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Muslims keep up shrine boycott
Muslim leaders urged the faithful Tuesday to keep up their prayer protests and avoid entering a contested Jerusalem shrine, even after Israel dismantled metal detectors that initially triggered the tensions.
Va. school may change Confederate name
Firm offers to microchip workers
U.S. fires warning shots near Iran ship in Persian Gulf
A U.S. Navy patrol boat fired warning shots Tuesday near an Iranian vessel that American sailors said came dangerously close to them during a tense encounter in the Persian Gulf, the first such incident to happen under President Donald Trump
Cheers, whoops for McCain’s return, then impassioned speech
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In high drama at the Capitol, Sen. John McCain on Tuesday delivered a crucial vote in the Republican drive to dismantle the health care law, a win for President Donald Trump and GOP leaders, and then leveled a broadside at how the GOP got there.
By a hair, Senate votes to debate GOP health care bill
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Donald Trump urged Republicans to "step up to the plate" for Tuesday's crucial Senate vote on their bill eviscerating much of the Obama health care law. A cliff-hanger roll call was likely, with added drama from Sen. John McCain's return to the Capitol for his first vote since being diagnosed with brain cancer.
O.J. Simpson says he had a ‘conflict-free life’
Some urge sprinkler mandates across U.S. after Honolulu fire
Kushner, Manafort meet with congressional investigators
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Two key members of President Donald Trump's presidential campaign met Tuesday with congressional investigators probing Russia's interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion with Trump associates.
Officials: Norovirus likely caused Chipotle illnesses
Health officials said that norovirus is believed to be what caused dozens of people to report becoming ill after eating at a Chipotle in suburban Washington, D.C., earlier this month.
White House indicates president would sign new sanctions bill
Trump’s new message adviser wants ‘a more positive mojo’ in role
No Russia collusion, Trump son-in-law Kushner tells Congress
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Senior White House adviser Jared Kushner denied Monday that he colluded with Russians in the course of President Donald Trump's White House bid and declared he has "nothing to hide."