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The Upshot|Explaining Hillary Clinton's Lost Ground in the Polls
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A month ago, Hillary Clinton had a big lead in national and battleground state polls. Today, she has a modest lead at best. A few surveys even show Donald Trump ahead. What happened? Mr. Trump has made gains in unifying his party's base, while Mrs.
First Read: The Most Important Number in the New NBC/WSJ Poll
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Clinton allies blame Bernie for bad polls
Human remains suggest explosion brought down EgyptAir plane, forensics official says
Human remains recovered from the crash site of EgyptAir Flight 804 showed burn marks and were "very tiny," suggesting an explosion brought down the plane, a senior Egyptian forensics official told the Associated Press Tuesday. The official, who spoke ...
Investigators play down explosion theory in EgyptAir crash
Forensic expert: Human remains from EgyptAir crash suggest explosion
Egypt rejects report that crash evidence points to explosion
UN fears for 10000 families trapped in ISIS-held Falluja as Iraq army advances
(CNN) The United Nations says it fears for the safety of an estimated 10,000 families trapped in Falluja as Iraqi forces press in to retake the city from ISIS. Fierce fighting has been raging around Falluja since Iraq's military launched an offensive ...
Iraq forces keep up shelling of Falluja, UN concern mounts for civilians
IS conflict: 50000 Iraqi civilians 'at great risk' in Falluja
Alleged ISIS Document Outlines Plans For Doomsday In Fallujah
Two FBI Agents Shot Serving Arrest Warrant In Park Forest; Suspect Dead
Two FBI agents were shot while executing a search warrant at a home in south suburban Park Forest on May 24, 2016. The suspect was found dead in the home. (Credit: CBS). 2. CHICAGO (CBS) — Two FBI agents were shot Tuesday morning while serving ...
2 FBI Agents Shot During Attempted Arrest, Suspect Found Dead in Park Forest
FBI agents wounded serving warrant in Park Forest home; suspect found dead inside
Two FBI agents shot; man found dead inside Park Forest home
Bill Cosby Smiles and Waves While Arriving in Court for Preliminary Hearing on Drugging and Sexual Assault Charges
After hard-fought efforts by his attorneys to get criminal charges against him dismissed, entertainer Bill Cosby heads to criminal court Tuesday for a preliminary hearing on accusations of drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple employee Andrea ...
Bill Cosby's first hearing on sex-assault charges underway without accuser
Bill Cosby enters court for pretrial hearing
Cosby accuser says she was dizzy, "felt like jelly" in testimony
TSA boots head of security amid furor over long lines
McLEAN, Va. — The Transportation Security Administration ousted its head of security this week because the agency is seeking a "different approach," not because of any wrongdoing, TSA Administrator Peter Neffenger said Tuesday. Kelly Hoggan was ...
Politics|TSA Replaces Security Chief as Tension Grows at Airports and Agency
Top TSA official removed from his position in wake of scrutiny
TSA's Head Of Security 'Removed' From Office, Says House Panel
Don't start a fire in Asia, China warns Obama after Vietnam arms embargo lifted
BEIJING — China warned President Obama on Tuesday not to spark a fire in Asia after he announced the lifting of a long-standing embargo on lethal arms sales to Vietnam. Obama unveiled the historic step on Monday during his first visit to Vietnam ...
As Obama Presses Vietnam on Rights, Activists Are Barred From Meeting
Obama implores people of Vietnam to seek more freedoms
Obama prods Vietnam on rights after activists stopped from meeting him
PHOTOS: Greece Begins Evacuating Thousands Of Asylum-Seekers From Camp
Greek authorities have started to move migrants and refugees out of the makeshift Idomeni camp, near the border with Macedonia. The camp houses approximately 10,000 people, many of whom have been there for months. The asylum-seekers were hoping ...
Greek police begin relocating refugees from makeshift border camp
Greece starts moving migrants from squalid border camp
Greek police evacuate hundreds from country's largest informal refugee camp
Senior Taliban Figure Says Death of Leader Could Unify Group
The death of the leader of the Afghan Taliban in a U.S. drone strike last week could make the insurgent movement stronger by bringing back dissident commanders and unifying the movement's ranks, a senior Afghan Taliban figure said on Tuesday.
Afghan Taliban leader reportedly was in Iran hours before US strike killed him
Pakistan says can't confirm Taliban leader Mansour killed in US drone strike
Pakistan: DNA Tests to Confirm Taliban Leaders Death
Twitter moves away from 140 characters, ditches confusing and restrictive rules
Partially confirming earlier reports, Twitter announced this morning plans that will begin to distance it from its strict adherence to the rule that tweets can only contain 140 characters. The company says that, among other changes designed to welcome ...
Twitter to Ease Character Limit, Making Room for GIFs, Videos and More
Twitter to let you say more in 140 characters
Twitter says usernames and images will no longer count against 140-character limit