Claims of massive illegal voting by noncitizens have routinely been disproved, but some noncitizens end up on the voter rolls, often by accident. Now, states are trying to fix that.
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For the first time, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday that she's open to the possibility of delaying Britain's exit from the European Union.
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"We'll try to bring joy, positivity, beauty, drag, culture to whatever this is," Beatrix Lestrange said, pointing to the section of the border fence directly behind her.
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Senator Elizabeth Warren proposes a new kind of U.S. tax policy: a wealth tax. But the policy faces serious hurdles, including lessons from a failed experiment in Europe and a constitutional challenge
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The city announced that more than 9,000 marijuana-related convictions will be cleared. California voters legalized recreational marijuana in 2016.
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Ann Leckie's new fantasy novel is packed with family intrigue, throne-room maneuvering and nods to Hamlet in its story of a son who comes home to find his father missing and his uncle in power.
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A recent study found that Dr. Seuss books can be pretty racist. It's highlighted a growing debate: Should schools teach classic books that may be problematic or trade them for socially conscious ones?
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India says its fighter jets crossed into Pakistan early Tuesday morning and bombed a militant training camp there. Pakistan, on the other hand, says there was no damage and no casualties.
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President Trump hopes to make progress in his meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong Un this week, but he has resisted pressure to set firm timelines for the regime to give up its nuclear weapons.
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An animal lover stopped to feed a hungry-looking stray cat outside Everglades National Park in Florida. The cat bit her finger; then treatment for a possible rabies infection bit her pocketbook.
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The onetime attorney and fixer has closed meetings scheduled with the House and Senate intelligence panels and an open one set for the House oversight committee. It could be a doozy.
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Some officials and mental health experts say the suicides are a sign of deeper problems with the mental health and well-being of Chicago police officers.
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Trump campaign adviser Paul Manafort pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy against the United States. His lawyers are arguing that at his age, a long imprisonment would amount to a 'life sentence.'
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