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Former 'Apprentice' contestant Omarosa leaving White House
The White House says Omarosa Manigault Newman _ one of President Donald Trump's most prominent African-American supporters _ plans to leave the administration next month.
Tillerson's offer of talks with North Korea left hanging
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's surprising diplomatic offer of unconditional talks with North Korea hinges on two big X factors: Does the North even want talks, and is President Donald Trump fully behind his top diplomat
Advocacy groups sue US military for sexual assault records
Two advocacy groups are suing the U.S. military for records pertaining to sexual assault and the military justice system. Protect Our Defenders and the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center filed a lawsuit with a Connecticut federal court on Wednesday against the Department of Defense and the
Bombing underscores New York subway system's vulnerability
Pipe bomb that exploded under streets of New York serves as reminder of vulnerability of city's sprawling subway system
DHS secretary: Border wall would help ease 'national crisis'
Standing in front of the existing border fence north of the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas, the new head of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security says she hopes construction on a border wall will begin soon
A New Era of Friendship...
LONDON -- "The new embassy signifies a new era of friendship between our two countries," U.S. Ambassador Woody Johnson announced to reporters Wednesday at the press preview of the new U.S. Embassy in London. "When you look out through the window, it reflects the global outlook of the U.S. in the
The Latest: Mali warns IS fighters could come to Africa
The Latest: Mali's president warns IS fighters could come to Africa after defeats in Syria
Bangladesh: Accused NYC attacker followed radical preacher
Bangladeshi officials say a man accused of carrying out a bomb attack in New York City's subway system was influenced by the sermons and writings of a radical Muslim preacher but appeared to have no known links to local radical groups
Men due to leave Gitmo under Obama seem stuck under Trump
President Donald Trump hasn't announced his Guantanamo Bay policy, but so far his administration has not released a single prisoner _ a sharp contrast to his two predecessors who transferred and released hundreds of men. Freshens summary.
The Latest: Moore not conceding Senate race to Jones
Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore is not conceding to Democrat Doug Jones, telling campaign supporters "it's not over." "It's going to take some time," the candidate says during a brief appearance before supporters