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FBI to break silence on Russia ties and wiretap claims

Directors of the FBI and NSA are set to testify on two explosive issues dividing the nation.

FBI Director James Comey

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Rock & roll pioneer Chuck Berry dies aged 90

An original inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986, Berry inspired a long list of artists who later covered his songs.

Chuck Berry

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Bolivia's Tsimane have healthiest hearts: study

Scientists say findings underline significance of lowering risk factors for heart disease such as smoking and drinking.

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Police raid meatpacking plants in bribery probe

Global companies as well as small rivals face crackdown as inquiry finds proof inspectors and politicians were bribed.

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Trump administration appeals block of travel ban

US government begins its legal battle to reinstate immigration order courts ruled discriminated against Muslims.

Chicago

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Donald Trump and Angela Merkel in key White House talks

The two leaders discuss NATO, the fight against ISIL, and Ukraine among other topics.

Trump and Merkel

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Nobel laureate Derek Walcott dies at 87 in St. Lucia

Winner of 1992 Nobel Prize in Literature dies at his house in Caribbean island of St. Lucia after long illness.

Nobel Prize-winning poet Derek Walcott

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Trump budget: UN sounds alarm over foreign aid cuts

Spokesman says reduction of US contribution to UN could 'undermine the impact of longer-term reform efforts'.

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Donald Trump stands by wiretapping claims

White House repeats allegations of surveillance by Obama administration despite senior lawmakers rejecting claim.

Donald Trump

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Trump's travel ban: How could Hawaii block it?

A constitutional law scholar explains how a federal court could put the US president's immigration order on hold.

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