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[20 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on U.S. to Label North Korea as ‘State Sponsor of Terrorism’ | ]

President Donald Trump said the U.S. would reinstate its designation of North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism, a week after Mr. Trump finished a trip across Asia in which he pressed for more action to stifle Pyongyang’s weapons development.

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[20 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on Big Kroger Investor Slashes Stock Holdings | ]

Capital Research was once the grocer’s top holder. Now it may have exited Kroger altogether.

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[20 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on The Varied—and Global—Threats Confronting Democracy | ]

Beyond the U.S. investigations into possible Russian collusion with the Trump campaign, there are broader threats to democracy around the globe, Gerald F. Seib writes.

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[20 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on Woman Alleges Franken Touched Her Inappropriately at 2010 State Fair | ]

A woman says Sen. Al Franken grabbed her buttock while taking a photograph with her at the Minnesota State Fair in 2010.

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[20 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on Fight Against Sexual Harassment Moves to Statehouses | ]

Allegations of sexual misconduct by lawmakers in at least a dozen states have prompted investigations, some changes in reporting and investigation protocols, and partial suspensions of several state legislators.

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[20 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on Merkel Weighs New Vote After Collapse of Coalition Talks | ]

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday was weighing the prospect of new elections after the collapse of talks to form a new government posed a threat to her leadership and raised doubts about the political stability of the European Union’s most powerful country.

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[20 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on FCC to Outline Plan to Roll Back Rules on Net Neutrality | ]

Regulators are expected to unveil plans for reversing rules that require internet service providers to treat all web traffic equally, a move that could reshape the internet economy and consumers’ online experience.

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[20 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on Charles Manson, Convicted Killer and 1960s Cult Leader, Dies | ]

Charles Manson, the convicted killer and cult leader who persuaded his young followers to commit a string of murders in 1969, has died.

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[20 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on Nebraska Regulators Approve Keystone XL Pipeline | ]

Nebraska officials approved the Keystone XL pipeline, removing the last major regulatory hurdle, though the future of the long-delayed project remains far from certain.

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[20 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on Televisa Executive Killed in Apparent Robbery Attempt | ]

Adolfo Lagos, a senior executive of television broadcaster Grupo Televisa was shot dead Sunday in an apparent robbery attempt while biking near Mexico City, the company said.