When he was running for president, Trump said NATO was "obsolete." But now, with the French president accusing the alliance of experiencing "brain death," Trump is pushing back.
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The 39th president has had a string of recent health challenges. He was released from the hospital last week following an operation to relieve pressure on his brain following two recent falls.
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Over the last year, the media has focused on a wealth tax. But there's another type of wealth taxation also on the table, and it might stand a better chance of surviving judicial review.
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Elephants, snakes and crocodiles? Researchers around the globe faced risky situations to gather wild relatives of key foods. That genetic pool could be vital to helping crops adapt to climate change.
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Montana property owners are suing BP to clean up arsenic pollution leftover from mining. The case is now before the U.S. Supreme Court and businesses worry it could open them up to huge new costs.
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The House Intelligence Committee has resumed its pas de deux of dueling documents. This time Republicans fired first with a report on Monday; Democrats are expected to riposte on Tuesday.
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As a college student, the 2020 presidential candidate was deeply frustrated with the Democratic Party during George W. Bush's presidency. He joined friends to redefine party values in bolder terms.
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A nonprofit organization has been installing Internet hot spots around Georgia to make sure rural residents, especially in communities of color, can complete census forms and apply for census jobs.
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Fans of Medicare for All are betting that most Democrats who vote have moved left since 2008, at least on health care. But results from a mix of recent polls suggest voters' views aren't clear-cut.
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In new amicus briefs, the American Medical Association and American Bar Association are among groups opposing the law, which is scheduled for oral arguments in March.
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Just last month Mayor Lori Lightfoot praised the reform-minded Eddie Johnson. On Monday, she accused him of intentionally lying to her and the public about being discovered asleep in his car.
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