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British Royals, Politicians to Skip World Cup Over Poisoning
British politicians and members of the royal family will not go to the World Cup to protest against the nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in England, the government said Wednesday.
GOP Struggles to Ignite Pennsylvania Voters in Tight Race
A House district that should be safely in the Republican column and that President Donald Trump won by almost 20 points in 2016 is suddenly competitive.
Ted Cruz’s opponent: We should ban AR-15s and I don’t give a sh*t what the NRA thinks
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Juncker Angers EU Friends and Foes With German Ally in Key Job
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker came under fire from lawmakers for appointing his German chief of staff to the institution’s top civil-service post, highlighting the persistent risks
These 3,100 Businesses Still Love the NRA
You can’t confuse Delphi Greek restaurant with Smith & Wesson. Delphi specializes in kebabs and baklava -- not AR-15s and ammunition.
Doug Ford, Ex-Toronto Mayor's Brother, to Lead Ontario PC Party
Doug Ford, brother of former Toronto Mayor Rob, was named leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Party three months ahead of a general election in Canada’s biggest province.
The Capital of America’s Gun Industry Hates Guns
To understand America’s great gun divide, visit Springfield, Massachusetts, birthplace of the $17 billion-a-year U.S. firearms industry.
Brexit Bulletin: Last-Minute Treaty
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Democrats Mobilized by Anger at Trump Surge in Texas Primaries
Texas Democrats surged to voting booths in the first primary of the 2018 election campaign, providing a clear demonstration of a fired-up party on pace to send a significant number of women to face
Europe’s Bad Boy Has a Fight on His Hands
The re-election of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban might not be a formality after all.
Nashville Mayor Resigns After Admitting to Affair With Bodyguard
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry resigned Tuesday, a month after the rising Democratic star admitted to an affair with her bodyguard.
Congressional Primary Season Kicks Off, Testing the Trump Effect
Voters will be sending an early signal this month of whether President Donald Trump will be a bigger motivator for Democrats than Republicans in the November elections that will decide control of
Hungarian Opposition May Struggle to Unite Voters, Poll Says
The majority of Hungarian opposition voters wouldn’t vote outside their own political camp, even if that was needed to defeat Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s party, a survey said Tuesday.
The Lawyer Who Wants to Make Silicon Valley a Safe Space for Conservatives
Harmeet Dhillon is using a discrimination case against Google to defend political values.
Dutch PM Rutte Seeks United European Response to Steel Tariffs
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said the European Union needs a united response to President Donald Trump’s pledge to impose a tariff on steel imports.
Democracy Is Dying by Natural Causes
From Nazis to Newt Gingrich, a brief survey of the many ways government-by-the-people can perish from the earth.
As corporations lean left, they risk tipping over
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India Slams Trudeau’s ‘Baseless’ Comment in Growing Debacle
India’s government is taking aim at Justin Trudeau on the heels of his trip to the country.
Pro-EU Tory Rebellion Grows Further as May Ever More Boxed In
There are now 10 Conservative Party lawmakers backing a rebel amendment calling for the U.K. to participate in a customs union following Brexit -- enough to defeat Prime Minister Theresa May in
Pritzker’s $171,000-a-Day Campaign Costs Him in Illinois Race
The same enormous wealth that has benefited J.B. Pritzker’s campaign is now complicating what until a few weeks ago looked like an easy victory for him in the March 20 Democratic primary.