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Demand for Ivory Drops in China, New Report Finds

China’s ivory factories will close on Thursday as part of Beijing's goal to end the ivory trade by 2018.

Judge to Consider Student's Objection to Trump University Settlement

The objection raises the possibility the litigation could continue to dog Trump's presidency.

Iran Is the ‘Greatest Long-Term Threat to Stability,’ Army General Warns

"I believe that Iran is operating in what I call a gray zone," he said. "And it's an area between normal competition between states— and it's just short of open conflict."

Christie Aides Get Up to Two Years in Prison for 'Bridgegate' Scandal

Christie has denied any involvement and was not charged. But the scandal tarnished his national profile and resulted in record-low approval ratings in his home state.

FBI Director James Comey Tried To Reveal Russian Tampering Months Before Election

Officials from the Obama White House and the Justice Department stopped him from writing an op-ed on the topic, two sources say.

Poll Finds Republicans Blame Congress, Not Trump, for Healthcare Reform Failure

Republicans were most likely to blame Congress. Some 26 percent said House Democrats were most responsible and 23 percent blamed House Republicans. Another 13 percent blamed Trump.

Trump's Border Wall Won't Actually Look Like a Wall, Interior Secretary Warns

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke said Tuesday the proposed border wall could come in the form of a bunch of electronic devices checking for illegal crossings along the Rio Grande. 

Chinese Military to Create 'Iron Fortress' Along Borders in Asia

China conducted joint air and land drills near its unstable border with Myanmar as Beijing stressed national security.

Trump Coalition Threatens a Return to the Jim Crow Era

'American carnage' is the president's promise to communities of color, via an assault on voting rights, immigration raids, visa restrictions and more.

Trump's Economy: These States Show Gains for the Middle Class, New Index Finds

A new economic index suggests President Donald Trump has made early progress on economic issues.

Amid Suicide Crisis, Congress Must Not Make It Easier for Mentally Ill Vets to Buy Guns

A bill recently passed by the House would endanger more vets by removing them from the background check system, the author writes.

Europe’s Richest Man, Amancio Ortega, Donates €320 Million to Fight Cancer

Ortega, the founder of Zara and worth over $70 billion, is donating the funds to Spain’s public health service.

Trump on ‘Campaign to Erase LGBTQ People,’ Groups Say

LGBTQ, human rights groups denounce cancelation of sexual orientation questions on U.S. census.

Russia and U.S. Relations 'Very Bad,' Russian Lawmaker Warns

Experts on U.S.-Russia relations have warned for months that a new cold war could be flaring up between Washington and the Kremlin.

U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley: ‘I Believe You Will See Cuts to the U.N.’

Nikki Haley outlined her agenda for the United Nations, including human rights and peacekeeping reform.

Law and Order: Trump Plan to Cut Police Funding Slammed by Union Leader Who Backed Him During Election

The Fraternal Order of Police backed Trump in the 2016 election, but union leaders said they do not support proposed cuts to sanctuary cities such as San Francisco and New York.

Record Europe Sales Drive Israeli Defense Exports to $6.5 Billion

Officials say 14 percent increase helped by “increased security challenges” in Europe.

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