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At Site of Deaths, Our Reporters Find Cost of US-ISIS Battle
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A man stood near several bodies recovered from a house that was destroyed in the Mosul Jidideh neighborhood. Scores of residents are believed to have been killed in American-led airstrikes that hit the neighborhood this month. Credit Felipe ...
After civilians killed in Mosul, Pentagon denies loosening rules
Pentagon to Investigate Claim of 200 Civilian Deaths in Mosul Airstrikes
Mosul civilians caught in ISIS crossfire as dramatic video emerges
Cyclone Debbie: 'Monster' storm makes landfall in Australia
A powerful cyclone carrying winds of up to 263km/h (163 mph) has reached the coast of Queensland, Australia. More than 25,000 people were urged to evacuate ahead of Cyclone Debbie. The category four storm has already left at least 23,000 homes ...
Cyclone Debbie makes landfall on Queensland coast
Mosul, Russia, Queensland: Your Morning Briefing
Northeast Australia in grip of 'monster' Cyclone Debbie
Trump: House panel should investigate Clinton, not me
Washington (CNN) Amid an expanding chorus of questions about interaction between Russian officials and his own advisers during the presidential campaign, President Donald Trump resurfaced attacks in a set of tweets Monday night alleging improper ...
Trump tweets: 'Trump Russia story is a hoax'
Trump tweets: 'Russia story is a hoax'
FISAgate: The Question Is Not Whether Trump Associates Were Monitored
US leads boycott of UN talks to ban nuclear weapons
United Nations, New York (CNN) US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley announced Monday that the United States and almost 40 other nations would not participate in the first-ever talks on an international treaty to ban nuclear weapons. Flanked ...
Trump can boost national security, own legacy with Russian arms deal
World nuclear ban 'not realistic', says US ambassador to UN
US leads major powers in protesting UN effort to ban nuclear weapons
As N. Korea fires missiles, some in Japan want the ability to launch strikes
TOKYO â As the threat from North Korea's missiles grows, so the calls in Japan for a stronger military response are getting louder. An influential group of politicians is publicly arguing for technically pacifist Japan to acquire the ability to strike ...
North Korea tests rocket engine: US officials
North Korea conducts another missile engine test, US officials say
North Korea Tests Rocket, Officials Say
Canada to legalize recreational marijuana in 2018, official says
TORONTO -- Canadians should be able to smoke marijuana legally by July 1, 2018, a senior government official said Monday. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government will introduce legislation to legalize recreational marijuana the week of April ...
Cardinals fan feels duped by hotel over opening day ticket package
Manitoba's only licenced medical marijuana producer eyes storefront to serve recreational market
Marijuana will be legal in Canada by July
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Aleksei Navalny, Russian Opposition Leader, Receives 15-Day Sentence
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Aleksei A. Navalny at a court in Moscow on Monday. He told reporters that he was âamazedâ by the number of cities and by how many people had taken part in demonstrations. Credit Denis Tyrin/Associated Press. MOSCOW â A day after the largest ...
Ducks, sneakers and mass arrests: Why are Russians protesting?
Russia's Protests Explained: Why Rubber Ducks, Sneakers Are at Demonstrations
Here's what I saw at the huge Moscow anti-corruption protest
Trump's first 100 days: A big failure, and a new low in the polls
Here's where things stand heading into Day 68 of the Trump administration: President Trump is coming off the first big legislative defeat of his presidency, and now he's got the poll numbers to prove it. The newest Gallup daily tracking poll â the ...
Donald Trump's Low Ratings May Be Getting Even Worse
President Trump's Approval Rating Just Dropped to an All-Time Low
Donald Trump approval rating: Failed healthcare vote drags president's low numbers lower
Talks produce no progress in Scottish independence dispute
LONDON â The leaders of Britain and Scotland met for talks Monday, but failed to resolve their differences over a new push for Scottish independence as the U.K. prepares to leave the European Union. U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and Scottish First ...
How will Brussels react to Article 50 being triggered?
Scottish lawmakers to hold independence vote on eve of Brexit