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Trump administration transfers al Qaeda suspect to the U.S. to face terrorism charges
The president and members of his administration have previously advocated using the prison at Guantanamo Bay to hold and prosecute terrorism suspects
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Officials "very sorry" for fining little girl over lemonade stand
London man and his 5-year-old daughter gained international sympathy, and an apology from their local gov't
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Poll: Nearly 60 percent said Donald Trump Jr. shouldn't have taken Russia meeting
A plurality of Republicans, 48 percent, said Trump Jr. should have taken the meeting
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Protests over law that would let Polish leader handpick top justices
Opponents say bill that would let president appoint Supreme Court judges, sack current ones is unconstitutional
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CIA chief: Russia loves to “stick it to America”
Mike Pompeo says that’s why Moscow intends to keep forces in Syria and will keep trying to meddle in U.S. affairs; calls U.S.-Russia ties “complicated”
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2 tourists killed as powerful quake hits popular resorts
More than 120 people injured as centuries-old buildings crumble on the Greek island of Kos
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Salvador Dalí's body exhumed, mustache still in "classic shape"
Exhumation for paternity test 27 years after Spanish artist was entombed shows remains remarkably well conserved
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U.S. to ban American citizens from visiting North Korea
“Any US national that travels to North Korea will have their passport invalidated by their government,” tour company was told
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Hawaii starting campaign to help people plan for N. Korea attack
Officials stress threat level to islands is low and residents needn’t be alarmed but say better to be safe then sorry
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China announces goal of leadership in artificial intelligence by 2030
AI is one of the emerging fields -- along with renewable energy, robotics and electric cars -- where communist leaders hope to take an early lead
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Researchers discover breeding location of one of world’s most endangered animals
Bird on conservation group’s red list of globally endangered species because its worldwide population of less than 1,000 is declining at alarming rate
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Deadly earthquake shakes Greece, Turkey
The 6.5 earthquake was centered 6 miles south of Bodrum, Turkey, and 10 miles east-northeast of Kos with a depth of 6 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey
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Ban on laptops in airplane cabins lifted, U.S. officials say
All airlines and airports with flights leaving Middle East to U.S. met Homeland Security's first phase of new security measures
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Exxon slapped with fine for Russia sanctions violations
The Treasury Department fined ExxonMobil $2 million Thursday for violating U.S. sanctions in 2014 when it signed contracts with a blacklisted Russian oil executive. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was ExxonMobil's CEO at the time.
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Forensic experts open Salvador Dalí's coffin for DNA test, court says
The coffin was opened half an hour after it was lifted from the crypt where Dalí's remains have been for the past 27 years, an official said
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ExxonMobil sues administration to stop $2M fine over "disregard" of Russia sanctions
Treasury said Exxon violated sanctions when it signed contracts in May 2014 with Russian oil magnate Igor Sechin
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American student detained in China doing OK, senator's spokeswoman says
Guthrie McLean was arrested in the city of Zhengzhou on Sunday and accused of intentionally injuring the taxi driver, according to family friend
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Encouraging milestone in the fight against HIV
AIDS deaths are now down to about to half of what they were in 2005, according to the U.N. AIDS agency
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Woman jailed for sexually assaulting friend with fake penis
Judge calls case "profoundly disturbing" as he jails Gayle Newland for tricking friend into thinking she was man for sex encounters
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Cecil the Lion’s son reportedly killed by trophy hunter
Scientists hope to create “exclusion zone” around national park to prevent hunting of lions who wander beyond boundaries
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