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In ordinary times, such an accusation would send both parties scrambling. But Trump is not an ordinary president, NBC News says.
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Top leaders at the National People's Congress are tolerating slightly slower economic growth this year.
The first three super sports cars were just shipped to customers, according to The Verge.
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The president called on Congress to probe Obama-era investigative 'abuses' as part of its examination of Russian interference.
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Supporters of President Donald Trump rallied in support of his agenda, NBC News reports.
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The president leveled a stunning accusation against his predecessor, suggesting he ordered a wire tap.
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Jesse Ventura says it is completely wrong, unethical and unconstitutional for Trump to reverse state law on marijuana.
In Singapore, some landlords prefer to leave their units empty than rent to certain ethnic groups.
A start-up that promotes "tiny" living just raised lots of cash, and is on its way to helping stressed-out city dwellers find a happy place.
According to one investor, London has a 30 percent chance of hosting the Saudi Aramco IPO, but New York is more likely.
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Nearly 60 percent of leaks come from news, sports and shopping apps, including those from well-known companies.