiang, a whole people are being forcibly brainwashed.
We need national Internet privacy laws.
The 2018 homicide tally has already passed 2017’s total. Could changes to sentencing help?
These 10 portraits of Michael’s fury paint an incredible and gruesome scene.
Big Ten coaches agreed that the new 20-game conference schedule could lead to more postseason opportunities.
Washington has spent the week addressing issues on defense, starting on the plane ride home.
He uncovered the atomic structure of ribosomes, molecular machines that translate genetic information into proteins.
Stevon Cook said the reading from a city schools alum also expresses love of country.
If the president wanted to signal his fondness for a period before #BlackLivesMatter, he couldn't have picked a better meal.
In this edition: Five lessons from debate season, Bernie Sanders and his discontents, and the Kavanaugh conundrum for Tennessee (and West Virginia) Democrats.
A new cast of celebrities and famous-for-politics personalities enter the stage as the wide-open presidential race starts to take shape.
Belgian police carried out 44 raids and have charged several people with corruption, tax evasion and money laundering.
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