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GARDINER HARRIS

Diplomats Sound the Alarm as They Are Pushed Out in Droves

A State Department exodus marks a new stage in the broken and increasingly contentious relationship between Rex W. Tillerson and much of his work force.

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TARA SIEGEL BERNARD

Dueling Appointments Lead to Clash at Consumer Protection Bureau

President Trump named his budget director as the agency’s acting leader, moving to take control just hours after its departing leader had taken steps to install his own choice for acting chief.

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Bradford Betz

House proposal would mandate training against sexual harassment

The U.S. House of Representatives plans to vote next week on requiring anti-harassment and anti-discrimination training for all members and their staffs.

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Chinese police detain woman suspected of abusing children

Authorities in China say they have detained a woman suspected of abusing children at a Beijing kindergarten run by a U.S.-listed company in a case that has caused nationwide anger.

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Gregg Re

Earliest Trump mention in Panama Papers dates to 1990s: Report

A reference to a mysterious condominium purchase and sale in the 1990s is the earliest mention of Donald Trump in the notorious Panama Papers, according to a report published Friday.

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Benjamin Brown

Cuba's Raul Castro meets with North Korean diplomat in bid to ease nuclear worries

As the nuclear threat from North Korea continues, Cuban President Raul Castro met Friday with the rogue nation's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho in a bid to diffuse tensions between Pyongyang and Washington.

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Zimbabwe judge says military action against Mugabe was legal

A Zimbabwean High Court judge has ruled that the military action leading to Robert Mugabe's resignation was legal.

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JILL COLVIN

Trump calls for crushing terrorists with military means

President Donald Trump denounced the deadly mosque attack in Egypt and reached out to its president, asserting the world must crush terrorists by military means — and insisting the U.S. needs a southern border wall and the travel ban tied up in courts.

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Benjamin Brown

'Flat Earth' rocket launch postponed, California man says

Blame it on bureaucracy: A California man who planned to launch himself 1,800 feet skyward in a home-built rocket to prove that Earth is flat has had to reschedule.

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UK: Heathrow security worker arrested with cocaine stash

British officials say a Heathrow Airport security worker has been arrested in an airport toilet after seven kilograms (15 pounds) of cocaine was seized.

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Police: Bomb kills 3, wounds 15 in southwest Pakistan

Pakistani police say a bomb has exploded in the southwestern city of Quetta, killing at least three people and wounding 15 others.

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Bradford Betz

Cleveland shooting leaves 1 youth dead, 5 injured

It was a heartbreaking tragedy on what, for many families, is usually a joyous holiday weekend.

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UK police seek to question 2 men over Oxford Circus panic

British police want to question two men who may have sparked a panic when they had an altercation on a busy subway platform at the heart of London's Oxford Street shopping district.

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235 people killed in mosque, Egypt hunts attackers

Egypt's air force launched airstrikes on "terrorist outposts" and vehicles after attackers massacred 235 people when they ambushed a mosque in northern Sinai, the military said.

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Senate repeals big bank arbitration clause

Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote to repeal a rule that made it easier for Americans to sue their banks and credit card companies.

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Senate kills rule that made it easier to sue banks

Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote Tuesday night to repeal a rule that made it easier for Americans to sue their banks and credit card companies.

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What you need to know abou the CFPB

Richard Cordray has stepped down as the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Here's what you need to know about the controversial agency.

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Trump names an interim head of the CFPB hours after the outgoing director appoints a different successor

President Donald Trump named an interim head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau shortly after the outgoing director appointed his own successor, signaling a potential showdown over who's in charge of the federal agency.

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