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READ: Testimony Of Jennifer Williams, Aide To Vice President Pence

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At the time of her deposition on Nov. 7, her lawyer told NPR that Williams's testimony "will largely reflect what is already in the public record."

Polio Is Making A Comeback

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Health officials have long known that virus from the oral vaccine can contaminate water supplies; they underestimated how big a problem this would be.

Prince Andrew Admits Visiting With Sex Offender Epstein Was 'The Wrong Thing To Do'

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The Duke of York told the BBC staying at the home of convicted sex offender Jeffery Epstein was "the wrong thing to do."

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8 Killed In Bolivia As Protesters Call For Return of Ousted President Evo Morales

With tensions running high following Morales' resignation last Sunday, demonstrators have taken to the streets to decry the nation's interim president, Jeanine AƱez.

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'I Miss Them, Always': A Witness Recounts El Salvador's 1989 Jesuit Massacre

Six priests became modern-day martyrs in one of the most high-profile religious crimes in recent Latin American history. A woman who witnessed the incident says the FBI pressured her to stay quiet.

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China Reports 2 Cases Of The Most Dangerous Type Of Plague

Authorities have censored Chinese-language news of the hospitalization of a couple who traveled from Mongolia to Beijing for treatment, perhaps to tamp down fears.

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OMB Staffer Could Shed Light On Impeachment Inquiry Enigmas

Closed-door testimony from the only White House staffer cooperating with the probe could provide first-hand knowledge about details that remain hazy.

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When Countries Get Wealthier, Kids Can Lose Out On Vaccines

Childhood vaccines are often subsidized in the poorest countries. , but not for those moving up the wealth ladder.

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Judge Rules That U.S.-Born Woman Who Joined ISIS Is Not A U.S. Citizen

Hoda Muthana, a 25-year-old who was a student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham when she traveled to Syria, is currently imprisoned at a detention camp in northern Syria with her young son.

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Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Links Moscow Prosecutor To Luxury Properties Abroad

Alexei Navalny, a prominent critic of President Vladimir Putin, runs an anti-corruption organization that Russian authorities accuse of being a "foreign agent." This week, he hit back.

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Sri Lanka's Front-Runner Strikes Fear Among Tamils Who Blame Him For Disappearances

Gotabaya Rajapaksa, the civil war-era defense secretary, is considered a hero to many majority Buddhists but the prospect of his winning Saturday's presidential election terrifies some minorities.

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Log Of Trump's April Call With Zelenskiy Contradicts Original White House Readout

The White House has released a log of a congratulatory phone call the U.S. president made to Ukraine's just-elected leader in April, which Trump has called "more important" than the July call.

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Marie Yovanovitch: Trump's Remarks To Ukraine Leader Felt Like A 'Threat'

Yovanovitch said President Trump's comments that things might "happen to her" felt like a "threat" and that her recall shows how corrupt elements can oust a U.S. diplomat.