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Nearly 200 Democrats sue Donald Trump over 'benefits'

Politicians say president violates the constitution over payments from foreign governments via Trump's businesses.

Trump's businesses

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Top US politician Steve Scalise, aides shot in Virginia

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and at least four others shot and wounded during baseball practice in Virginia.

Majority Whip Steve Scalise

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US: Gulf crisis trending in a positive direction

State Department says 'worst is behind us' after top US and Saudi diplomats discuss Gulf diplomatic rift in Washington.

Tillerson, Jubeir

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Jeff Sessions calls Russia claims a 'detestable lie'

US attorney-general calls alleged collusion with Russian officials in the US election 'appalling' in vehement denial.

US Attorney-General Jeff Sessions

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Panama's ex-president Martinelli arrested in Florida

Ricardo Martinelli detained on extradition warrant from Panama, where he is accused of political espionage and graft.

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Peru's president warns of refugee crisis in Venezuela

President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski says Venezuela unrest could lead to 'blood bath' as violence continues on the streets.

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Trump's 'Muslim ban' dealt new blow by US appeals court

Immigration 'not a one-person show' and security not a 'talismanic incantation' for executive power, judges rule.

Muslim ban

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Donald Trump sued over president's business benefits

Lawsuit alleges president is 'flagrantly violating the constitution' as his businesses frequently used by officials.

Trump International Hotel

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Puerto Ricans vote for statehood in referendum

Main opposition party in US territory rejects result, however, saying low turnout represents 'boycott' of the move.

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Puerto Ricans voting in referendum on political status

Voters choosing between independence, US statehood or maintaining territorial standing but some decry non-binding poll.

Ricardo Rossello

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