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In Battle for the House, Many Dems Start from Scratch

In Battle for the House, Many Dems Start from Scratch

By Sara Burnett | Sep 16
The swell of progressive activism in the wake of Trump's election has inspired groups that are training potential Democratic candidates and campaign staff.

Obama Tells Voters Sitting on Sidelines in 2018 'Dangerous'

Obama Tells Voters Sitting on Sidelines in 2018 'Dangerous'

By Julie Carr Smyth | Sep 14
Speaking to an enthusiastic crowd of several thousand in Cleveland, Obama said the consequences of sitting on the sidelines during November's midterm elections "are far more dangerous" than in the past.

Takeaways from the 2018 Primary Season

Takeaways from the 2018 Primary Season

By Bill Barrow | Sep 14
Elections in New York Thursday marked the end of a long, dramatic and sometimes tumultuous primary season that reshaped both parties going into the midterm elections.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump Stirs Up A Hurricane Story

AP FACT CHECK: Trump Stirs Up A Hurricane Story

By Calvin Woodward | Sep 14
President Donald Trump is concocting a story that the death toll from last year's Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico was invented by Democrats to make him look bad. Some fellow Republicans dissociated themselves from his false claims.

Kavanaugh: I Didn't Recognize Parkland Dad Seeking Handshake

Kavanaugh: I Didn't Recognize Parkland Dad Seeking Handshake

By Lisa Mascaro | Sep 13
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh says he would have shaken the hand of a school shooting victim's father during a break in last week's Senate hearing had he recognized him before being whisked away by security detail.

Jimmy Carter: To Beat Trump, Dems Cannot Scare Off Moderates

Jimmy Carter: To Beat Trump, Dems Cannot Scare Off Moderates

By Bill Barrow | Sep 13
Former President Jimmy Carter sees little hope for the U.S. to change its human rights and environmental policies as long as Donald Trump is in the White House, but he has a warning for his fellow Democrats: Don't go too far to the left.

China Puts Off Licenses for U.S. Companies Amid Tariff Battle

China Puts Off Licenses for U.S. Companies Amid Tariff Battle

By Joe McDonald | Sep 13
Amid a worsening tariff battle, China is putting off accepting license applications from American companies in financial services and other industries until Washington makes progress toward a settlement.

EU Lawmakers Move Against Hungary Over Rule of Law

EU Lawmakers Move Against Hungary Over Rule of Law

By Lorne Cook and Pablo Gorondi | Sep 13
European Union lawmakers voted on Wednesday to launch action against the Hungarian government of Prime Minister Viktor Orban for allegedly undermining the bloc's democratic values and rule of law.

EU Lawmakers Vote for New Online Copyright Rules

EU Lawmakers Vote for New Online Copyright Rules

By Lorne Cook | Sep 12
European Union lawmakers on Wednesday voted in favor of new copyright rules that could shake up the way internet companies use media, books, music and other content posted online.

Court Overturns Missouri Football Player's Sodomy Conviction

Court Overturns Missouri Football Player's Sodomy Conviction

Sep 12
The Missouri Supreme Court has overturned the sodomy conviction of a former football player from a private Christian school in suburban St. Louis.

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