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Londoners head to the polls on Thursday to elect their third mayor, likely picking Sadiq Khan, who would be the first Muslim mayor of... http://trib.al/NBBKpCP
Londoners head to the polls on Thursday to elect their third mayor, likely picking Sadiq Khan, who would be the first Muslim mayor of any major European city.
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The legalization debate looks different on opposite sides of the country: politicians' cautious approaches in Massachusetts and Vermont... http://trib.al/K0apLPS
The legalization debate looks different on opposite sides of the country: politicians' cautious approaches in Massachusetts and Vermont contrast with those in equally liberal California.
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Climate change and fire suppression efforts may have created conditions that facilitated highly destructive wildfires in northern... http://trib.al/TN55gla
Climate change and fire suppression efforts may have created conditions that facilitated highly destructive wildfires in northern Alberta near Fort McMurray.
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A lawsuit filed by the mother of a St. Louis charter school student alleges that regional policies restrict which schools black children... http://trib.al/JKpiL2A
A lawsuit filed by the mother of a St. Louis charter school student alleges that regional policies restrict which schools black children are allowed to attend.
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The US is deepening its military commitment to Europe – while at the same time trying to avoid shutting out Russia as an adversary. http://trib.al/YACignY
The US is deepening its military commitment to Europe – while at the same time trying to avoid shutting out Russia as an adversary.
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Look at those white people. It's like the North Atlantic Peace Agreement after WWI.
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Part 1 of Who is 'Europe'?, a weekly series on how European natives and residents are responding to pressures from terrorism, migration... http://trib.al/QLsqWfy
Part 1 of Who is 'Europe'?, a weekly series on how European natives and residents are responding to pressures from terrorism, migration, nationalism, and the 'European project.'
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President Obama will pay a visit to the troubled Michigan city in the midst of what many say is the consequence of running a state like... http://trib.al/RfZuaSe
President Obama will pay a visit to the troubled Michigan city in the midst of what many say is the consequence of running a state like a business.
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After one failed vote, a plan to offer five-year "humanitarian visas" to an unspecified number of children who arrived in Greece, Italy... http://trib.al/1XAKRSO
After one failed vote, a plan to offer five-year "humanitarian visas" to an unspecified number of children who arrived in Greece, Italy and France before March 20 is moving forward.
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With Donald Trump becoming the presumptive nominee Wednesday, some conservatives are pushing Republican senators to appoint Merrick... http://trib.al/GYa3N9B
With Donald Trump becoming the presumptive nominee Wednesday, some conservatives are pushing Republican senators to appoint Merrick Garland to the US Supreme Court.
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Because it's reasonable. Even self serving.
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Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a political insider who believed in civility, suspended his campaign Wednesday – one day after Sen. Ted Cruz... http://trib.al/LuB8Sg7
Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a political insider who believed in civility, suspended his campaign Wednesday – one day of Sen. Ted Cruz bowed out.
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Reports suggest that the president will soon add the historic Stonewall site as a national monument. http://trib.al/bTKVhC2
Reports suggest that the president will soon add the historic Stonewall site as a national monument.
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Londoners head to the polls on Thursday to elect their third mayor, likely picking Sadiq Khan, who would be the first Muslim mayor of... http://trib.al/vbXiYlD
Londoners head to the polls on Thursday to elect their third mayor, likely picking Sadiq Khan, who would be the first Muslim mayor of any major European city.
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