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Trump Rails Against Cassidy Hutchinson Testimony -- 'The Woman Is Living in Fantasy Land'
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Israel dissolves its parliament as the country heads towards its fifth election in less than four years
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Andrew Bogut continues harsh Kendall Jenner Twitter spree after Devin Booker breakup
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Supreme Court curbs EPA's ability to fight climate change
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Israel's parliament dissolves, sets 5th election in 4 years
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For some workers, office mandates aren’t just a pain. They’re harmful.
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Эрдоган: Турция не станет рассматривать в парламенте одобрение заявок Швеции и Финляндии по НАТО в случае невыполнения ими обязательств
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Supreme Court rules against EPA effort to regulate power plant emissions in major climate suit
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Philippines inaugurates Ferdinand Marcos Jr. 36 years after father booted from office
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Supreme Court restricts EPA’s authority to regulate power plant emissions
The Supreme Court voted x-x to restrict/uphold the EPA's ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions at power plants.
Abortions may resume in Kentucky after judge grants temporary suspension of 'trigger' law
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Ukraine 'Big Victory' at Snake Island Could Be a Turning Point
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Supreme Court rules for coal-producing states, limits EPA's power to fight climate change
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