Corker blasts Trump for ‘castrating’ Tillerson in public

In an escalation of his public feud with Trump, Corker says Trump undermined the work of Secretary of State Tillerson ...
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Saudi Arabia welcomes Palestinian reconciliation in Cairo

One official says the kingdom hopes the deal between rival factions Hamas and Fatah will 'realize brotherly Palestinian people's hope ...
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'Peanuts' memorabilia lost when cartoonist's home burns in Northern California fires

Bad news for Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Patty, and Linus fans: the house of Peanuts comic strip creator Charles Schulz was ...
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The Latest: Utility shares plunge after wildfire questions

SONOMA, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on California wildfires (all times local):
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#NeverTrustUS: Iranians react to Trump disavowing nuclear deal

Frustrated with what they perceive to be U.S. President Trump's misguided, hypocritical approach to their country, Iranians take to social ...
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Iran: ‘Our ballistic missile program will grow’

Iran remains defiant after President Trump announces he will decertify Iran's compliance with nuclear deal, slams missile program.

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Republican Collins will stay in U.S. Senate, focused on healthcare

Republican Collins will stay in U.S. Senate, focused on healthcareU.S. Senator Susan Collins of Maine, a moderate Republican who helped block her party’s efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act this year, said she planned to remain in her current office rather than run for governor. The four-term incumbent attracted national attention this summer as one of three Republican senators who voted in July against a bill to repeal the law often called Obamacare, a move that angered U.S. President Donald Trump. Collins, who like all Republicans in the Senate in 2009 voted against the sweeping healthcare legislation, said she believed urgent action was needed to improve it but criticized the way repeal efforts had been handled over the summer.


Trump strikes blow at Iran nuclear deal in major U.S. policy shift

Trump strikes blow at Iran nuclear deal in major U.S. policy shiftBy Steve Holland and Yara Bayoumy WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump struck a blow against the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement on Friday in defiance of other world powers, choosing not to certify that Tehran is complying with the deal and warning he might ultimately terminate it. Trump announced the major shift in U.S. policy in a speech in which he detailed a more aggressive approach to Iran over its nuclear and ballistic missile programs and its support for extremist groups in the Middle East.


Authorities capture Ohio man suspected in quadruple murders

Authorities capture Ohio man suspected in quadruple murdersAaron Lawson, 23, of Pedro, a small community in southern Ohio, faces three counts of murder and one count of aggravated murder, Lawrence County Sheriff Jeff Lawless told reporters. Lawson is charged with the deaths of three adults and an 8-year-old boy, all of whom were found shot to death in a Pedro trailer. The adults’ identities were not immediately provided by officials, but media reports named them as 28-year-old Staci Jackson, 43-year-old Tammie McGuire and 50-year-old Donald McGuire.