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Tens of thousands of Britons are planning a “Carnival of resistance.”
Average hourly pay rose just 2.7 percent in June from 12 months earlier.
The “Unite the Right” rally drew hundreds of white nationalists to Charlottesville, Virginia.
Mission is to turn upbeat rhetoric following meeting between leaders into concrete action.
The U.S. imposed 25 percent duties on Chinese imports, and China said it was retaliating.
The Administration is set to start imposing tariffs early Friday on $34B worth of Chinese imports.
California has declared a state of emergency for Siskyou County, citing “extreme peril” to people.
Lawyers filed a group response that says the report is replete with errors and “improper assertions.”
The president has concluded the interview process and is moving closer to picking his court nominee.
At least 22 killed in fireworks explosions in town with a history of fatal blasts.
“We have limited amount of time” to rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach, who are stranded.
Many of billionaire philanthropists believe charters help breed better, different ways to educate.
Attorneys say they know of more than 40 who have been discharged, jeopardizing their futures.
Trump unleashes a vigorous campaign-season attack on some of his most strident Democratic critics.
Members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult released sarin nerve gas inside train cars, killing 13 people.
California says its policies promote trust between immigrant communities and law enforcement.
He faced an array of questions about his dealings with lobbyists and misuse of government resources.
He helped lead the fight against regulations that protect health and address climate change.
The president has been known to quickly sour on those working for him.
Police suspect the new victims were were sickened as a consequence of the previous attack.