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Facing negative polls and internal tensions.
Raises pressure on Europeans trying to save the accord a year after the U.S. withdrawal.
Projections indicate that 9 countries will be responsible for more than half the projected growth.
The federal Government Accountability Office says the boom on the Pegasus could scratch fighter jets.
The justices ordered Oregon judges to reconsider bakers’ refusal to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple.
The justices let stand a lower court decision putting the new map in place. It is likely to help Democrats.
She was a descendant of financier Cornelius Vanderbilt and the mother of CNN newsman Anderson Cooper.
The animal belonged to an ancient subspecies of wolf that lived at the same time as mammoths.
President Xi Jinping has cemented his hold on power, but activists are newly emboldened.
Comes as protesters and police were gathered near the city’s government headquarters after a protest.
Mexico plans to position 6,000 National Guard troops by Tuesday to its border with Guatemala.
Procedure uses medications that block testosterone production in order to decrease sex drive.
Touching allegedly escalated to “sexual intercourse multiple times a day or several times a week.”
Voters are choosing between 19 candidates for a four-year term that begins in January 2020.
A third of Argentina’s 44 million people were still in the dark by early evening.
In Paris, he said the company’s communication with regulators, customers and the public “was not consistent.”
Parents, educators and physicians say youths are easily getting hold of edibles infused THC.
In a recent week, Border Patrol’s Del Rio sector agents stopped more than 500 African migrants.
Optimism about the U.S. economy — still high — has slipped over past quarter as trade tensions mount.
The U.S. has blamed Iran for what it described as an attack with limpet mines on two tankers.