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What is the G20 Summit? 3 things to watch as President Donald Trump heads to Germany

Leaders from the world’s top economies, represented by 19 countries and the European Union, will meet to discuss global financial stability at the 2017 G20 summit.

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Here are 14 photos of people becoming US citizens on the Fourth of July

See the celebrations as the U.S. welcomed its newest Americans on July 4.
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Study finds black infants are dying at more than twice the rate of white infants

Black infants are born pre-term at a 50% higher rate than white infants and experience an almost 400% rate of mortality due to “short gestation and low birthweight.”
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Democrats on Neil Gorsuch's first Supreme Court term: "We've got another Scalia"

Some say Gorsuch's even-handed performance during his confirmation hearings "might be more an act than it was a real persona."
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How will Trump's travel ban be enforced? Here's what the Supreme Court's decision really means.

The Supreme Court's order prevents most of the ban from taking effect before the case is heard, with limited exceptions.
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Grizzly bear protections in Yellowstone National park are ending

A final ruling by US government officials will strike the Yellowstone grizzly bear from the list of threatened species after its population increased to 700.

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9 photos of Tropical Storm Cindy and its aftermath on the Gulf Coast

National Weather Service forecasters estimate up to 10 inches of rainfall fell in areas between southern Louisiana and the Florida panhandle.
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O.J. Simpson's parole hearing will be held in Nevada on July 20

The former NFL player is serving a minimum 9-year sentence for armed robbery, kidnapping and other charges related to a 2007 confrontation with two sports memorabilia dealers
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Georgia 6th Congressional District race by the numbers

GOP candidate Karen Handel faces a tough challenge from Democrat Jon Ossoff in the traditionally Republican district.
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Supreme Court rules Bush admin. officials can't be sued, dissent warns of threat to civil liberty

Justice Stephen Breyer says in dissent that liberty is at risk when citizens can't hold officials accountable.
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When will the Senate vote on health care? Here's what we know.

The U.S. Senate is reported to be finalizing a health care bill after weeks of private negotiations.

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UN claims US-led coalition air strikes in Raqqa, Syria, killed 300 civilians in March

U.N. investigators arrived at their assessment through interviews with survivors and witnesses in the region.
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North Korea: A timeline of Gen. James Mattis’ warnings on the nuclear threat posed by Kim Jong Un

From "most urgent threat," to "catastrophic war," the defense secretary has had much to say about North Korea.

'Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus' called anti-white by alt-right because KKK and Nazis are villains

Alt-right commenters on numerous websites engaged in a barrage of racist comments targeting 'Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus.'
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James Comey Testimony: What to know and what to expect

The former FBI director is set to testify at 10 a.m. on Thursday.
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Michael Eric Dyson replaces Sen. Al Franken on 'Real Time with Bill Maher'

A spokesperson for Franken told 'HuffPost' he would not appear on Friday's show after Maher jokingly called himself a "house nigger."

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What's happening with the search to replace former FBI director James Comey?

Details have been scarce on the search for James Comey's successor.

Scientists discover giant, burning-hot planet KELT-9b

"This is the hottest gas giant planet that has ever been discovered," Scott Gaudi, astronomy professor at Ohio State University, told NASA.
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Who is Nigel Farage? How a controversial UK politician ended up in the FBI's Russia investigation.

Sources told the 'Guardian' that Farage's connections to both individuals in the Trump campaign and those connected with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange are the reason for FBI interest.
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Poll shows more Americans are beginning to support impeaching Trump

It's a clear increase from the 38% of respondents who favored impeachment the week before.