New York Daily News Munich authorities capture suspected knife attacker that left at least five woundedNew York Daily NewsA knife-wielding man in Munich rampaged through a busy section of the German city on Saturday, wounding at least five people before fleeing on a bicycle and touching off a massive manhunt. Authorities combed the Bavarian capital's Rosenheimer Platz and ...Munich Knife Attacker Injures Four, German Police SayNBCNews.comMan Arrested After Munich Stabbing SpreeDaily BeastPolice detain suspect after knife-wielding man carries out multiple stab attacks in MunichIndependent.ieIrish Examiner -News24 -The Australian -The Daily Callerall 137 news articles »

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Washington Post 'The president's wingman': Absent in the West Wing, Bannon stays close to TrumpWashington PostIn the two months since Stephen K. Bannon was shunted from the White House and returned to the helm of Breitbart News, the former chief strategist has declared “a season of war” on establishment Republicans and even worked to help a Senate candidate ...GOP eyes move to lower premiums right before 2018 electionsThe HillRepublicans push tax reform, Iran sanctions, and disaster aidWashington ExaminerTrump promises 'biggest' tax cuts in US history as Senate GOP paves way with budgetChicago TribuneThe Mercury News -Daily Signal -The Daily Callerall 399 news articles »

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New York Times Spain Will Remove Catalan Leader, Prime Minister AnnouncesNew York TimesPrime Minister Mariano Rajoy of Spain announced that fresh regional elections would take place in Catalonia within six months. Credit Gabriel Bouys/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. MADRID — In a first for Spain, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy ...Catalonia crisis: Rajoy urges removal of region's leaders, new electionsCNNSpain demands Catalonia elect new leaders weeks after region voted for independenceWashington PostSpanish Prime Minister Takes Unprecedented Step To Dissolve Catalan GovernmentNPRBBC News -Fox News -U.S. News & World Report -CBS Newsall 615 news articles »

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Salt Lake Tribune Most Utahns are worried about North Korea's nuclear program, but very few favor a military strike to stop itSalt Lake TribunePeople watch a TV news program reporting about North Korea's missile launch, at the Seoul Train Station in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, Sept. 5, 2016. North Korea fired three ballistic missiles off its east coast Monday, South Korea's military said, in ...Chinese power over North Korea? It's more myth than realityABC NewsUS commanders stress 'ironclad' commitment to defend SKoreaFox NewsAustralia receives 'unprecedented' letter from North KoreaCNNSan Bernardino County Sun -The Hill -South China Morning Post -New Zealand Heraldall 710 news articles »

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New York Times WHO Names Mugabe a 'Good-Will Ambassador,' and the World BalksNew York TimesPresident Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe in Harare, the country's capital, in 2016. The World Health Organization has named him a “goodwill ambassador.” Credit Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/Associated Press. The World Health Organization's decision to name ...Robert Mugabe's WHO appointment condemned as 'an insult'BBC NewsWHO is under fire after naming Robert Mugabe a goodwill ambassadorCNNShock as Zimbabwe's Mugabe named WHO 'goodwill ambassador'Fox NewsBloomberg -Daily Beast -CNBC -Breitbart Newsall 83 news articles »

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NPR DeVos Is Sued By 17 States; Richard Spencer And Colleges; Race and Student LoansNPRA supporter of white nationalist Richard Spencer (center in white shirt) tries to cover up as he clashes with the crowd after a speech by Spencer on Thursday at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption. toggle caption.Ohio State won't let Richard Spencer speak on campus, citing 'substantial risk to public safety'ThinkProgress'Alt-Right' Richard Spencer Banned From Speaking on Campus By Ohio State UniversityNewsweekWhite nationalist shot at protesters after Richard Spencer speech in Florida, police sayLos Angeles TimesChicago Tribune -CNN -NBC4i.com -NOLA.comall 211 news articles »

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Los Angeles Times Everyone is outraged over sexual harassment, but will this moment bring real change?Los Angeles TimesLast year, Amazon Studios chief Roy Price decided to cancel “Good Girls Revolt” barely a month after its debut. Set in 1969, the partially fact-based drama followed a group of women journalists fighting for equal opportunity and fending off ...Harvey Weinstein scandal: An assistant warned brother 25 years agoUSA TODAYHarvey Weinstein Has “Different Recollection” Of Events In Lupita Nyong'o Op-EdDeadlineHarvey Weinstein Is in Treatment — but Defiant Mogul Is 'Not Listening to Anyone,' Says SourcePEOPLE.comHuffPost -EW.com -TIME -Varietyall 1,714 news articles »

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CNN Steve Bannon delivers blistering attack on former President George W. BushCNNAnaheim, California (CNN) Steve Bannon delivered a withering attack on George W. Bush Friday night, bluntly questioning the former President's intelligence and his grasp of the concepts that he outlined in a speech that he gave New York this week.Stephen Bannon takes fierce aim at George W. Bush in wake of speech seen as critical of President TrumpWashington PostThe Memo: Murmurs of Trump dissent in GOPThe HillBannon rips Bush, Silicon Valley 'lords of technology'PoliticoNBCNews.com -Los Angeles Times -ABC News -Newsweekall 604 news articles »

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Washington Post Video shows Kelly made inaccurate claims about lawmaker in feud over Trump's condolence callWashington PostThe White House's aggressive effort to discredit a congresswoman from Florida who criticized President Trump over a military condolence call ran into a new set of problems Friday when a video emerged showing that the chief of staff had made false ...After Video Refutes Kelly's Charges, Congresswoman Raises Issue of RaceNew York TimesWhite House slams Rep. Wilson as 'all hat, no cattle'PoliticoSarah Sanders just made an absolutely outrageous argument about the mediaCNNThe Hill -PolitiFact -Los Angeles Times -The Atlanticall 1,564 news articles »

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Washington Post US will expand counterterrorism focus in Africa, Mattis tells senatorsWashington PostThe military is shifting its counterterrorism strategy to focus more on Africa, put decision-making authority in the hands of commanders in the field, and expand the ability to use lethal force against suspected terrorists, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis ...Conflicting Accounts in Niger Ambush Are Subject of Pentagon InvestigationNew York TimesWhat really happened in Niger?PoliticoNiger raid highlights US military's growing role in AfricaPRINPR -The Atlantic -Business Insider -AOLall 314 news articles »

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