May 23, 2018, story based on BBC report about Ukrainian president and Trump lawyer Cohen is withdrawn
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May 23, 2018, story based on BBC report about Ukrainian president and Trump lawyer Cohen is withdrawn

A May 23, 2018, story headlined, “Ukraine paid Trump lawyer Cohen to arrange White House…

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Trump declares U.S. census ‘meaningless’ without citizenship question
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Trump declares U.S. census ‘meaningless’ without citizenship question

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday injected himself into one of…

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Trump administration to hasten officer deployment to U.S.-Mexico border: statement
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Trump administration to hasten officer deployment to U.S.-Mexico border: statement

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trump administration will speed up the deployment of hundreds of officers…

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Wife of ex-Defense secretary defends Biden, says viral photo of them used 'misleadingly'
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Wife of ex-Defense secretary defends Biden, says viral photo of them used 'misleadingly'

CLOSE With Joe Biden making headlines for an apparent inappropriate interaction with Lucy Flores, a…

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Cutting aid and closing ports: Here's what's happening at the southern border
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Cutting aid and closing ports: Here's what's happening at the southern border

CLOSE President Donald Trump on Friday threatened to close the nation’s Mexican border or large…

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Discovery of ancient burial mounds traps landowners in bureaucratic ‘bottomless pit of hell’
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Discovery of ancient burial mounds traps landowners in bureaucratic ‘bottomless pit of hell’

 When Beau and Dian Sutton bought a wooded half-acre near B.C.’s Chilliwack River in 2014,…

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High Arctic lab once again threatened with closure as federal funding runs out
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High Arctic lab once again threatened with closure as federal funding runs out

Should we blame the N.W.T.’s warm March on climate change? One researcher says yes
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Should we blame the N.W.T.’s warm March on climate change? One researcher says yes

The unusually mild weather that melted Yellowknife’s snow castle and closed winter roads this March…

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Laced with fear: why some Ontario First Nations don’t trust tap water or eat the fish
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Laced with fear: why some Ontario First Nations don’t trust tap water or eat the fish

Water is something most Canadians take for granted. We have so much of it, it’s no…

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Here are the changes the Ford government has put in place for April 1
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Here are the changes the Ford government has put in place for April 1

Since taking power almost a year ago, Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s government has made a…

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