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Milo Yiannopoulos Quits Breitbart Over Child Sex Remarks

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Provocative far-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos resigned on Tuesday as a senior editor of the Breitbart News website after he was vilified and lost a book deal over comments that condoned certain intimate relations between men and young teenage boys.

Russia's UN Envoy Churkin Dies Suddenly In New York

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Russia's combative ambassador to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, died suddenly in New York on Monday after being taken ill at work, the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

Trump's Defense Chief: 'We're Not In Iraq To Seize Anybody's Oil'

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The U.S. military is "not in Iraq to seize anybody's oil", Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said, distancing himself from remarks by President Donald Trump, as he held talks with Iraqi leaders on Monday.

Biggest Storm Deadly Floods Five Years Southern California Claim Lives

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Southern California cleaned up on Saturday after its biggest storm in years unleashed a wave of rain and snow that killed at least three people and triggered flooding, mudslides, high winds and power outages, officials said.

10 Of The Most Captivating Images From Around The World This Week

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Here’s another way of looking back to the week: a colorful glimpse of the events from around the world.

Only A Month Into His Presidency, Trump Is Back On The Campaign Trail

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President Donald Trump, after a rocky first month in office, returned to the campaign trail on Saturday to deliver another attack on the media and tout his White House accomplishments in the friendly and familiar atmosphere of a rally with supporters.

Suspect In Kim Jong Nam Killing Thought She Was Involved In A TV Prank

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The woman with the acronym 'LOL' on her shirt who was arrested this week in connection with the murder of North Korea's Kim Jong Nam stayed in cheap hotels, carried a wad of cash and cut her hair a day before the brazen attack at Kuala Lumpur airport.

Trump's EPA Pick Scott Pruitt Confirmed To Head Agency He's Sued

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The U.S. Senate confirmed President Donald Trump's pick to run the Environmental Protection Agency on Friday over the objections of Democrats and green groups worried he will gut the agency, as the administration readies executive orders to ease regulation on drillers and miners.

No Plan To Use National Guard For Immigration Enforcement: White House

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The White House on Friday said there was no plan to utilize the National Guard to round up unauthorized immigrants, after a news report asserted that the proposal had been under consideration by the Trump administration.

Trump To Replace Travel Ban Order In Near Future

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U.S. President Donald Trump will replace his executive order suspending travel from seven Muslim-majority countries "in the near future," according to a Justice Department court filing on Thursday.

Defense Chief Mattis: 'Little Doubt' Russia Interfered In Elections

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U.S. President Donald Trump's defense secretary on Thursday said he did not see possible military collaboration with Russia now, in a blow to Moscow's hopes to mend ties with Washington after Trump's election.

Trump Taps Ex-labor Board Member Acosta To Be Labor Secretary

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President Donald Trump on Thursday nominated former National Labor Relations Board member R. Alexander Acosta to serve as U.S. secretary of labor, one day after Trump's original choice withdrew.