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President Donald Trump on Friday authorized an extension of federal benefits to Puerto Rico, because it still has not fully recovered from Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
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A painting found in a suitcase in was confirmed to be a stolen work by French painter Edgar Degas, French authorities said on Friday. [Read More]
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China's government seized the assets of privately-owned Anbang Insurance Group, which owns New York City's Waldorf-Astoria hotel and other global properties. [Read More]
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The U.S. embassy in Israel will move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in May, a State Department official confirmed on Friday. [Read More]
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Archbishop Charles Scicluna, the Vatican envoy sent to Chile to investigate allegations of sexual abuse, underwent emergency surgery... [Read More]
President Donald Trump's first economic report to Congress, released Wednesday, blames the Obama administration for a slow recovery after the financial crisis. [Read More]
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A close aide to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu testified for prosecutors Wednesday in an ongoing corruption scandal involving the leader. [Read More]
A three-day carnival in Basel, Switzerland, started at the traditional time of 4 a.m. on Monday, with a lights-out parade through the city. [Read More]
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The driver of a press van following President Donald Trump's motorcade in South Florida was detained Monday after a firearm was found in his baggage. [Read More]
Indonesia's volcanic Mount Sinabung erupted on Monday, sending ash and smoke about 16,000 feet into the air. [Read More]
The majority of KFC restaurants in Britain remained closed on Monday due to a chicken shortage caused by a new delivery contract, the company said. [Read More]
Two dozen states are under storm alerts on Monday -- with heavy rain, snow, ice and strong winds expected in the coming days. [Read More]
Russia's foreign minister on Monday warned the United States against "playing with fire" in Syria by acting in its own political self interest. [Read More]
As Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu faces charges of his own, members of his inner circle have been arrested on suspicion they intervened with regulators. [Read More]
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