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Unorthodox Trump Faces Toughest Test Yet in NKorea Summit

Unorthodox Trump Faces Toughest Test Yet in NKorea Summit

By Zeke Miller and Catherine Lucey | Jun 10
The impulsive American president, who just this weekend sowed chaos within the Western alliance, is set to face his match on the global stage as he prepares to meet Kim in Singapore on Tuesday.

Trump Eyes Pardon for Ali, May Not Be Needed

Trump Eyes Pardon for Ali, May Not Be Needed

Jun 10
President Donald Trump said he is thinking about pardoning Muhammad Ali, even though the Supreme Court vacated the late boxing champion's conviction in 1971. Trump also asserted he has the right to pardon himself, but hasn't done anything wrong.

In Pro-Trump ND, Democrat Heitkamp Has No Time for Resisting

In Pro-Trump ND, Democrat Heitkamp Has No Time for Resisting

By Thomas Beaumont | Jun 10
The first-term U.S. senator, among the most vulnerable in her party seeking re-election this year, is maneuvering herself at once as an ally of the Republican president on policy, and a polite opponent at other times.

Justice Dept. Takes Aim at Heart of Health Law

Justice Dept. Takes Aim at Heart of Health Law

By Mark Sherman | Jun 8
The Trump administration said in a court filing late Thursday that it will no longer defend key parts of the Affordable Care Act.

Democrats: Trump Violating Ban on Accepting Foreign Favors

Democrats: Trump Violating Ban on Accepting Foreign Favors

By Tami Abdollah | Jun 8
Lawyers representing nearly 200 Democrats in Congress plan to argue in federal court that President Donald Trump is violating the Constitution by accepting foreign state favors without first seeking congressional approval.

Watch: Gay Maryland Candidate Kisses Spouse in Ad Aimed at Trump

Watch: Gay Maryland Candidate Kisses Spouse in Ad Aimed at Trump

By Brian Witte | Jun 7
An openly gay Maryland candidate for governor is airing what gay rights activists say is the nation's first-ever political ad showing a same-sex couple kissing and it includes a jab at President Donald Trump.

Rohingya: Educated Targeted In Myanmar Genocide

Rohingya: Educated Targeted In Myanmar Genocide

Jun 7
Teachers, elders and religious leaders tell The Associated Press that educated Rohingya have been singled out as part of Myanmar's operation to drive the Muslim minority from Buddhist Myanmar.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump Blames Dems for Border Separations

AP FACT CHECK: Trump Blames Dems for Border Separations

By Anne Flaherty | Jun 7
President Donald Trump is falsely claiming that "bad legislation passed by the Democrats" has forced his administration to separate children from their families at the border, even though no such law exists.

Contenders Await Ballot Counting in San Francisco Mayor Race

Contenders Await Ballot Counting in San Francisco Mayor Race

By Janie Har | Jun 7
The two leading candidates in San Francisco's race for mayor are resigned to days of uncertainty as the contest remained too close to call and tens of thousands of ballots waited to be counted Wednesday.

Trump Declares Primaries Delivered 'Great Night' for GOP

Trump Declares Primaries Delivered 'Great Night' for GOP

By Steve Peoples and Michael R. Blood | Jun 6
Primaries in eight states bolstered Democrats' hopes for a "blue wave" in November, but President Donald Trump put his own spin on the races, declaring Wednesday "the Trump impact" had delivered a "great night" for Republicans.

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