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Romania’s minority government dislodged the opposition mayor of Bucharest, giving it a boost before national elections in December

Malaysia’s ruling coalition named their candidate for chief minister in the key state of Sabah on Monday, in a move that could fray ties between the parties behind PM Muhyiddin Yassin

Despite Trump's pledge he would pursue no new foreign deals while president, he earned $73 million abroad in his first 2 years in the White House, including from the Philippines and Turkey

Donald Trump repeatedly discussed with advisers the idea of naming his daughter Ivanka as his running mate in 2016, according to a new book

While British pubs and restaurants are required to shut at 10 p.m., there is still one place staying open: bars in the Houses of Parliament

Here’s how to watch the debate for the parts that really make a difference

The longer the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia goes on, the greater the risk they turn to larger allies for help

Nearly 1 million people have already voted in the U.S. election US More than 944,000 people have cast their ballots through mail-in and early voting, according to data compiled by University of Florida professor Michael McDonald, an expert on voting

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Biden campaign starts selling stickers that say “I Paid More In Taxes Than Donald Trump”

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Breaking: Maine Senator Susan Collins became the first Republican to break ranks with GOP leadership and President Donald Trump to say the next Supreme Court nominee should be selected by whoever is elected president on Nov. 3.

U.S. Senators said they’re growing restless with the delay in passing legislation to support protesters in Hong Kong

Every time the Fed raises rates, Trump’s payments on some $340 million in variable-rate loans go up

The U.S. recorded a $100.5 billion budget deficit in October, an increase of about 60% from a year earlier

Major companies say they’ll turn over most gains from proposed corporate tax cuts to shareholders, undercutting Trump’s promise

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Chicago makes history as Lori Lightfoot becomes its first black, female mayor

#Coronavirus latest: -Cases surpass 117,000 worldwide; deaths exceed 4,200 -China reports just 24 new cases -Italy infections over 10,000, cases in the U.S. near 1,000 -Canada's PM Justin Trudeau to announce financial measures

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