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The president casts his decision as fulfilling a campaign promise, but critics say he is sacrificing a U.S. ally and undermining American credibility. Turkey, meanwhile, says it won't bow to Trump's threats on its military intentions.
A whistleblower's complaint and text messages released by another envoy portray Gordon Sondland as a potentially important witness to allegations that the president sought to dig up dirt on a rival in the name of foreign policy.
Six couples say federal immigration authorities in Baltimore have "cruelly twisted" regulations by detaining immigrants seeking legal status based on their marriages.
Tanzanians are trying to head off retaliatory killings on the endangered species by helping to safeguard the domesticated animals on which the big cats prey.
With a simple tweet, Gideon Saar openly challenges the Israeli prime minister, who is facing corruption allegations and postelection political paralysis.
The cases are the court's first on the issue since the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy, a voice for gay rights, and his replacement by the more conservative Brett Kavanaugh.
Carrie Lam says the Chinese military could step in if an uprising for democratic reforms that has rocked the city for months "becomes so bad," but reiterates the government still hopes to resolve the crisis itself.
These include a Chinese company making Costco baby blanket sleepers, a Malaysian company that sells surgical gloves and a Brazilian charcoal maker selling to leading water filter firms.
Three scientists are acknowledged for their contribution to the understanding of the evolution of the universe.
10. HOW SWEEP IT IS
Gleyber Torres slugs the Yankees to an ALDS sweep of the Twins, Minnesota's 16th straight postseason loss, tying a North America major sports record.