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Kabul hotel siege: Gunmen kill 6

Gunmen killed six people during a 12-hour siege at the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, according to spokesmen at Afghanistan's Interior Ministry.

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Top Democrat: Trump talks like 'negotiating with Jell-O'

Sen. Chuck Schumer jabbed President Donald Trump on Saturday in his most sensitive spot — effectively telling the President, you just don't get the art of the deal.

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Gunmen attack hotel in Kabul

Afghan special forces traded fire Sunday morning with the remaining gunmen who attacked the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul hours earlier, Afghanistan's TOLO news channel reported.

Sport

Kerber, Halep into 4th round.

Day 6: Kerber, Halep into 4th round. Dimitrov discusses increased attention.

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Turkish jets hit Kurdish positions in northern Syria

Turkish jets struck Kurdish militia observation posts Saturday in the Syrian town of Afrin, signaling the start of a military invasion to oust the fighters, Turkey's state-run news reported.

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US spy ship's seizure nearly sparked war

"This is it, they're taking us out here to kill us," Stu Russell thought as he trudged through the snow in the middle of the night into a dark forest.

Entertainment

Rapper Fredo Santana, 27, dies in Los Angeles

Rapper Fredo Santana has died in Los Angeles, a family member and the Los Angeles County Coroner's office said Saturday. He was 27.

Politics

CNN Poll: Economic boost buoys Trump, but negatives abound elsewhere

One year in to Donald Trump's time in office, his approval ratings fall well below his predecessors' anniversary marks, and Americans' expectations that he will keep major campaign promises have largely faded, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS

Entertainment

'The Resident' checks in with more jaundiced RX for medical drama

Medical dramas are a longtime TV staple, and even though the genre has evolved, almost always present hard-working pros as just the kind of doctor you'd want in a pinch. Fox departs from that idealistic prescription, a little, with "The Resident," a more

Entertainment

Viola Davis, in Los Angeles, speaks to "Me too" moment

Actress Viola Davis, on the day when hundreds of thousands of women took to the streets across America, on Saturday sought to give voice to the silent and faceless victims of sexual assault.

Politics

Congress' DACA game of chicken goes off the cliff

The premise of a game of chicken is that in the end, someone always flinches. Congress found out early Saturday morning what happens when no one does.

Sport

Lindsey Vonn reignites Olympic hopes with 79th win

She has been overshadowed by young teammate Mikaela Shiffrin in recent weeks but US veteran Lindsey Vonn hit back with victory in Italy Saturday to reignite her Olympic hopes and move to within seven of the record of World Cup wins.

Politics

One year later, Women's March returns

One year after women took to the streets in droves to protest President Donald Trump's inauguration, marchers are gathering again in cities across the country and around the world in sharp rebuke to Trump's presidency and in continuation of a still-growin

Politics

Trump's presidency so far, in charts

President Donald Trump entered the White House promising to change Washington, undo key accomplishments of his predecessor and realign the US approach to the international community and treatment of immigrants.

Politics

Blame game begins after Senate fails to stop shutdown

First came the failed vote. Then the finger-pointing. Minutes after a Senate bill collapsed Friday night, the blame games for the federal government shutdown began.

Politics

How Trump helped save the Democrats

For Democrats, President Donald Trump's election was a curse they never saw coming. But his first year in office has delivered them small blessings -- and a newfound unity among progressives dedicated to his defeat.

United States

How Trump changed the world in one year

In his first year as president, Donald Trump has torn at a thread running through international affairs for 75 years -- the idea of the United States as a predictable bastion of global stability and champion of Western values.

United States

Trump responds to government shutdown

President Donald Trump responded to the government shutdown by tweeting the morning after that the Republicans need to win more seats in 2018 elections.

Sport

Kerber and Kygrios qualified for Round 4.

Day 5: Angelique Kerber discusses her new serve, Jo Wilfried Tsonga and Nick Kyrgios put on a show on Rod Laver Arena.

World

IOC makes it official: North Korea and South Korea will march together at Olympics

Athletes from North Korea will participate in the Winter Olympics in South Korea next month, International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said Saturday.

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'The least bad option:' Germany limps toward a new government

Six hundred delegates from Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD) will descend on the city of Bonn this Sunday for a special party congress.

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Tourists warned after shootings in Jamaica

Tourists visiting Jamaica's Montego Bay have been urged to stay in their resorts after authorities declared a state of emergency and deployed the military.

Sport

Halep survives in record Australian Open classic

The top two seeds at a grand slam having to save match points in the first week? As unlikely as it sounds, it has happened at the Australian Open.

United States

A year of Trump: (Almost) everything that happened

It will be impossible to adequately explain in decades to come just what it was like to be alive in the exhausting first year of Donald Trump's presidency.

Politics

Shutdown drama shows Washington's failure to lead

Even by Washington's standards, the sequence of busted negotiations, partisan dysfunction, and blame games that shut down the federal government at midnight on Friday was baffling.

Politics

Trump and Schumer came close to a deal. Then it fell apart

After his morning television shows had ended and as the deadline to fund the government loomed, President Donald Trump placed a call to the man in Washington he believed held all the cards: Sen. Chuck Schumer.

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How realistic are Kim Jong Un's 2018 ambitions?

Kim Jong Un's annual New Year's Day address is akin to the State of the Union for US Presidents.

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