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Awkward Moments Dominate Trump’s First NATO Summit

May 26, 2017 The Planet No Comments

A possible shove of Montenegro’s prime minister and a pair of awkward handshakes with French President Macron kept the internet buzzing Thursday.

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Awkward Moments Dominate Trump’s First NATO Summit

FBI investigating whether UMD stabbing was hate-based

May 22, 2017 The Planet No Comments

Police called the attack random and “totally unprovoked.”

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FBI investigating whether UMD stabbing was hate-based

Laptop ban not affected by Trump’s classified intel sharing

May 17, 2017 The Planet No Comments

The original ban was issued in March relating to flights from the Middle East.

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Laptop ban not affected by Trump’s classified intel sharing

WATCH: World News 05/15/17: Washington Post Reports Trump Shared Highly Classified Information with the Russians

US State Department accuses the Syrian government of new war crimes; 101-year old Verdun Hayes becomes the world’s oldest skydiver

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WATCH: World News 05/15/17: Washington Post Reports Trump Shared Highly Classified Information with the Russians

What We Learned From the Special Election in Kansas

April 12, 2017 The Planet No Comments

First Read is your briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day’s most important political stories and why they matter

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What We Learned From the Special Election in Kansas

Trump’s Syria Strike Sends ‘Critical Message’ to Enemies

April 7, 2017 The Planet No Comments

The White House’s decision to strike the Syrian government could have far-reaching international repercussions, a Department of Defense official says.

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Trump’s Syria Strike Sends ‘Critical Message’ to Enemies

Lab-Grown Meat May Save Much More Than Farm Animals

Keeping up with the demand for meat worldwide could one day ruin the planet. But teams of scientists are hard at work growing animal-free burgers, chicken, turkey, and fish that are sustainable, healthy, and, some say, pretty delicious.

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Lab-Grown Meat May Save Much More Than Farm Animals

Wendy Walsh says Bill O’Reilly ‘became hostile’ after she rebuffed his alleged sexual advances

April 4, 2017 The Planet No Comments

Dr. Wendy Walsh, a psychologist and former Fox News guest, is going public with sexual harassment allegations against Fox News host Bill O’Reilly.

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Wendy Walsh says Bill O’Reilly ‘became hostile’ after she rebuffed his alleged sexual advances

How to interpret Trump’s first jobs report

March 10, 2017 Featured, The Planet No Comments

The Bureau of Labor released its February jobs report Friday.

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How to interpret Trump’s first jobs report

Why Medicaid Is So Hard for Republicans

March 10, 2017 The Planet No Comments

Republicans are going to war with each other over the House health care bill’s cuts to Medicaid.

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Why Medicaid Is So Hard for Republicans

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