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'Bomb cyclone' smashes eastern US

A rare winter storm brings Florida's state capital its first snow in decades.

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US: Muslims to become second-largest religious group

By 2050 the number of Muslims is projected to reach 8.1 million, or 2.1 percent, of the total US population.

Muslims

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Bannon says Trump Jr meeting with Russians 'treasonous'

US President Donald Trump hits out at Steve Bannon, saying his former chief strategist has 'lost his mind'.

Steve Bannon

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Doug Jones and Tina Smith sworn in as US senators

Two new senators join US politics as sexual misconduct scandals by powerful men affect politicians.

Doug Jones

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Nikki Haley: Pakistan playing 'double game' for years

UN envoy Nikki Haley says Trump willing to cut all aid to Islamabad as Washington prepares to take action.

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US Dreamers 'see more opportunity' in return to Mexico

Mexico is preparing to welcome back the Dreamers, thousands of young people who were brought to the United States as children and are undocumented.

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Donald Trump threatens cutting off aid to Palestinians

Trump, whose move to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital prompted global condemnation, suggests cutting aid to PA.

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Peru: Dozens die as bus plunges 100 metres off cliff

At least 48 people die in Peru when their bus tumbles down a cliff after being struck by a truck.

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Petrobras to pay nearly $3bn to settle US lawsuit

Brazilian oil company agrees to settle US lawsuits over ongoing corruption scandal.

Petrobras

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US will do 'anything we can' to limit civilian deaths

US vows to work with Saudi-led coalition to limit civilian casualties, after more than 100 deaths in the last 10 days.

Defence Secretary James Mattis

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The US government's stopgap funding expires on January 19 and negotiations on a budget have stalled. What happens next?

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