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Who's paying for President Trump's weekends at Mar-a-Lago?
"The View" co-hosts discuss how taxpayers are footing the bill for the president's weekend trips to his Florida home while his administration has proposed drastic cuts to some government agencies.
New Jersey man says he lied about being POW for deck, gifts
New Jersey man admits he lied about being POW to get gifts, including a nearly $32K deck
Robert Silvers, edited New York Review of Books, dead at 87
Robert B. Silvers, longtime head of The New York Review of Books, died Monday at 87. Known as a singularly exacting and knowledgeable editor, Silvers helped found the prestigious literary journal during a 1962 newspaper strike
Waterloo museum plans exhibit on Korean War veterans
An upcoming exhibit about the Korean War at a Waterloo museum will focus on the experiences of servicemen, especially those from Iowa, as well as the weaponry they used
Duterte: Philippines can't stop China moves in disputed sea
The Philippine president says his country can't stop China's actions in contested waters, responding to a reported plan by Beijing to construct an environmental monitoring station in a disputed shoal off the Philippines' northwest coast
Bria, AP newsman who flashed Nazi surrender, dies at 101
George E. Bria, the Associated Press newsman who flashed word of the German surrender in Italy at World War II's end, has died at 101
George Braziller, literary publisher, dead at 101
George Braziller, an independent and self-taught publisher for more than 50 years who supported early novels by Norman Mailer and Arthur Miller and released fiction by Nobel laureates Orhan Pamuk and Claude Simon, has died at age 101
Jane Fonda selling merchandise featuring her famous mug shot
ABC News' Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
China plans 1st structure on disputed South China Sea shoal
China plans to build the first permanent structure on a South China Sea shoal at the heart of a territorial dispute with the Philippines
US soldiers train for jungle warfare in Hawaii rainforest
Surviving and fighting in tropical rainforests has again captured the U.S. Army's interest after years of training soldiers to do combat in the deserts of the Middle East