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U.S. To Limit The Number Of Refugees Allowed Entry To 30,000

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks about the new limit on refugees to the media Monday at the State Department in Washington.

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DOJ Didn’t Want To Request Census Question During FBI’s ‘Comey Matter’

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U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions (left) speaks with former FBI Director James Comey (center) and other officials at the Department of Justice in April 2017, in Washington.

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At The 2018 Emmys, ‘Game Of Thrones’ And ‘Mrs. Maisel’ Soar While The Hosts Struggle

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Rachel Brosnahan accepts the outstanding lead actress in a comedy series award for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel at the 70th Emmy Awards.

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With ‘Angry Waters’ Rising, Officials Warn Of Risk To Life From Florence

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Homes and a marina are flooded on Sept. 16, 2018 as a result of high tides and rain from Florence, which moved through the area in Jacksonville, N.C.

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Meredith Corp. To Sell ‘Time’ Magazine To Salesforce Founder For $190 Million

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Almost eight months after Meredith finalized its purchase of Time Inc., the publishing giant says it reached a deal to sell Time magazine to tech billionaire Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne Benioff.

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As Injuries Continue, Doctors Renew Call For Ban On Infant Walkers

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Skull fractures, concussions and broken bones are common injuries when children not yet able to walk use infant walkers and fall down stairs.

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To Manage Dementia Well, Start With The Caregivers

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When Kate Sieloff’s husband, Karl, began acting strange, she didn’t know where to turn. Her hard-working, affectionate spouse was suddenly having fits of anger and aggression. He stopped paying the bills. Karl, 56 at the time, was an engineer at General Motors, where he’d worked for more than 40 years. But ...

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Typhoon Mangkhut Kills Dozens In The Philippines With Hong Kong In Path

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Residents walk on flooded streets as typhoon Mangkhut batters their city on Sept. 15 in Tuguegarao, Philippines. Typhoon Mangkhut hammered northern Philippines as it made landfall Saturday morning leaving at least 12 people dead.

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Swimmer Dead After Shark Attack On Cape Cod

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Two people look out at the water after a shark attack at Newcomb Hollow Beach in Wellfleet, Mass., on Sept. 15.

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Committee Recommends Russia’s Anti-Doping Agency Be Reinstated

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Workers, photographed in 2016, at the Russian Anti-Doping Agency. An executive committee at the World Anti-Doping Agency is considering reinstating the Russian organization.

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Census Citizenship Question Trial Could Start Day Before Midterm Elections

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Newly sworn-in U.S. citizens gather for a naturalization ceremony in Alexandria, Va., in August. A potential trial over a new 2020 census citizenship question is set to start on Nov. 5 in New York City.

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Florence Evacuees Face 4 Nights In A Shelter, And No End In Sight

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Candace and Lawanda Jones are taking shelter at Conway High School in Conway, S.C.

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