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Warren Emerges Unscathed as Democrats Put Differences on Display
Senator Elizabeth Warren stood center stage on the first night of the Democratic debate — and emerged unscathed. Her lower-polling rivals did nothing to knock her off course and didn’t challenge her
Debate Exposes Split Among 2020 Democrats on Direction for Party
The first Democratic president debate exposed ideological fissures within the party over how to remake the economy, fix immigration and confront big companies -- and whether the path to defeating
North Korea Urges South to Stop Mediating Between North, U.S.
North Korea says South Korea must stop trying to work as a mediator in talks between Pyongyang and Washington.
Pelosi Conditions Border Funds on Better Care for Migrant Youth
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi outlined late Wednesday Democrats’ demands for the border funding bill Congress has debated for weeks to respond to a worsening humanitarian crisis on the U.S.-Mexico
Xi Jinping Faces Existential Crisis From Trump
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Elizabeth Warren, Rising in Polls, Gets Center Stage at Debate
Elizabeth Warren will be the only one of the top polling Democratic candidates on the debate stage Wednesday night, giving her a chance to showcase her mastery of policy details without her main
Supreme Court’s Conservative Justices Weigh Scrapping Another Precedent
The U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative majority may be ready to overturn a longstanding precedent for the third time in recent weeks -- perhaps foreshadowing the vulnerability of its rulings on
Johnson Says He Doesn't Expect No-Deal Departure: Brexit Update
Boris Johnson softened his Brexit rhetoric once again, saying the chances are “a million to one against” the U.K. leaving without a deal.
House Approves Border Funds as Pelosi Overcomes Liberal Revolt
The House passed a $4.5 billion emergency spending bill to address the humanitarian needs of migrants at the the southern border as Speaker Nancy Pelosi overcame a revolt by liberals in her caucus
Trump Muses Privately About Ending Postwar Japan Defense Pact
President Donald Trump has recently mused to confidants about withdrawing from a longstanding defense treaty with Japan, according to three people familiar with the matter, in his latest complaint
Livestream: Famous liberal actors gather to … act out the Mueller report?
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Corbyn Signals Support for Second Referendum: Brexit Update
Tory leadership front-runner Boris Johnson faces mounting pressure to submit to more public scrutiny, after Jeremy Hunt accused him of “cowardice.” Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn again indicated he’s
Supreme Court Overturns Precedent, Backs Property-Rights Suits
A divided U.S. Supreme Court made it easier for landowners to sue for compensation when a government regulation reduces the value of their property, overturning a decades-old precedent that had
Confused About the EU Jobs Fight? Here’s a Guide to Contenders
European Union leaders cast aside the formal candidates who’ve dominated the contest to head the next European Commission and will start again from scratch at an extraordinary summit to be held in
Tusk Says U.K. Is Wasting Time as It Picks New PM: Brexit Update
European Union leaders are grappling with questions over how a new British prime minister will affect Brexit at a summit in Brussels. The one thing they agree on is that the divorce accord that
Biden’s Senate Years Become a Drag on His Presidential Bid
Joe Biden has enjoyed front-runner status since joining the presidential race, but now he is encountering the same pitfalls as other ambitious senators who have found that their experience and record
EU Ditches Early Favorites as Race for Top Jobs Thrown Wide Open
European Union leaders cast aside the formal candidates who’ve dominated the race to head the next EU Commission and will start again from scratch less than two weeks before a self-imposed deadline.
Macron Gives Spanish Ally Cold Shoulder as Leaders Close Ranks
Pedro Sanchez, Spain's prime minister, arrives for the European Union (EU) summit at the EU headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, on Tuesay, May 28, 2019. The horsetrading for the top EU jobs begins at a
Ontario Premier Replaces Finance Chief Amid Backlash Over Cuts
Premier Doug Ford replaced his finance chief and three other top ministers after just one year, as Ontario’s government faces growing discontent over spending cuts.
Cory Booker Says He’d Push Clemency for Non-Violent Drug Offenders
Senator Cory Booker said he would consider clemency for an estimated 17,000 non-violent drug offenders if elected president, in a bid to appeal to minority and liberal voters as he tries to gain