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A Jon Ossoff victory would offer Democrats a template on how to campaign in suburban swing districts as they try to erase the 24-seat Republican majority in the House.
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Google could be slapped with a fine of more than 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) as the EU begins the first stage of a three-pronged probe into the group’s search practices, the Financial Times reported.
Russia's Defense Ministry said Friday that al-Baghdadi, the Islamic State's leader, had been killed by air strikes on the Syrian city of Raqqa at the end of May.
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Insurers worry they will not be compensated in the future for key Obamacare subsidies.
Mike Pence will not be using taxpayer dollars to pay his outside counsel, Richard Cullen, a person close to the vice president told NBC.
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