US could step up pressure on N. Korea
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For months, former US officials and experts warned that President Donald Trump’s plan to rely on China to pressure North Korea into giving up its nuclear weapons was futile.

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Press invited, disinvited from Trump re-election fundraiser
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Hours after telling reporters they would be allowed to cover President Donald Trump’s first re-election fundraiser in Washington on Wednesday, the White House abruptly switched course, closing the event to media in a break from past precedent.

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7 ways the iPhone has made life worse
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This week marks the tenth anniversary of the iPhone. For hundreds of millions of us, this device — just 4 ounces when introduced — has come to dominate our lives. Now we can find seemingly any answer to anything with a few taps of the thumb and forefinger. Everything from dinner to a date is […]

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He tried using a Monopoly card to 'Get out of jail free'
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A Minnesota man did not pass ‘Go’ over the weekend, and he did not collect his $200. Despite the instructions on his trusty “Get out of jail free” card, he went directly to jail.

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Acosta: We're witnessing erosion of freedoms
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During a panel discussion, CNN’s Jim Acosta said the White House’s decision to hold off-camera briefings is an “erosion of our freedoms in terms of covering the President of the United States.”

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Deadly bus shootout caught on camera
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Newly released footage shows Baltimore officers in a shootout with a man who opened fire on a city bus.

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Snake bites in US are on the rise
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Meg Trammell, age 11, had just eaten supper after her first day of school at Advent Episcopal School in downtown Birmingham, Alabama.

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How social media affects teens' brains
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Whether you’re on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, What’s App or Twitter, the way you communicate with friends today is changing.

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Case raises questions of fairness in executing mentally ill
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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — William Morva showed signs of mental illness long before he killed two men during an escape from custody in 2006, friends and family say. In the years leading up to the killings, Morva began sleeping in the woods, showed up barefoot at his father's funeral and was banned from a school […]

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