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Shanahan: US will not unilaterally withdraw from Afghanistan


Report: Khashoggi's fiancee could also have been a victim


Report: Pope says not time yet for mediation in Venezuela


New athletes group formed to tackle doping in sports


US, Poland launch Mideast conference despite uncertain aims


Some in migrant caravan seek jobs on Mexican side of border


New Pentagon chief makes global debut with status uncertain


May urges UK lawmakers: Give me more time to get Brexit deal


Reports: Russian authorities make deal with Google


Amid sanctions calls, Saudis deny prince had role in slaying


US nuns urge changes to church structure to address abuse


UN expert: Saudi Arabia undermined Khashoggi probe


Vatican clarifies pope on issue of 'sexual slavery' of nuns


Taliban: Half of US troops to leave Afghanistan by May 1


Hopes high for concrete results from 2nd Kim-Pres. Trump summit


UN experts: North Korea nukes intact, dispersing missiles


Pope publicly acknowledges clergy sexual abuse of nuns


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Lee Radziwill, style icon and sister of Jackie Kennedy, dies at 85

"We are heartbroken and I will miss our dear friend. Rest In Peace, Lee Radziwill," designer Tory Burch tweeted on Saturday.

Hunters say it's not a 'zombie disease,' but they are worried about deer illness

“Thankfully no one has ever contracted the disease from eating CWD-positive venison, but I‘d love to have a crystal ball to see if that’s still the case or not in 25 years,” one hunting advocate said.

Anthony Weiner released from prison

The disgraced ex-congressman served 15 months at Federal Medical Center Devens in Ayer, Massachusetts, after pleading guilty to sexting with a 15-year-old girl.

Business owner fights to save 'last LGBTQIA+ black club in NYC'

Brooklyn's Club Langston, which its owner says is NYC's last black-owned gay bar, has been a safe space for queer black men for nearly two decades.

Retailers, fashion brands struggle with racial insensitivity

Experts say many of these fashion companies live in a sort of bubble and lack the diversity in their staff that could vet their fashions.