BBC News Kirkuk: Iraqi forces seize largest oilfields near cityBBC NewsIraqi government forces have taken control of the two largest oilfields near the disputed city of Kirkuk after Kurdish forces left the area. A string of oilfields - vital to the Kurdish economy - have been seized by Iraqi troops since Monday. Troops ...Iraqi forces take back Sinjar in latest effort to roll back Kurdish gains of the past yearsWashington PostUS to stay neutral in all-out clashes between Kurds and IraqisFox NewsCivilians return to Kirkuk as Iraq's Kurds lose more groundCBS NewsU.S. News & World Report -Bloomberg -ABC News -Wall Street Journalall 1,559 news articles »

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BBC News Malta journalist death: Caruana Galizia's son denounces "mafia state"BBC NewsThe son of an investigative journalist killed in a car bomb attack in Malta has denounced what he called the country's "mafia state". Daphne Caruana Galizia, 53, died in an explosion shortly after she left her home in Bidnija, near Mosta, on Monday ...Maltese Journalist's Son Says She Was Murdered for Exposing CorruptionU.S. News & World ReportMurdered Panama Papers journalist's son attacks Malta's 'crooks'The GuardianCar bombing kills investigative journalist in Malta who reported on Panama PapersPittsburgh Post-GazetteABC Online -CNN -New York Daily News -euronewsall 196 news articles »

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Washington Post For each scene of his presidency, Trump casts a villain (or two, or three …)Washington PostHillary Clinton is not running for president again in 2020 — she has said so, her aides know it, and there is no political rationale that would argue otherwise. But for President Trump, facts like those simply miss the point. “I was recently asked if ...Trump and McConnell See a Way to Make Conservatives HappyNew York TimesTrump White House fed up with the SenatePoliticoTrump, McConnell try to end feudThe HillABC News -CBS News -The Weekly Standard -PBS NewsHourall 255 news articles »

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Variety Judgment Day: Harvey Weinstein Scandal Could Finally Change Hollywood's Culture of SecrecyVarietyHarvey Weinstein's implosion has been cathartic for Lauren Sivan, one of the dozens of women who have come forward in recent days alleging that the once-celebrated mogul was a serial sexual harasser and abuser. It's a moment of justice and public ...Unwanted sexual advances not just a Hollywood, Weinstein story (POLL)ABC NewsHarvey Weinstein's Fall Opens the Floodgates in HollywoodNew York TimesPeople writer: Long before Trump attacked me, there was an actor in a bathrobeUSA TODAYSalon -Los Angeles Times -New York Daily News -Wall Street Journalall 2,818 news articles »

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Business Insider US-backed Syrian militants just raised their flag in the Raqqa stadium, one of the last ISIS strongholdsBusiness Insiderkurdish ypg flag A Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) flag flutters as people celebrate the spring festival of Nowruz, in al-Darbasiyah town, on the Syrian-Turkish border, Syria March 21, 2017. REUTERS/Rodi Said. RAQQA, Syria (Reuters) - U.S ...Spokesman for US-backed Syrian force says city of Raqqa has been liberated from Islamic State militantsChicago TribuneSyrian city of Raqqa liberated from Islamic State: reportsUSA TODAYSDF captures Syria's Raqqa city from ISILAljazeera.comHaaretz -Nasdaq -NPR -euronewsall 103 news articles »

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Washington Post Candidate Trump attacked Obama's executive orders. President Trump loves executive orders.Washington PostAs he campaigned for the presidency, Donald Trump argued that Barack Obama's frequent use of unilateral administrative tools made Obama a weak leader. “We have a president that can't get anything done,” Trump told an interviewer in January 2016, “so ...Trump Falsely Claims Obama Didn't Contact Families of Fallen TroopsNew York TimesTrump's Benghazi gets worse: His Obama obsession magnifies his disrespectSalonEx-Joint Chiefs chair fires back at Trump: Obama, Bush 'cared deeply' for fallen soldiersThe Hill (blog)ABC News -New York Daily News -The Week Magazine -New York Magazineall 187 news articles »

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CNN Sen. John McCain warns against 'spurious nationalism' in Liberty Medal speechCNNWashington (CNN) In a lofty and at moments pointed speech, Sen. John McCain on Monday cautioned against the US turning toward "half-baked, spurious nationalism" during an event honoring the war hero's contributions. Reflecting on his decades-long ...In Speech, Sen. McCain Decries 'Half-Baked Spurious Nationalism'NPRMcCain condemns 'half-baked, spurious nationalism' in clear shot at President TrumpWashington PostEmotional Sen. John McCain blasts 'half-baked, spurious nationalism'USA TODAYChicago Tribune -New York Daily News -CBS News -Los Angeles Timesall 83 news articles »

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Washington Post North Korea says 'a nuclear war may break out any moment'Washington PostUNITED NATIONS — North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador warned Monday that the situation on the Korean peninsula “has reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear war may break out any moment.” Kim In Ryong told the U.N. General Assembly's ...North Korea Warns That Nuclear War Could 'Break Out Any Moment'BloombergNorth Korea: 'Nuclear war may break out any moment'Fox NewsNorth Korean official: Nuclear war could break out at any momentUSA TODAYBusiness Insider -Mashable -CNBC -Voice of Americaall 766 news articles »

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USA TODAY Amid fears of violence, Florida governor declares emergency ahead of Spencer speechUSA TODAYTALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency as hundreds of law enforcement officers from across the state gather at the University of Florida in advance of a Thursday event by white nationalist Richard B. Spencer. Alachua County ...Florida declares state of emergency ahead of Richard Spencer speechNew York PostFlorida Has Declared A State of Emergency Ahead of White Nationalist Richard Spencer's SpeechFortuneState of emergency declared for Florida before white nationalist Richard Spencer's campus speechNew York Daily NewsQuartz -The Hill -Business Insider -NBCNews.comall 95 news articles »

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CBS News DEA responds to explosive "60 Minutes" report about opioid crisisCBS NewsWASHINGTON -- Lawmakers and the Drug Enforcement Administration are facing tough questions following an explosive joint investigation by "60 Minutes" and The Washington Post that says Congress helped disarm the DEA. Drug overdose deaths in the ...America's opioid genocideThe Week MagazineOrrin Hatch tears into Washington Post opioids report: It's meant to derail Trump's drug czar nomineeWashington ExaminerWest Virginia senator calls for Pennsylvania Congressman Tom Marino's drug czar nomination to be withdrawnAllentown Morning CallBluefield Daily Telegraph -Newsdayall 180 news articles »

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