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Students push Ivy League to drop fee for impoverished applicants
Ivy League students are asking their schools to automatically waive the application fee for applicants who are low-income or the first in their families to attend college.
 
Vatican to investigate sex abuse in Guam
The Vatican has sent Cardinal Raymond Burke to the Pacific island of Guam to investigate an important case alleging sexual abuse, dispatching a seasoned jurist who has clashed repeatedly with Pope Francis for a sensitive mission halfway around the world.
 
Baghdad car bomb claimed by Islamic State kills 55
A car bomb at a Baghdad auto dealership killed at least 55 people and wounded more than 60 on Thursday, Iraqi officials said.
 
Islamic State suicide bombing at Pakistan shrine kills 75
An Islamic State suicide bomber struck inside a famed shrine in southern Pakistan on Thursday, killing at least 75 people in the deadliest attack in the country in more than two years.
 
White House tries to insulate Trump amid scandal
The White House battled Tuesday to insulate Donald Trump from a scandal over his top aide's contacts with Russia, as it emerged that the president was aware of the problem for weeks before acting.
 
Evacuation lifted for 200K California residents
The stress of evacuation and an uncertain future were enough for Donald Azevedo and his family to opt to stay a few more nights in an emergency shelter rather than risk having to do it all again.
 
Iconic Philadelphia sculpture getting repaired
It's the last chance for romance -- or at least a romantic selfie -- in front Philadelphia's LOVE sculpture before it goes away for repairs.
 
As Netanyahu visits, a big policy shift looms
President Donald Trump welcomes Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu to the White House on Wednesday after an administration official signaled a break with U.S. support for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
 
Boris Johnson hails Gambia leader
U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson visited The Gambia on Tuesday, where he hailed the arrival of a new government and its bid to rejoin the Commonwealth group of former British colonies.
 
A plea agreement from the only person to be criminally charged in the San Bernardino terror attack drew mixed emotions from the victims' loved ones.
 
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