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Trump and Putin Share Joke About Election Meddling, Sparking New Furor 28 Jun 11:32pm Updated Trump and Putin Share Joke About Election Meddling, Sparking New Furor
At the leaders’ first formal meeting in a year, President Trump again made clear that he does not take Russia’s electoral interference as seriously as others do.
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Trump’s Case for China Tariffs Fails to Persuade Americans 28 Jun 11:15pm Updated Trump’s Case for China Tariffs Fails to Persuade Americans
A survey finds that voters think the trade measures will be bad for the United States, and that even most Republicans say they will lead to higher prices.
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Is Marianne Williamson a Fringe Candidate? Or a Likely One? 28 Jun 11:14pm Updated Is Marianne Williamson a Fringe Candidate? Or a Likely One?
After Donald Trump, what should a president be, anyway?
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28 Jun 10:26pm Felons in Florida sue state officials over payments required to regain voting rights
The American Civil Liberties Union and other groups filed suit in Florida on Friday after the governor signed into law a measure that requires some released felons to pay certain outstanding financial obligations before their voting rights are restored.
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Buttigieg’s Debate Remarks on Police Shooting Don’t Satisfy Some Back Home 28 Jun 10:25pm Updated Buttigieg’s Debate Remarks on Police Shooting Don’t Satisfy Some Back Home
At Thursday’s presidential debate, Mr. Buttigieg, the South Bend mayor, was forced to address the police shooting that has consumed his campaign for more than a week.
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28 Jun 9:20pm Updated Booker sees surge in online fundraising after first debate
Sen. Cory Booker is seeing a surge in online fundraising on the heels of his presidential debate performance Wednesday, fueled in large part by new donors, according to new numbers provided exclusively to CNN.
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28 Jun 9:12pm Updated Group aimed at electing LGBTQ public officials backs Buttigieg
Victory Fund, a political action committee whose sole aim is electing LGBTQ politicians to office, plans to endorse Mayor Pete Buttigieg on Friday in New York, the group's president and CEO tells CNN.
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A Breakfast Invitation Helps Rebuild a Crown Prince’s Standing 28 Jun 8:36pm Updated A Breakfast Invitation Helps Rebuild a Crown Prince’s Standing
Pushed to the side the last time the leaders of the Group of 20 met, the de facto Saudi leader, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, is back in the mainstream.
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A Day After Bruising Debate, Biden Pushes Back Against Criticism on Civil Rights 28 Jun 8:31pm Updated A Day After Bruising Debate, Biden Pushes Back Against Criticism on Civil Rights
Mr. Biden suffered a setback in his exchange with Kamala Harris, raising questions about his electability and highlighting the unsettled nature of the race.
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It’s Now the Supreme Court’s Turn to Try to Resolve the Fate of the Dreamers 28 Jun 8:00pm It’s Now the Supreme Court’s Turn to Try to Resolve the Fate of the Dreamers
After a long delay, the justices agreed to decide whether the Trump administration may shut down a program known as DACA that shields young immigrants from deportation.
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What We Learned From the 2020 Democratic Debates 28 Jun 7:54pm Updated What We Learned From the 2020 Democratic Debates
Joe Biden is a fragile front-runner. Kamala Harris has a big chance to build political momentum. And the competition between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders is intensifying.
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McAleenan Says Arrests of Migrants on Border Expected to Decline by 25 Percent in June 28 Jun 7:36pm McAleenan Says Arrests of Migrants on Border Expected to Decline by 25 Percent in June
He attributed the drop to Mexico cracking down on undocumented immigrants crossing the border and the expansion of a policy that forces migrants to wait in Mexico while their asylum cases are processed.
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28 Jun 7:30pm The Point: The big question the 1st Democratic debate answered
You can debate about who did the best -- and worst -- in the first Democratic presidential debate, which was spread out over two nights this week in Miami. (Trust me, I did just that; here are my winners and losers for the first and second nights.)
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28 Jun 7:23pm Testimony ends in murder trial of Navy SEAL accused of stabbing ISIS prisoner
Testimony in the military trial of a Navy SEAL accused of fatally stabbing a prisoner in Iraq two years ago has concluded.
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28 Jun 7:20pm Marxism: What does it mean and is it an insult?
Jeremy Corbyn has been called it again. So what does it mean to be a Marxist and is it an insult?
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What We Know About Joe Biden’s Record on School Busing 28 Jun 6:46pm Updated What We Know About Joe Biden’s Record on School Busing
During the Democratic debate Thursday night, Senator Kamala Harris recalled Mr. Biden’s opposition to school busing in the 1970s. Here’s a look at the history.
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Will Trump’s Plans to Counter Iran Bring a Return of the ‘Tanker War’? 28 Jun 6:44pm Updated Will Trump’s Plans to Counter Iran Bring a Return of the ‘Tanker War’?
The Trump administration proposal has echoes of the so-called Tanker War in the Persian Gulf 30 years ago. Lives were lost. Ships were sunk.
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European Talks With Iran End, Leaving Nuclear Issue Unsettled 28 Jun 6:29pm European Talks With Iran End, Leaving Nuclear Issue Unsettled
Iran’s deputy foreign minister said Tehran will now decide whether to follow through on a plan to breach limits on how much nuclear fuel the country can hold.
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28 Jun 6:29pm Betsy DeVos scraps Obama-era rule on for-profit colleges
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is rescinding an Obama-era rule that was created to protect students from abusive for-profit colleges.
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Interrupting Is Different for Men and Women, Even on a Debate Stage 28 Jun 5:39pm Updated Interrupting Is Different for Men and Women, Even on a Debate Stage
The largest field of women ever on a presidential debate stage provided a high-profile example of the gender dynamics of butting in.
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Republicans Revel in Biden’s Debate Troubles, but See a New Threat in Harris 28 Jun 5:07pm Republicans Revel in Biden’s Debate Troubles, but See a New Threat in Harris
Trump campaign aides and allies acknowledged that the California senator could be a vexing rival and that the Democratic race will be more unpredictable than they had thought.
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Gerrymandering and the Rising Risk of a Monopoly on Power 28 Jun 5:03pm Gerrymandering and the Rising Risk of a Monopoly on Power
The Supreme Court’s decision merely preserves the status quo, but together with other trends, it could put a strain on democracy.
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Justice secretary survives no-confidence vote 28 Jun 4:15pm Justice secretary survives no-confidence vote
Justice Secretary David Gauke has survived a vote of no confidence by his local Conservative Association.
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28 Jun 4:06pm Updated 41 Republicans vote against Iran amendment, effectively blocking bill
Senate Republicans tallied enough votes Friday morning to block a largely Democratic-backed amendment that would require President Donald Trump to get congressional approval before striking Iran militarily.
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28 Jun 3:54pm Updated Labour MP Chris Williamson suspended again over anti-Semitism row
Chris Williamson was readmitted on Wednesday - but a party source says the decision is "still pending".
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28 Jun 3:46pm Updated House Ethics Committee investigating complaint that Rep. Gaetz tried to threaten Cohen
The House Ethics Committee announced Friday it was investigating a complaint that Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz tried to threaten Michael Cohen ahead of his congressional testimony.
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The ‘Show of Hands’ Moment: Democrats Confront Divisions Over Health Care 28 Jun 3:23pm Updated The ‘Show of Hands’ Moment: Democrats Confront Divisions Over Health Care
An issue that united the party in 2018 has potential to fracture it in 2020.
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Democrats Confront Divisions Over Health Care in Debate 28 Jun 2:50pm Updated Democrats Confront Divisions Over Health Care in Debate
The “show of hands” question underscores how an issue that united the party in 2018 has potential to fracture it in 2020.
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Trump’s Case for China Tariffs Fails to Persuade 28 Jun 2:42pm Updated Trump’s Case for China Tariffs Fails to Persuade
A survey finds that voters think the trade measures will be bad for the United States, and that even most Republicans say they will lead to higher prices.
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28 Jun 2:01pm Border funding bill fractures House Democratic progressives and moderates
Emotion, tears and tense confrontations were on display as House Democrats fought over an emergency border aid bill in a debate that deepened the divide between progressives and moderates, further fracturing the unity Democrats have long trumpeted.
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Biden Presses Forward After Bruising Debate, but Some Democrats See Warning Signs 28 Jun 1:56pm Updated Biden Presses Forward After Bruising Debate, but Some Democrats See Warning Signs
Multiple rivals attacked the former vice-president in Thursday’s debate, but he has survived setbacks before in this campaign.
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Supreme Court Will Not Hear Bid to Revive Alabama Abortion Ban 28 Jun 1:49pm Supreme Court Will Not Hear Bid to Revive Alabama Abortion Ban
The Supreme Court declined to revive an Alabama law that would have banned a method used in 99 percent of abortions performed in the state after 15 weeks.
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28 Jun 1:45pm Updated Administration forecasts 25% decrease in migrant apprehensions at US-Mexico border in June
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan said Friday that it appears there will be a 25% decrease in June in numbers of migrants crossing at the US-Mexico border.
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Why Andrew Yang Says Automation Is a Threat to the Country 28 Jun 1:34pm Updated Why Andrew Yang Says Automation Is a Threat to the Country
The entrepreneur and former tech executive discussed automation during the Democratic presidential debate. Here’s some background.
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28 Jun 1:32pm Justice Secretary David Gauke faces no-confidence vote
Political campaign group Leave.EU tweeted it wanted to "claim our first Cabinet scalp".
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28 Jun 1:16pm Updated Five Takeaways From the Border Aid Vote
The vote on Thursday exposed a number of realities about the House majority and its relationship with the Senate.
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28 Jun 1:09pm Updated Jimmy Carter suggests Trump is an illegitimate president
Former President Jimmy Carter suggested Friday that a full investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election would show that Donald Trump didn't win the presidency.
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Marianne Williamson on Spiritual Healing 28 Jun 12:42pm Updated Marianne Williamson on Spiritual Healing
Ms. Williamson, a self-help author running for president, hopes to end what she calls an ongoing “low-level emotional civil war.”
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Reparations Are Part of Marianne Williamson’s Plan to Heal America 28 Jun 12:41pm Updated Reparations Are Part of Marianne Williamson’s Plan to Heal America
Ms. Williamson, a self-help author and presidential candidate, wants to pay $200 billion to $500 billion in reparations for slavery.
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28 Jun 12:41pm Supreme Court to hear appeal in Bridgegate case
The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a case brought by a former aide to ex-New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie who is appealing her conviction in the Bridgegate scandal.
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28 Jun 12:34pm Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch deliver for Trump
President Donald Trump's two Supreme Court nominees -- serving their first term together -- did their part this week to showcase their conservative judicial philosophy and deliver on the Trump's vow to reshape the judiciary and turn the court to the right.
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6 Highlights From Night 2 of the Democratic Debates 28 Jun 12:33pm Updated 6 Highlights From Night 2 of the Democratic Debates
Kamala Harris stood out from the 10-person crowd several times during the NBC debate. Her exchange with Joe Biden, who is leading in the polls, put him on the defensive.
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Labour MP remains suspended after controversial readmission 28 Jun 12:32pm Labour MP remains suspended after controversial readmission
The Labour MP who was controversially readmitted after an inquiry into alleged antisemitism remains suspended, the party has said.
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Biden Comes Under Attack From All Sides in Democratic Debate 28 Jun 12:27pm Updated Biden Comes Under Attack From All Sides in Democratic Debate
Senator Kamala Harris confronted the former vice president in a searing moment over racial equality, and others attacked him on policy and generational divide.
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Who Won the Democratic Debate, Night 2? Experts Weigh In 28 Jun 12:24pm Updated Who Won the Democratic Debate, Night 2? Experts Weigh In
Kamala Harris dominated the night from beginning to end. Pete Buttigieg also got good reviews.
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Trump Tells Putin (With a Grin) Not to Meddle in Elections 28 Jun 12:06pm Updated Trump Tells Putin (With a Grin) Not to Meddle in Elections
At the leaders’ first formal meeting in a year, President Trump again made clear that he does not take Russia’s electoral interference as seriously as others do.
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28 Jun 11:51am Pod Save Brexitcast
BBC correspondents give their analysis as Theresa May calls it a day.
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28 Jun 11:46am Pentagon facing possibility of third acting defense secretary in less than a month
With military tensions rising in the Middle East, more than a dozen of the most senior roles at the Pentagon lack permanent appointees and President Donald Trump is likely to be forced to name, at least temporarily, a third acting defense secretary in the coming weeks.
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28 Jun 11:39am Updated Thomas urges Supreme Court to revisit abortion precedents as judges dodge another case
An Alabama law that prohibits a type of surgical abortion that is clinically referred to as Dilation and Evacuation will remain blocked after the Supreme Court declined on Friday to hear the case, but Justice Clarence Thomas made clear he wants the court to consider rolling back historical precedent on abortion.
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28 Jun 11:36am Brexit: First ministers call for next PM to reject no deal
Mark Drakeford and Nicola Sturgeon will work together to try to keep the UK in the EU.
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28 Jun 11:03am Updated A bit of a sticky mess?
Iain Watson explains how and why MP Chris Williamson was readmitted into the Labour Party.
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28 Jun 10:49am Updated Supreme Court to decide future of DACA protections for undocumented immigrants
The Supreme Court said Friday it will review next term President Donald Trump's decision to terminate an Obama-era program that protects hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children, setting up a potential decision in the heart of the 2020 presidential election.
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28 Jun 10:48am Updated Tory leadership: Jeremy Hunt would give Boris Johnson a cabinet job
The foreign secretary calls his rival an "enormous talent" but does not receive a similar offer.
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28 Jun 10:48am Updated Analysis: Joe Biden throws own campaign into turmoil after Harris attacks his record on race
Joe Biden stumbled into a potential campaign-defining moment Thursday that pitched his effort to win the Democratic nomination onto suddenly shaky ground.
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The Lessons of Washington State’s Watered Down ‘Public Option’ 28 Jun 10:45am Updated The Lessons of Washington State’s Watered Down ‘Public Option’
A big health care experiment for Democrats shows how fiercely doctors and hospitals will fight.
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28 Jun 10:40am Updated Kamala Harris shines in commanding Democratic debate performance
Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris on Thursday night established a commanding presence on her party's debate stage -- cutting through the cacophony of her rivals and insisting time and again that the candidates turn their attention to the troubles of "real Americans."
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2019 Democratic Debates, Night 2: Full Transcript 28 Jun 10:08am 2019 Democratic Debates, Night 2: Full Transcript
Read the full transcript from Night Two of the Democratic primary debate.
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28 Jun 9:53am Kamala Harris says she misinterpreted question on abolishing private insurance
California Sen. Kamala Harris said Friday that she misinterpreted a question about abolishing private health insurance at Thursday night's 2020 Democratic debate, despite the fact that she raised her hand when asked if she would eliminate it.
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Kamala Harris Makes the Case That Joe Biden Should Pass That Torch to Her 28 Jun 9:51am Updated Kamala Harris Makes the Case That Joe Biden Should Pass That Torch to Her
With one exchange about race, the senator began to take aim at Joe Biden’s tenuous hold on his front-runner status in the Democratic presidential field.
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Fact-Checking Night 2 of the 2020 Democratic Debates 28 Jun 9:45am Updated Fact-Checking Night 2 of the 2020 Democratic Debates
New York Times reporters followed the exchanges and provided context around the candidates’ claims.
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Manafort Pleads Not Guilty to N.Y. Charges Designed to Thwart a Trump Pardon 28 Jun 9:45am Updated Manafort Pleads Not Guilty to N.Y. Charges Designed to Thwart a Trump Pardon
President Trump’s former campaign chairman is serving federal prison time. He was in court on Thursday to face new fraud charges in New York.
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De Blasio Impresses in Debate, Then Stumbles by Quoting Che Guevara in Miami 28 Jun 9:45am Updated De Blasio Impresses in Debate, Then Stumbles by Quoting Che Guevara in Miami
The New York City mayor showed he could hold his own in the first Democratic debate, but then angered some in South Florida by quoting the Cuban revolutionary.
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Supreme Court Will Hear ‘Dreamers’ Case 28 Jun 9:37am Updated Supreme Court Will Hear ‘Dreamers’ Case
After a long delay, the justices agreed to decide whether the Trump administration may shut down a program known as DACA that shields young immigrants from deportation.
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28 Jun 9:34am Updated Analysis: Bernie Sanders cannot answer key question about Medicare for All: How to get it done
Disagreement among Democrats over how to achieve universal health care exploded again into view Thursday night as hopefuls took the stage for the second 2020 Democratic presidential nomination debate.
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28 Jun 8:38am Updated Kamala Harris on Seeking to ‘Prosecute the Case’ Against Trump
Ms. Harris, the former California attorney general, reset her campaign and trained her focus on the president.
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28 Jun 8:36am Trump-Erdoğan meeting comes amid dispute over Russian weapons purchase
President Donald Trump is set to come face-to-face with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Saturday in Osaka, Japan, amid a dispute between the two countries over Turkey's purchase of the Russian S-400 missile system and sharp divide over who is responsible for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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28 Jun 8:33am Updated The Bernie Effect: Sanders sets the bar in Democratic health care debate
The Democratic Party's health care agenda is clear -- and the rhetoric sounds increasingly like Sen. Bernie Sanders' vision.
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Supreme Court Gives a Victory to G.O.P. on Gerrymandering and to Democrats Opposed to Census Citizenship Question 28 Jun 7:44am Updated Supreme Court Gives a Victory to G.O.P. on Gerrymandering and to Democrats Opposed to Census Citizenship Question
The pair of decisions have vast implications for the political landscape and democracy itself.
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What We Learned From Night 2 of the Democratic Debates 28 Jun 7:32am Updated What We Learned From Night 2 of the Democratic Debates
Kamala Harris stood out from the 10-person crowd several times during the NBC debate. Her exchange with Joe Biden, who is leading in the polls, put him on the defensive.
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28 Jun 7:20am Boris Johnson on milkshake tax
Boris Johnson has told a leadership hustings in Exeter that he wants to see more work done on getting children to exercise rather than introducing a sugar tax for milkshakes.
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Who Won Debate Night 2? Political Veterans Weigh In 28 Jun 7:05am Updated Who Won Debate Night 2? Political Veterans Weigh In
Kamala Harris dominated the night from beginning to end. Pete Buttigieg also got good reviews.
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28 Jun 6:53am Updated Joe Biden throws own campaign into turmoil after searing Harris attack
Joe Biden stumbled into a potential campaign-defining moment Thursday that pitched his effort to win the Democratic nomination onto suddenly shaky ground.
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Even Half a World Away, Trump Weighs In on Debates 28 Jun 6:27am Updated Even Half a World Away, Trump Weighs In on Debates
Spoiler alert: The president was not impressed with the Democratic candidates vying to run against him in 2020. “They definitely have plenty of candidates, that’s about it,” he said.
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28 Jun 5:52am Updated Theresa May: Salisbury poisoning suspects must face justice
The PM says Russia must stop its "destabilising activities", ahead of talks with President Putin.
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Voting Rights Were Already a Big 2020 Issue. Then Came the Gerrymandering Ruling. 28 Jun 5:00am Voting Rights Were Already a Big 2020 Issue. Then Came the Gerrymandering Ruling.
Already the subject of detailed proposals from several Democratic presidential candidates, the issue of voting rights is now an integral part of the 2020 election.
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Corbyn urged to boot out anti-Semitism row MP 28 Jun 4:25am Corbyn urged to boot out anti-Semitism row MP
Jeremy Corbyn is facing growing demands to kick Chris Williamson out of the party with a long-time ally of the Labour leader arguing the controversial MP "has to go".
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6 Takeaways From Night 2 of the Democratic Debate 28 Jun 3:58am Updated 6 Takeaways From Night 2 of the Democratic Debate
Kamala Harris stood out from the 10-person crowd several times during the NBC debate. Her exchange with Joe Biden, who is leading in the polls, put him on the defensive.
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28 Jun 3:47am Updated G20 summit 2019: Trump meets leaders in Osaka
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28 Jun 3:38am Updated Labour anti-Semitism row: MPs attack decision on Chris Williamson
Labour parliamentarians express "anger" at decision to readmit MP suspended in an anti-Semitism row.
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The Gerrymandering Ruling and the Risk of a Monopoly on Power 28 Jun 3:30am The Gerrymandering Ruling and the Risk of a Monopoly on Power
The Supreme Court’s decision may be a small step, but together with other trends, could put a strain on democracy.
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28 Jun 2:28am Updated Winners and losers from night 2 of the 1st Democratic debate
The majority of the frontrunners for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination crowded onto 10-person debate stage in Miami Thursday night, the second half of a debate-a-thon that began 24 hours earlier with 10 more aspirants duking it out for precious media attention and that most valuable and elusive commodity in national elections: Buzz.
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28 Jun 2:07am Debate Night 2: The ‘On Politics’ Breakdown
Last night, former Vice President Joe Biden had a moment. And it wasn’t pretty.
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Transcript: Kamala Harris and Joe Biden Clash on Race and Busing 28 Jun 1:28am Updated Transcript: Kamala Harris and Joe Biden Clash on Race and Busing
Ms. Harris sharply criticized Mr. Biden over his stance on busing and his recent comments on segregationist senators. Here is a transcript of the exchange.
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Full Transcript: Democratic Presidential Debates, Night 2 28 Jun 1:14am Full Transcript: Democratic Presidential Debates, Night 2
Read the full transcript from Night Two of the Democratic primary debate.
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At the First Debate, an Audio Snarl and a Traffic Jam 28 Jun 12:51am Updated At the First Debate, an Audio Snarl and a Traffic Jam
The Democrats’ prime-time debut was like a big ensemble TV pilot, with a lot of characters to manage.
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House Passes Election Security Package, With an Eye on Mitch McConnell 28 Jun 12:40am Updated House Passes Election Security Package, With an Eye on Mitch McConnell
House Democrats are trying to push Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, to allow the consideration of election security bills in his own chamber.
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What Is Gerrymandering? And Why Did the Supreme Court Rule on It? 28 Jun 12:35am Updated What Is Gerrymandering? And Why Did the Supreme Court Rule on It?
Here’s what you need to know about the legal battle over the rigging of district maps to entrench a governing party’s political power.
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What You Need to Know About the Census Citizenship Question 28 Jun 12:34am Updated What You Need to Know About the Census Citizenship Question
An attack on immigrants or a need to protect minority voters? With a deadline to print 2020 forms looming, the Supreme Court left the question undecided.
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28 Jun 12:29am Updated In pictures: The first Democratic debates
They've been on the campaign trail for weeks — some even longer — and now Democratic presidential hopefuls are finally getting their chance to debate one another on a national stage.
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Andrew Yang on Universal Basic Income 28 Jun 12:15am Updated Andrew Yang on Universal Basic Income
He’s an entrepreneur and former tech executive who wants to give Americans $12,000 a year. Here’s some background.
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Trump’s Latest Acting Pentagon Chief Faces Immediate Stress Test 28 Jun 12:15am Updated Trump’s Latest Acting Pentagon Chief Faces Immediate Stress Test
Mark T. Esper, the third person to run the Defense Department under President Trump, visited NATO. A few days ago he was still Army secretary.
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Eric Swalwell on Gun Control 28 Jun 12:14am Updated Eric Swalwell on Gun Control
Mr. Swalwell has sought to stand out in the crowded Democratic field by making addressing gun violence his top priority.
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28 Jun 12:13am Bernie Sanders on Drug Costs
The United States spends more on prescription drugs than comparable wealthy nations. Mr. Sanders has called for prices to be cut in half.
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28 Jun 12:13am Bernie Sanders on Health Care Costs
Mr. Sanders has long railed against the health care industry, arguing that it has gotten rich at the expense of regular Americans.
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28 Jun 12:13am Updated Bernie Sanders on Medicare for All
A proposal to offer a government-run health plan to all Americans is at the center of Mr. Sanders’s policy agenda.
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28 Jun 12:12am Updated John Hickenlooper on Capitalism
Mr. Hickenlooper believes that his rivals are pushing policies that would destroy the system.
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28 Jun 12:11am Updated Kamala Harris on the LIFT Act
Ms. Harris’s legislation would provide up to $6,000 a year in the form of a refundable tax credit to middle-class and working families.
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28 Jun 12:09am Updated Kirsten Gillibrand on Abortion
Ms. Gillibrand’s strong defense of women’s reproductive rights at a time when they have come under attack has helped her campaign gain steam.
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28 Jun 12:09am Updated Kirsten Gillibrand’s ‘Family Bill of Rights’ Seeks to Level the Playing Field
One of Ms. Gillibrand’s signature proposals calls for investing heavily in maternal and child health.
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28 Jun 12:09am Pete Buttigieg and the South Bend Police
From the dawn of his mayoralty, Mr. Buttigieg has wrestled with the sort of complicated issues of race and criminal justice that afflict communities nationwide.
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Joe Biden on Crime and Mass Incarceration 28 Jun 12:07am Joe Biden on Crime and Mass Incarceration
During the ’80s and ’90s, Mr. Biden helped shepherd a string of bills that transformed the criminal justice system — and, experts say, hurt America’s black communities.
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Kamala Harris Makes the Case That Joe Biden Should Pass the Torch to Her 28 Jun 12:07am Kamala Harris Makes the Case That Joe Biden Should Pass the Torch to Her
With one exchange about race, the senator began to take aim at Joe Biden’s tenuous hold on his front-runner status in the Democratic presidential field.
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28 Jun 12:06am Analysis: Can Xi charm Trump out of escalating the US-China trade war?
Chinese President Xi Jinping has shown himself adept at maneuvering within China's political system, reaching a level of power and control over the ruling Communist Party not seen since the days of Mao Zedong.
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NBC’s Second Democratic Debate Brought Searing Clashes on Inequality 28 Jun 12:05am Updated NBC’s Second Democratic Debate Brought Searing Clashes on Inequality
The candidates on stage Thursday were Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Kamala Harris, Andrew Yang, Kirsten Gillibrand, John Hickenlooper, Michael Bennet, Marianne Williamson and Eric Swalwell.
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Joe Biden on Abortion and the Hyde Amendment 28 Jun 12:05am Updated Joe Biden on Abortion and the Hyde Amendment
Abortion is one example of a larger problem for Mr. Biden: his inability to escape parts of a nearly 50-year record.
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28 Jun 12:02am Updated Michael Bennet and the Immigration Compromise That Failed
Mr. Bennet, a senator from Colorado, may be best known for helping negotiate a comprehensive immigration proposal in 2013.
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28 Jun 12:01am Updated John Hickenlooper Used to Be Michael Bennet’s Boss
The two Colorado politicians’ decisions to run for president added an element of sibling-style rivalry to the race.
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28 Jun 12:01am Updated Michael Bennet on Washington Corruption and Gridlock
Mr. Bennet, a senator from Colorado, has called for a lifetime ban on members of Congress becoming lobbyists, and other measures meant to reboot American democracy.
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28 Jun 12:00am Updated Democratic debate: Night two by the numbers
As the second group of candidates takes the stage for the first Democratic presidential debate, we're tracking speaking times by candidate. We'll be posting regular updates during the course of the evening.
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28 Jun 12:00am Hunt vs Johnson: Meet their voters
Britain's next PM will need to win over sceptical Tories. Here's what some of them think of the two candidates.
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