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19 May 2017
Trump's extraordinarily dense first trip -- six stops in eight days, and countless face-to-face meetings from Saudi King Salman to Pope Francis via France's new leader, Emmanuel Macron...
19 May 2017
Temer and a senior senator, Aecio Neves, were among those "who attempted to prevent the Car Wash investigations from advancing," Prosecutor General Rodrigo Janot wrote in a court filing that was made public on Friday.
19 May 2017
Anthony Weiner, the disgraced former US Congressman, estranged husband of one of Hillary Clinton's closest aides and former candidate for New York mayor pleaded guilty on Friday to sexting a school girl.
18 May 2017
A car struck pedestrians in New York's Times Square on Thursday, causing multiple injuries in one of the most popular tourists spots in Manhattan, police and an AFP photographer said.
18 May 2017
Roger Ailes, who built Fox News into a powerful cable giant that transformed both American television and politics, has died at the age of 77, the network announced Thursday.
18 May 2017
"House of Cards" star Robin Wright -- who plays a quietly Machiavellian First Lady in the hit Netflix series -- said Thursday that Michelle Obama should be the next US president.
18 May 2017
A former FBI chief was tasked Wednesday with leading a beefed-up investigation into whether Donald Trump's team colluded with Russia to tilt the 2016 election in the president's favor.
18 May 2017
Mike Flynn, Donald Trump's fired national security adviser, told the president-elect's transition team that he was the subject of a federal investigation, but was hired for the post anyway, the New York Times reported late Wednesday.
17 May 2017
Chelsea Manning, the transgender army private jailed for one of the largest leaks of classified documents in US history, was released from a maximum-security prison in Kansas Wednesday after seven years behind bars.
17 May 2017
Donald Trump gave vent to frustrations over his mounting political problems Wednesday, declaring that no president in US history had been treated "more unfairly."
17 May 2017
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Wednesday warned against "rushing to judgment" over embattled President Donald Trump, stressing that US lawmakers need to establish the facts before considering next steps.
17 May 2017
Donald Trump's beleaguered White House was rocked Tuesday by a pair of explosive allegations -- that he personally tried to quash an FBI investigation, and that he disclosed highly classified information to top Russian officials.

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