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Pick to replace Flynn as national security adviser turns down job
A former navy admiral reportedly tapped by President Donald Trump to be his national security adviser has declined the post, U.S. media said on Thursday.
 
Senate on track to confirm Pruitt EPA chief
Senate Republicans are poised to use their majority to confirm President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, despite calls from Democrats for a delay.
 
Trump's contempt for trade deals spurs anxiety
Donald Trump is moving quickly to dismantle seven decades of American policy built on trade deals and multinational alliances that help fuel the U.S. and global economies.
 
Puzder out of running for US labor secretary after Republicans balk
President Donald Trump's nominee for labor secretary abruptly withdrew his nomination Wednesday after Senate Republicans balked at supporting him, in part over taxes he belatedly paid on a former housekeeper not authorized to work in the United States.
 
U.S. Marines are posted at 148 U.S. overseas missions around the world to protect the diplomatic facilities and the personnel stationed there.
 
Did doctor get last call from missing woman or someone else?
The California murder case against New York real estate heir Robert Durst took a trip back in time Tuesday to the mysterious disappearance of his first wife in 1982.
 
Grammy producer apologizes for Metallica, Caesar glitches
The longtime producer of the Grammy Awards is offering apologies to Metallica and Shirley Caesar after a technical glitch and a misprint marred their inclusion on the show.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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