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Quality of life on rise for many Africans, report says
"At least a third of African countries have now achieved medium to high levels of human development."
 
Trump embraces Israel, but Russian ties still trail him
President Donald Trump enthusiastically embraced Israel's leader. He solemnly placed a note in the ancient stones of Jerusalem's Western Wall on Monday. He sent a signal of solidarity to an ally he's pushing to work harder toward peace with the Palestinians.
 
Texas bathroom bill could expose secrets of transgender kids
Each morning, Joanna Smith's 7-year-old son pulls on a T-shirt and shorts, boasts how fast he can tie his sneakers and heads to school. An honor-roll student who loves science and spelling, he often stays after class to run on the playground with his large group of friends.
 
Tense trial opens of alleged Turkey coup ringleaders
More than 220 suspects, including over two dozen former Turkish generals, went on trial Monday accused of being among the ringleaders of the attempted coup last year aimed at ousting President Erdogan.
 
Race, gender, fame all issues as Cosby jury selection starts
Thirteen years after a Temple University basketball team manager went to famous alumni Bill Cosby's nearby home for career advice, her complaint that Cosby drugged and molested her that night will soon be a task for a Pennsylvania jury.
 
The message from a senator to the government ethics office: Use your authority to force the president to reveal how many waivers he's granted to ex-lobbyists in his new administration.
 
Flynn cites 'public frenzy,' invokes 5th Amendment
President Donald Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, invoked his constitutional right against self-incrimination on Monday and declined to hand over documents sought under subpoena by a Senate panel investigating Russia's meddling in the 2016 election.
 
Ringling Bros. shuts down the big top after 146 years
With laughter, hugs and tears -- and the requisite death-defying stunts -- the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus received its final standing ovation Sunday night as it performed its last show.
 
Graduates walk out on Pence at Notre Dame commencement
Dozens of graduates and family members silently stood and walked out Sunday as Vice President Mike Pence began his address at Notre Dame's commencement ceremony.
 
China warns Taiwan of continued lockout from WHO assembly
China's health minister has all but slammed the door on any more participation for Taiwan at the World Health Organization's annual assembly until the island's government accepts the "One China" principle.
 
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