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Trump Sets Expectations Low for Helsinki Summit with Putin

Trump Sets Expectations Low for Helsinki Summit with Putin

By Jill Colvin | Jul 15
President Donald Trump says "nothing bad ... maybe some good" will come out of Monday's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Trump's Remarks About Changing European Culture Draw Ire

Trump's Remarks About Changing European Culture Draw Ire

By Jesse J. Holland and Russell Contreras | Jul 15
President Donald Trump's lament this week that immigration is "changing the culture" of Europe echoed rising anti-immigrant feelings on both sides of the Atlantic.

Trump Tweets, Hits Links Before High-Stakes Putin Meeting

Trump Tweets, Hits Links Before High-Stakes Putin Meeting

By Jill Colvin and Renata Brito | Jul 14
Two days before a high-stakes summit with Russian President Putin, President Trump played golf and tweeted from one of his namesake resorts, blaming his predecessor for Russian election meddling and lashing out at the free press from foreign soil.

US Official: Russia Using Social Media to Divide Americans

US Official: Russia Using Social Media to Divide Americans

By Geoff Mulvihill | Jul 14
The U.S. homeland security secretary said on Saturday there are no signs that Russia is targeting this year's midterm elections with the same "scale or scope" it targeted the 2016 presidential election.

12 Russians Accused of Hacking Democrats on 2016 US Election

12 Russians Accused of Hacking Democrats on 2016 US Election

By Eric Tucker | Jul 13
Twelve Russian intelligence officers hacked into the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton presidential campaign in the run-up to the 2016 election.

UK University Launches Study into This Gay Subculture

UK University Launches Study into This Gay Subculture

Jul 13
The University of Brighton recently approved a study into one of the gay community's biggest subcultures.

Indonesia's Aceh Carries Out Public Canings Despite Pledge

Indonesia's Aceh Carries Out Public Canings Despite Pledge

Jul 13
Indonesia's deeply conservative Muslim province of Aceh has publicly caned 15 people found guilty of violating Shariah law, despite pledging not to carry out the punishment in public.

Anti-Trump Protesters March in London

Anti-Trump Protesters March in London

Jul 13
Tens of thousands of people are marching in central London in the first wave of a whirlwind of protests against the visit of U.S. president Donald Trump, accusing him of torture, misogyny and racism.

Germany Turns Coal Mines Into Vast Lakeside Resorts

Germany Turns Coal Mines Into Vast Lakeside Resorts

By Frank Jordans | Jul 13
As the sun beats down on a small vineyard by the rippling waters of Grossraeschen Lake, there's little sign of the vast wound that lies beneath.

Royal Etiquette for the Trumps' Visit: Don't Kiss the Queen

Royal Etiquette for the Trumps' Visit: Don't Kiss the Queen

By Gregory Katz | Jul 13
President Donald Trump is coming to Britain fresh from a confrontational NATO summit that featured stinging criticism of America's closest allies, but he's likely to tone down that stance when he takes tea Friday with Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.

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