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Charges unsealed against man linked to bin Laden, al-Qaida

U.S. authorities say they want a German man who provided critical support to Osama bin Laden before the Sept. 11 attacks to face trial in the United States.

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21 states sue to keep net neutrality as Senate Democrats reach 50 votes for repeal

A group of 21 U.S. state attorneys general filed suit to challenge the FCC's decision to do away with net neutrality.

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Potential meteor flashes across six states and Canada with bright light, loud thunder

The bright light and thunder-like sound in the sky across the sky illuminating six states and Canada on Tuesday night may have been a meteor, the NationalWeather Service (NWS) said.

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US agency to work with states to ensure proper safety alerts

The Department of Homeland Security will be working with states to ensure they follow proper protocols when issuing safety alerts and can quickly retract incorrect alerts, like Hawaii's warning of a ballistic missile over the weekend, Secretary Kirstjen N

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Medical Marijuana Laws Have Lowered Crime Rate In Many States, Study Finds

What are the ways to reduce crime rates in the United States? Gun control, counseling programs, crackdown on drugs... that list could go on, but you probably didn't think legalizing marijuana. According to a new study by a three-member team of economists,

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Martin Luther King Jr Quotes: Inspirational Sayings For MLK Day 2018

Sunday marks what would have been the 89th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. — the civil rights leader who helped change millions of lives in the United States.

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Doctors say new Medicaid rules 'like asking people to work with an anchor on their back'

Administration’s policy allows states to impose work requirements for people on Medicaid, meaning sick or injured Americans ‘have to go to work, no matter what’Dr Gary Leroy’s patients are “salt of the earth”: inner-

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Donald Trump must apologise for comments - African Union

The African Union, representing 55 member states, is furious over a reported slur by the US leader.

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Immigrant stripped of citizenship under federal initiative

Officials stripped a New Jersey resident of his citizenship because they said he used a false name when he entered the United States more than 25 years ago.

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Trump to let states require employment for Medicaid

Elderly, disabled and pregnant recipients of the low-income health scheme would be exempted from the policy.

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Medicaid: Trump opens door for states to take away coverage from out-of-work Americans

Administration unveils major policy shift that could mean millions of Americans could be legally required to hold a job to be on MedicaidMillions who rely on Medicaid, America’s biggest public health insurance program, could be required to have a j

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Standoff rancher draws advocates' ire, supporters' cheers

The Nevada rancher who led a 2014 armed standoff with government agents spoke Wednesday saying that it's up to people in states, not the federal officials, to manage vast expanses of rangeland in the U.S. West.

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7-Eleven immigration raids net 21 arrests; nearly 100 stores targeted

Federal immigration agents arrested twenty-one people suspected of being in the United States illegally Wednesday after auditing about hundred 7-Eleven’s as a part of four year investigation into employees’ immigration status.

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Florida Offshore Drilling Plan Dropped, Other States Ask Ryan Zinke For Exclusion

The Trump administration Tuesday decided to exclude Florida from the list of states where restrictions on off-shore drilling would be rolled back, conceding to intense opposition from the governor of the state, Rick Scott. Following Scott’s lead, t

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Ford and Qualcomm to tackle traffic with connected vehicles

Ford wants to equip every new car in the United States with connected-car technology by 2019.

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What Is E. Coli? Contaminated Romaine Lettuce Linked To Bacteria Spread

The Centers for Disease Control is investigating an outbreak of 17 E. coli infections that were reported in 13 states across the United States. Other cases have also been reported in Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada is looking into it as wel

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US holding back security assistance provided to Pakistan

The United States has announced it is suspending security assistance to Pakistan for failing to take "decisive action" against Taliban militants targeting U.S. personnel in neighboring Afghanistan.

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Frigid air blankets US

Blasts of Arctic air have brought weather-related deaths, record-low temperatures and historic amounts of snowfall to parts of the United States.

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Blindness Gene Therapy Becomes Most Expensive Medicine In U.S.

With a sticker price of $850,000, a gene therapy for blindness will be the most expensive medicine sold in the United States.

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