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A former prime minister and onetime ally of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that he was creating a new political party, a challenge that could splinter the governing party and fatally damage the Turkish leader’s chances for re-election

More than 100 lawyers escalated their protest against a hospital in Pakistan and stormed the building. Doctors ran for cover, and unattended, panicked patients ran for their lives. In the end, officials said, 3 patients died amid the chaos.

The breach of 15 million Iranian bank accounts was first dismissed by Iran as a criminal extortion plot. Now Iran's government says it was hit by a "very big" state-sponsored cyberattack.

The United States is prepared to take “simultaneous steps” with North Korea to achieve peace on the Korean Peninsula, the American ambassador to the United Nations said, but she also warned the North Koreans against conducting further missile tests

The list of Chinese companies that can't pay back their loans is getting longer. “This is not over yet,” said an S&P Global specialist. “We are expecting defaults to rise.”

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The Hamblen County Jail in Tennessee has been described as a dangerously overcrowded “cesspool of a dungeon." And that's the county sheriff talking.

The Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren describes how she went from being a Republican law professor to being a progressive candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination. Listen to today's episode of The Daily.

“Four years is as long as I can go, but eight years — we won’t even have an America left,” said Mac Macnair, a Democrat living in a deep-red county in Georgia. "Trump anxiety disorder" has become anxiety about everything — and impeachment isn’t helping.

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President Trump has sold himself as a self-made billionaire but a Times investigation found that he received more than $400 million from his father’s empire, much of it through dubious tax schemes during the 1990s, including instances of outright fraud.

China has detained up to a million Muslims, a campaign it calls a benevolent and routine effort against the pull of extremism. But 403 pages of Communist Party documents we obtained reveal how officials plotted to carry out a ruthless, coercive clampdown.

What music do Americans love the most? We made a playlist for each neighborhood.

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The “Queer Eye” star Jonathan Van Ness opens up to The New York Times about being an addict, a sexual abuse survivor and H.I.V. positive

Greta Thunberg speaks at the UN climate summit: "You all come to us young people for hope? How dare you!" Read more:

During the Iraq War, U.S. troops found thousands of chemical weapons. The war's untold story:

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In an open letter aimed at Mark Zuckerberg and his top lieutenants, Facebook employees decried the company’s policy of allowing politicians to post any claim, even false ones, in ads, saying it was “a threat to what FB stands for”

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