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The fiancee of murdered Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi and a Washington-based organization accused Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of ordering the killing in a lawsuit filed in a U.S. court on Tuesday.

Democrats zeroed in on key issues surrounding health care in the third day of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination hearing Wednesday, as Republicans argued members of the other party have overblown their criticisms of a qualified judge.

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The coronavirus was always expected to make a comeback this winter, but an autumn rebound in infections across Europe and North America could make the colder months even more daunting than public health officials had anticipated.

President Donald Trump scrapped fiscal stimulus talks this week after failing to swing Senate Republicans behind a package Democrats could support. With negotiations back on, the obstacles are just as daunting, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi termed Trump's latest offer "insufficient."

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President Donald Trump will make his first public appearance since returning from a three-day hospitalization for COVID-19, setting the stage for a return to the campaign trail even as questions remain about whether he's still contagious.

 A trio of appeals court judges have emerged as front-runners as President Donald Trump prepares to nominate his third justice to the Supreme Court: Amy Coney Barrett, Barbara Lagoa and Amul Thapar, according to people familiar with the process.

TikTok and its Chinese parent company ByteDance are making a fresh legal attempt to stop the impending end of the popular app in the United States.

All social gatherings of more than six people will be banned in England, under new limits to be announced by U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday, as coronavirus cases grow.

Peter Strzok, the former FBI agent who started the 2016 probe into Russian election interference, says President Donald Trump remains a "clear and present danger" to U.S. national security after being compromised by personal and financial dealings with Russia.

As protests against racism and police brutality continue in the country, President Donald Trump made preserving "law and order" central to his reelection campaign at this week's Republican convention, arguing that a Joe Biden presidency  will result in socialism and anarchy.

President Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination Thursday night before a large crowd on the White House South Lawn, casting himself as an insurgent rather than an incumbent, and recasting his first-term record as a resounding success despite a historic collision of national crises.

Belarus jailed two leaders of the largest protests against President Alexander Lukashenko in the country's history, a shift in tactic after police violence against peaceful demonstrators sparked widespread outrage.

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South Korean health authorities on Saturday reported new coronavirus cases in the triple digits for the second day in a row, as the country continues to see an uptick in local infections, prompting the government to impose new restrictions.

President Vladimir Putin said Russia cleared the world’s first COVID-19 vaccine for use and hopes to begin mass inoculation soon, even before clinical testing has finished.

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President Donald Trump announced four executive actions on Saturday, including continued expanded unemployment benefits and a temporary payroll tax deferral for some workers, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hobble the U.S. economy.

BEIRUT – A massive explosion at Lebanon’s main port rocked Beirut on Tuesday, overwhelming hospitals dealing with the injured and dying. The blast was so large it blew out windows across the capital and was even heard from Cyprus.

WASHINGTON – The Pentagon said Wednesday it would withdraw nearly 12,000 U.S. troops from Germany, carrying out an order from President Donald Trump to punish Berlin for failing to meet NATO defense spending targets.

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Regis Philbin, the effervescent broadcast personality whose everyman shtick, pithy one-liners and ability to relate to a live studio audience on talk shows such as "Live! With Regis and Kelly" kept him face-to-face with America for seven decades, has died.

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Princeton University Saturday announced it would strip the name of former President Woodrow Wilson from its school of public and international affairs and one of its residential colleges, following letters and calls from students and alumni.

MEXICO CITY – Mexico’s 7.5-magnitude earthquake has left 10 people dead, authorities said Wednesday, with 23 people reported injured and more than 2,000 buildings damaged.