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Say this about the NBA playoffs: It's usually quite predictable.
 
All Americans are lucky to live in a country brimming with public resources that everyone can share.
 
U.S. President Donald Trump congratulated Turkey's president for sweeping up more power.
 
North Korea's big day, the anniversary of the birth of its founding leader, Kim Il Sung, came and went with no underground nuclear test by the North, and no pre-emptive strikes off the deck of the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier sent to waters off the Korean Peninsula by President Donald Trump.
 
President Donald Trump is abruptly reversing himself on key issues. And for all his usual bluster, he's startlingly candid about the reason: He's just now really learning about some of them.
 
Russian President Vladimir Putin's intervention in Syria has saved Bashar Assad's government from imminent collapse and raised Russia's global clout. But after last week's chemical weapons attack their relationship is increasingly becoming a burden for Putin, jeopardizing chances for improved relations with the U.S.
 
Something new is happening in a health care debate dominated for seven years by the twists and turns of Barack Obama's signature law. The focus has shifted to ideas from President Donald Trump and GOP lawmakers in Congress, and most people don't like what they see.
 
Judge Neil Gorsuch's confirmation to the Supreme Court has given President Donald Trump -- the first truly outsider president in recent memory -- his first major legislative achievement. And it's a victory for the insiders.
 
The U.S. and China account for one-third of global economic output, so there is a lot at stake as President Donald Trump meets with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, not least the fate of the world economy over the next few years.
 
For Donald Trump, the reality of the world's problems may be starting to sink in.
 
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