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In the season of Mohamed Salah, the city of Liverpool wraps its arms around a Muslim
The Egyptian soccer star will enter Saturday’s Champions League final and next month’s World Cup as the subject of adoration by his recently adopted English city. “He’s like the beacon of hope, to most of Egyptians, Muslims, Arabs, because everyone wants to be like Salah in his field,” said one student from Cairo who is studying in Liverpool.
05/26/2018 09:49 AM
In the season of Mohamed Salah, the city of Liverpool wraps its arms around a Muslim
05/26/2018 09:49 AM
Exit polls suggest Ireland has voted decisively to repeal its abortion ban
Results from two exit polls suggested nearly 70 percent voted in favor of rolling back the Eighth Amendment to the Irish constitution, one of the strictest abortion laws in the developed world.
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Trump says he will spare telecom firm in China, defying lawmakers’ concerns
President Trump said he had allowed ZTE Corp. to remain open despite fierce bipartisan opposition from lawmakers who have warned that the embattled Chinese telecommunications giant should be punished for breaking U.S. law.
05/26/2018 09:49 AM
Trump issues orders aimed at rolling back civil-service protections
The orders would make it easier to fire poor performers, sharply curtail the time federal employees can be paid for union work and direct agencies to negotiate tougher union contracts. The largest federal employee union said the orders “strip federal employees of their decades-old right to representation at the worksite.”
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Could the U.S. fight dual wars in North Korea and Iran? After breakdowns, questions loom.
The worst-case scenario of sliding into open armed conflict in the two theaters at once would strain the military to a degree few Americans could fathom, experts say.
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Summit collapse foils chance to press North Korea on suspicious sites
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Trump suggests June 12 summit could happen after all
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No amount of capitulation will ever sate Trump
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They were immigrants — and real American heroes
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The best way to tell if someone is a conservative
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It’s time we listened to Melania
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You can only protect campus speech if you acknowledge racism
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It doesn’t have to be this way
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Europe, not the U.S., is now the most powerful regulator of Silicon Valley
As Europe’s new privacy law takes effect, Facebook and other big companies scramble to comply, underscoring how the European Union has stepped in to lead where Washington has failed.
05/26/2018 09:49 AM
Supermarket chain Publix halts donations to Fla. candidate for governor over his NRA support
The announcement came moments before “die-in” protests organized by 18-year-old gun-control activist David Hogg began at several Publix supermarkets.
05/26/2018 09:49 AM
Harvey Weinstein, notorious catalyst of the #MeToo movement, now faces the public
As the once-powerful movie mogul was arraigned on felony charges, including first-degree rape, the moment offered an opportunity for the public to confront the rare entertainment figure to face criminal charges and by extension to confront the culture of abuse and privilege he came to represent.
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10 attractive places overseas where you can live comfortably
If you are looking for a fresh start, you might want to mull one of these locales. They aren’t the cheapest places to live but they offer good value.
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LeBron James stomps all over Celtics to force Game 7
James played all but two minutes and showed no signs of the fatigue from Game 5 in carrying Cleveland back to Boston with another performance for the ages.
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A wolflike creature was stalking livestock in Montana. Authorities have no idea what it is.
The dead animal’s canine teeth were too short, the front paws were tiny for a wolf, and the claws on those paws were too long. The ears were too big as well, experts told The Washington Post, and the coat was wrong. This was no wolf.
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A photographer tries to answer 'What makes a family click? What holds a family together?'
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Three reasons moderate Republicans are backing an immigration vote
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What’s in a food truck?
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Did the FBI ‘spy’ on Trump’s campaign?
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Europe is rejecting thousands of Afghan asylum seekers a year. But what awaits them back home?
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Here are 16 of the week’s best photos
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It seems as if maybe the White House doesn't really want to talk to the press
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Video: The 'scandals' and progress of the Russia probe
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Trump sounds optimistic tone about future North Korea talks day after canceling summit
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Trump takes aim at federal bureaucracy with new executive orders rolling back civil-service protections
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Despite sanctions, some Americans still want to do business in Russia
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Syria’s army is on a path to victory after ousting rebels from Damascus
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Exit polls suggest Ireland has voted to repeal its abortion ban
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Could the U.S. fight dual wars in North Korea and Iran? After diplomacy breaks down, questions loom.
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USC president agrees to step down amid gynecologist scandal
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Gun-control group releases documentary on students affected by shootings
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He went out of town on business — and left his 1-year-old at home in a hot car, police say
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She was about to have a baby. From her hospital bed, she officiated the wedding of a couple also in labor.
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Legalizing marijuana is fine. But don’t ignore the science on its dangers.
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You can only protect campus speech if you acknowledge racism
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Trump loves a strongman, so of course he fawns over Hungary’s Viktor Orban
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I helped women get abortions for 28 years — through protests and shifting rules
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This mother wants you to see a disturbing photo of her fatally-shot daughter. Maybe it’s time we look.
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Suspect arrested in death of man found after Bethesda house fire, police say
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Sinkhole on White House lawn will be plugged, officials say
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Donna Edwards is three days late so far in filing campaign finance report
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NASCAR tries to keep pace in today’s ride-sharing world
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TV and radio listings: May 26
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Maryland women stunned in women’s lacrosse national semifinals
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NBA playoffs: LeBron James stomps all over the Celtics and we're going to Game 7
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A marinating meat primer: Simple answers to the tough questions
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America gave her a new language and an opportunity. Now this interpreter is repaying the favor.
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Flag cheesecake bars are the easy, festive dessert your cookout needs
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Carolyn Hax: Why it’s called the PTA instead of the GPTA
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‘Black Panther’ meets history, and things get complicated
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Everyone in New York will be talking about this artist soon
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Don’t be so quick to dismiss ‘Book Club’ — or fans of ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’
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Celebrating the Bernstein centennial with a family album
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How 'Googling it' can send conservatives down secret rabbit holes of alternative facts
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Europe, not the U.S., is now the most powerful regulator of Silicon Valley
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Hillary Clinton says she'd like to be Facebook CEO
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Why you're getting flooded with privacy notifications in your email
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The alarming statistics that show the U.S. economy isn't as good as it seems
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An Amazon Echo recorded a family’s conversation, then sent it to a random person in their contacts, report says
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Should grandparents open a 529 savings plan to help with college costs?
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Who's behind those political ads on Facebook? Now, you can find out.
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Unseen face of the opioid epidemic: drug abuse among the elderly grows
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Do federal staffing shortages facilitate opioid smuggling?
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Q&A for federal workers: A look at the numbers on firings
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Trump's opioid strategy 'missing in action' as 115 people die every day
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Luis Posada Carriles, militant anti-communist who tried to overthrow Castro, dies at 90
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Robert Indiana, artist who created ubiquitous LOVE image, dies at 89
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Billy Cannon, 1959 Heisman Trophy winner later convicted of counterfeiting, dies at 80
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Philip Roth, seminal author of comical and simmering discontents, dies at 85
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