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France begins presidential vote in test for populism


Searches underway in fatal attack on Paris police


Pence lands in South Korea after North's failed launch


North Korea missile test explodes on launch


Trump says US-Russia relations may be at "all-time low"


7 years later, Poland still wrestles with plane crash trauma


UPDATE: Stockholm suspect was failed asylum-seeker; 2nd man arrested


Church bombings in Egypt kills 37, wounds dozens


Indonesian farmer swallowed by 23-foot-long python


UPDATE: Westminster attacker born Adrian Russell Ajao


UPDATE: Four dead in vehicle, knife attack near British Parliament


North Korea's Kim Jong Un says engine test is 'new birth' of rocket industry


The Latest: Orly attacker snatched assault gun from soldier


34 dead after bus plows into crowd in Haiti


Death toll climbs to 40 in Guatemala shelter fire


46 dead after garbage dump landslide in Ethiopia


Deadly floods hit southern Zimbabwe, destroying many homes


N. Korea hits out at US over possible terror listing


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Senators Gather at White House For 'Sobering' North Korea Briefing

The White House played host Wednesday to an all-Senators briefing focused on the North Korea threat. One lawmaker called the session "sobering."

Arkansas Executions: Censured Judge Asks for AG, High Court Probe

An Arkansas judge asked two state commissions to investigate the state Attorney General's Office and the state Supreme Court for removing him from death penalty cases.

'He Kills Witnesses': Hollywood Producer Testifies in Durst Case

Durst is accused of murdering a friend because he feared she would implicate him in the disappearance of his wife.

Desperate Male White Rhino Joins Tinder in Effort to Mate

Like many guys using the Tinder dating app, Sudan loves the outdoors and travels widely. The catch: he's the world's last male white northern rhino an

Trump Signs Executive Order Reviewing Federal Role in Education

President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday aimed at decreasing the role of the federal government in education.