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An Amtrak train derailed south of Seattle and fell partly onto Interstate 5, where authorities initially reported "injuries and casualties."
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President Trump discusses his national security strategy in a speech on Monday. Trump's strategy is built around four pillars: protecting the homeland; promoting prosperity; peace through strength; and advancing American influence.
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The Food and Drug Administration plans to take action against risky homeopathic remedies under a policy unveiled Monday.
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Christine Thompson lives in Milwaukee with her children ages 7 and 3. They have been served a "Notice to Vacate" by their landlord for not paying rent. In Wisconsin, and most other areas of the country, landlords may evict tenants during any time of the year, including during the winter.
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As people age they may forget more because their brain waves get out of sync, new research finds.
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The latest Pakistani crackdown on aid groups isn't the first. Above: A policeman stands guard outside the office of Save the Children in Islamabad, which was shuttered by Pakistani authorities in June 2015 under suspicion of "working against the country," according to government officials.
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Judge Alex Kozinski of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals announced his immediate retirement on Dec. 18, 2017, after 15 women alleged inappropriate sexual conduct or comments.
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Appearing on Christmas tables and at winter weddings,
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Graduate students rally against the proposed GOP tax reform bill at Union Square in New York City on Nov. 29.
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With drug prices in the election spotlight, the pharmaceutical industry's main trade group raised its revenue and spending.
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John Skipper attends the ESPN College Football Playoffs Night of Champions at Centennial Hall on January 10, 2015. He is stepping down as CEO of ESPN, citing substance addiction.
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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, hope to build an automated computer system to help determine who gets to visit or immigrate to the United States.
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Twitter's official account on a smartphone. The platform has announced it will enforce a new set of rules aiming to curb abuse and harassment.
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French skipper, François Gabart, waves aboard his 100-foot trimaran as he celebrates his world record off Brest harbor, western France, on Sunday.
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In this photo provided by the Santa Barbara County Fire Department, a Bombardier 415 Super Scooper makes a water drop on hot spots along the hillside east of Gibraltar Road in Santa Barbara, Calif., on Sunday morning.
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Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson watches the action during the first half of an NFL football game between the Carolina Panthers and the Green Bay Packers in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday.
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Passengers wait after the lights went out at Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Sunday. Many travelers were stuck in grounded planes for hours.
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