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Democrats to Pick New Chair

Democrats neared the end of a long, competitive battle to choose a new national party chairman who will attempt to turn widespread opposition to President Donald Trump into more election victories

President Donald Trump walks from Marine One to the White House Feb. 24, 2017 in Washington, DC.

FBI Broke Rules Talking to the White House About Russia

FBI officials may have violated multiple existing rules governing contacts between the bureau and White House officials when they spoke earlier this month with President Trump's top aide about their ongoing investigation into Russia’s interference in the presidential election, former officials say

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Syrian Town Freed from ISIS Hit by Second Car Bomb

Syrian opposition activists say a second car bomb has exploded in a town just captured from ISIS militants by Turkish troops and Syrian fighters, leaving at least eight people dead. An earlier explosion in the same village killed at least 60

Ehlena Fry, of Michigan, is pictured in this undated photo with her goldendoodle service dog, Wonder.

Supreme Court Sides With Girl on Service Dog

The family of a Michigan girl with cerebral palsy who was barred from bringing her service dog to school is hailing a Supreme Court ruling in their favor as a victory for all children with disabilities

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Uber to Users Deleting App: We’re ‘Deeply Hurting’

Uber sent messages to users who deleted the ride-share app telling them the company is "deeply hurting" after allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace. Some users are citing Susan Fowler's charges of harassment as their reason for deleting the app

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White House Bars News Outlets from Daily Briefing

Hours after President Trump told conservative activists that he planned to "do something" about unfair press coverage, the White House broke with tradition by limiting access to the daily briefing by Press Secretary Sean Spicer

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Obamacare Is the Most Popular It's Been in 7 Years

The Affordable Care Act is the most popular it has been in years as Republicans talk about repeal, according to a new study. A Kaiser Family Foundation survey found that 48% of respondents reported a favorable view of the law, with 42% reporting an unfavorable view

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Men of Asian Ethnicity Shot in 'Racial Attack' in Kansas Bar

A gunman opened fire in a Kansas bar, killing one man and injuring two others in what witnesses say may have been a racially motivated crime. A witness reportedly heard the suspect say "get out of my country" before he fired at two men of South Asian ethnicity

J.C. Penney has slashed employee hours to cut costs.

J.C. Penney Is Closing up to 140 Stores

Department store giant J.C. Penney is planning to close 130 to 140 stores and two distribution centers. J.C. Penney[/f500link] told investors Friday that it would shutter the locations in upcoming months

What's Next For The Anti-Trump Movement

Republican senators and representatives have been met by vocal crowds this week, a groundswell that has led some to see a left-wing echo of the outrage that propelled the Tea Party

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Nerve Agent Used in the Murder of Kim Jong Nam: Police

The banned chemical weapon VX nerve agent was used to kill Kim Jong Nam, the North Korean ruler's half brother who was poisoned at Kuala Lumpur airport, police said. The announcement raised serious questions about public safety in the building