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John Brennan: North Korea 'Duped' Trump Into 'Mindlessly' Quashing Sanctions
The former CIA director expressed concerns over the president's “very abnormal” and “bizarre" behavior.
Trump Cancels New North Korea-Linked Sanctions A Day After They Were Announced
The White House said Trump "likes" Kim Jong Un and didn't think the Treasury Department's sanctions were necessary.
U.S. Imposes First New North Korea Sanctions Since Trump's Failed Summit
By David Brunnstrom and Matt Spetalnick, Reuters
The move prohibits U.S. dealings with the designated companies and freezes any assets they have in the United States.
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What Everyone Can Learn From The Indian Beauty Formula
Indian beauty is more about continuous care than a one-and-done solution, says one Indian-American beauty expert.
Mariners Icon Ichiro Suzuki Announces Retirement In Japan
An emotional Suzuki left the baseball field to a standing ovation from a sold-out crowd in Tokyo.
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Trump Suggests U.S. Will Formally Recognize Israeli Control Over Golan Heights
By Steve Holland and Matt Spetalnick, Reuters
Recognition of the disputed land would mark a dramatic shift in U.S. policy and boost Benjamin Netanyahu's re-election bid.
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1,600 Hotel Guests In South Korea Were Secretly Livestreamed On The Internet
Police booked four people on Wednesday in connection with the "spy camera" scheme.
Donald Trump: 'I Don't Mind' If Public Sees Robert Mueller's Russia Probe Report
"Let it come out," the president told reporters at the White House.
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Whale Ate 88 Pounds Of Plastic Before Washing Up Dead In Philippines
“I was not prepared for the amount of plastic," said Darrell Blatchley, who recovered the animal.
Ethiopian Airlines Black Boxes Show ‘Clear Similarities’ With Lion Air Crash: Official
By Maggie Fick, Reuters
Both planes were Boeing 737 MAX 8s and both crashed minutes after take off.
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Trump Has Touted Debunked Story About U.S. General Killing 49 Muslims To End Terrorism
Bullets were "dipped in pig's blood," he claimed, one of his many past comments under new scrutiny following the New Zealand attack.
Paul Manafort Charged With Real Estate Fraud In New York
The indictment was announced moments after Manafort was sentenced to prison on federal conspiracy charges.
K-Pop’s ‘Great Gatsby’ Quits Showbiz Over Sex Scandal
South Korea’s high-living “Great Gatsby” has been named in the operation of a prostitution ring.
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K-Pop Star Seungri Quits Amid Prostitution Scandal
South Korea's high-living "Great Gatsby" has been named in the operation of a prostitution ring.
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Philippine President Used The Word 'Bitch' To Refer To Women At Gender Equality Event
Rodrigo Duterte also referred to the audience of female military and police as "crazy women."
Airlines Ground Boeing Planes After Crash
Concerns are following a Boeing 737 Max 8 crash in Ethiopia that killed everyone on board.
Woman Accused Of Assassinating Kim Jong Un's Half-Brother Freed
By Eileen Ng, AP
Siti Aisyah and a co-defendant were accused of smearing VX nerve agent on Kim Jong Nam’s face in 2017.
Top House Republican Blasts Trump Plan To Charge Allies A Premium On U.S. Troops
Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) said the president's "cost plus 50" formula would be "absolutely devastating" for national security.
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John Bolton Refuses To Comment On New Images Of North Korean Launch Site
The national security adviser said he has his eye on North Korea but won't speculate on the photos.
Over 80 Hurt As Japanese Ferry Collides With Object Suspected To Be A Whale
As many as 13 passengers were seriously injured and the stern was cracked.
Meet Thailand's First Transgender Woman To Run For Prime Minister
By Rina Chandran, Reuters
Pauline Ngarmpring is "challenging the traditional norms of gender and sexuality" in the country, activists say.
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Hiring Dips As U.S. Adds Just 20,000 Jobs In February
By Christopher Rugaber, AP
A weaker global economy, a trade war with China and signs of caution among consumers likely contributed to slow growth.
Judge Gives Trump Ex-Aide Manafort Leniency: Under 4 Years In Prison
By Sarah N. Lynch, Andy Sullivan and Jan Wolfe, Reuters
Ellis disregarded federal sentencing guidelines cited by prosecutors that called for 19-1/2 to 24 years in prison.
Guy Accidentally Crashes A Dull Ceremony In The Most Hilarious Way
Every long, boring ceremony should get an interruption like this.
North Korea Rebuilds Part Of Missile Launch Site It Promised Trump To Dismantle
By David Brunnstrom and Lisa Lambert, Reuters
The East Asian country is reportedly “pursuing a rapid rebuilding” at the site.
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Lawmakers Slam Trump’s ‘Inadequate’ Response To China’s Alleged Abuse Of Muslims
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has urged the Trump administration to hold Beijing "accountable" for their alleged persecution of Uighurs.
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