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Kim Jong-Un of North Korea and Moon Jae-In of South Korean had a historic meeting where they set big goals for peace and denuclearization.

North Korea Crosses a Line — This Time, it’s the Border

Kim Jong-Un of North Korea and Moon Jae-In of South Korean had a historic meeting where they set big goals for peace and denuclearization.

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Dr. Ronny Jackson is Trump’s nominee to be the Secretary of Veterans Affairs.

What happens if the Dept. of Veterans Affairs gets privatized?

Dr. Ronny Jackson is Trump’s nominee to be the Secretary of Veterans Affairs.

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Israel’s sharp turn to the extreme right has startled American Jews.

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