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Politics|Trump Speaks With Taiwan's Leader, an Affront to China
New York Times
President-elect Donald J. Trump at the Carrier plant in Indianapolis on Thursday. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump spoke by telephone with Taiwan's president on Friday, a striking break with nearly ...
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Politics|James Mattis, Trump's Choice for Defense, Favors Working With Allies
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Gen. James N. Mattis met with U.S. Marines at Camp Rhino in Afghanistan in December 2001. Credit Jim Hollander/European Pressphoto Agency. WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump's selection of Gen. James N. Mattis as defense secretary ...
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Jury reports it's deadlocked in the fatal police shooting of Walter Scott in South Carolina
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The jury in the murder trial of Michael Slager, a white former North Charleston police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man, Walter Scott, informed a judge Friday it was unable to reach a unanimous decision. One juror is refusing to consider a ...
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Democrats need to focus on the gut, not the head
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As Democrats contemplate their losses in November's election, most have settled on a solution. They believe that the party needs more economically populist policies. But this misses an essential reality: Most people don't vote on the basis of policies ...

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Yes, you can blame millennials for Hillary Clinton's loss
Washington Post
Hillary Clinton's campaign has lots of excuses for losing. There's the electoral college, James Comey, the media's alleged over-exuberance in digging into Clinton's email server, etc. But Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook said Thursday that one ...
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Castro's ashes make their way to the city where his revolution began
SANTIAGO DE CUBA — For Cubans who live in this eastern city of Cuba, Fidel Castro's decision to lay his ashes to rest here was an obvious one. Havana may be the political, economic and tourism capital of this Carribean island, but the mountainous ...
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'Kidnap and ransom expert' who offered $70K to Sherri Papini's abductors made promo with Sherri lookalike
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Bucking The Trend Of 2016, Gambia's Strongman Ruler Says He Will Step Down
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Yahya Jammeh lost Thursday's historic election but sources told BuzzFeed News he only accepted defeat after one of his top generals stepped in. Originally posted on Dec. 2, 2016, at 11:42 a.m. Updated on Dec. 2, 2016, at 1:55 p.m.. Monica Mark ...
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DealBook|Silicon Valley Chiefs Notably Absent From Trump's Cabinet of Business Advisers
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“Donald comes from the financial services world. I think he tends to pick people who he's comfortable with,” Stephen Schwarzman of the Blackstone Group said. By CNBC on Publish Date December 2, 2016. Photo by CNBC. Watch in Times Video ». embed.
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FCC slams AT&T and Verizon over zero-rating offers
The Federal Communications Commission is not cool with AT&T's offer that lets customers stream the carrier's DirecTV service without it counting against their data plans. The commission has also launched an investigation into a similar offer from Verizon.
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