The chancellor's coalition, headed by her center-right Christian Democratic Union (CDU) has been in limbo since inconclusive September elections.
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"I think you can either laugh about it, or you can cry about it," American cross-country skier Jessie Diggins says.
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A total of 19,145 donors — that's roughly the population of Johnstown, Pa. — gave or spent $2.6 billion in the 2016 campaigns.
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A package of mental health bills in California aims to make it easier for new moms to get help and to build awareness among more health workers of postpartum mood disorders.
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In a tweet, the president called the death of Indianapolis Colt linebacker Edwin Jackson by a suspected drunk driver who is in the U.S. illegally a "preventable" tragedy.
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Critics say Feinstein — the oldest member of the U.S. Senate at 84 — should not run for another six-year term. But an expert says chronological age doesn't tell you much about ability.
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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirms that the president has directed the Pentagon to look into such an event, possibly to take place on Veterans Day.
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The accusations against the 76-year-old billionaire who owns casinos in Las Vegas and the Chinese territory of Macau were first published last month by The Wall Street Journal.
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The National Transportation Safety Board said two recent commuter rail accidents that killed one person and injured more than 200 others were caused by engineers falling asleep at the controls.
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The famed director responded to a New York Times account in which Thurman alleged that she was pressured by him to drive an unsafe car on a sandy road.
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The identity of the jurors will be shielded from the alleged cartel leader, Joaquin Guzman, his legal team, prosecutors and the press. The jury will get additional protections inside the courthouse.
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The Peabody-winning correspondent spent nearly three decades with the network. NPR's announcement came on the same day as reports of alleged sexual harassment, which he says are "not true."
Wholesalers, retailers and food distribution giants allege that America's biggest poultry processors colluded to raise the price of broiler chickens over a decade.
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Among the issues roiling the Times is the turnover of executives after reporting by NPR's David Folkenflik on allegations of sexual harassment. Times journalists also voted recently to unionize.
The measure would make it illegal to accuse Poland of complicity in crimes committed by Nazi Germany. First, the controversial legislation will go to constitutional tribunal for review.
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