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McLaren's extreme $1 million supercar is street legal but made for the race track

McLaren says its new supercar wasn't built with "usability" in mind -- and the company isn't sorry about it.

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He isn't campaigning for Moore in Alabama but is having a rally in Pensacola, 25 miles from the border

President Donald Trump isn't campaigning for Roy Moore in Alabama -- but he's holding a campaign-style rally just 25 miles from the state line ahead of Tuesday's special election.

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Partial justice for Walter Scott isn't nearly enough

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Analysis: A whole lot more people hate the GOP tax plan than love it

Midterm elections -- like the one coming up in 2018 -- are all about turning out base voters. Why? History tells us that only the most stalwart partisans turn out when the presidential race isn't on the ballot. So if your side wants to pick up House and Senate seats in a non-presidential election, you need to find ways to excite its most committed members.

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Protein powder: Pros and cons

Protein powders are expected to be a $7.5 billion industry by 2020, and the products are popular for a wide variety of reasons: Vegetarians might feel that their diets are somewhat lacking, athletes may want to add muscle faster or aim for a competitive edge, and still others might be looking for a quick meal that isn't dripping with grease.

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How CVS-Aetna merger could change your health care

As a CVS-Aetna deal looms, here are four ways that a merger just might change health care for those insured under Aetna. "If there isn't a clinic already in your CVS, I think one is coming," one expert says.

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Trans student: This isn't about a wedding cake, it's about civil rights

Over the past few years I've learned what it means to fight for my right to be treated just like everyone else. When my high school implemented a bathroom ban that forbade me from using the men's bathroom even though I am a transgender male student, I fought back. My fight took me to the US Supreme Court and still continues today -- despite the Court sending my case back to the district court.

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Opinion: State Dept. is bigger than Tillerson

Fear not, people. The Foreign Service isn't going anywhere.

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Opinion: I worked for Charlie Rose. Calling him a villain isn't the answer

We have entered an age in which women can safely discuss sexual misconduct in the workplace without fear of retaliation and retribution.

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Attorney: Resignation sure the hell isn't up to Pelosi

Rep. John Conyers' attorney delivers a statement to media about sexual harassment allegations against the lawmaker.

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Company issues public plea with wild music video

CNN's Anderson Cooper reports on the Velcro Companies' music video making a public plea to stop using the word "velcro" if it isn't the brand.

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Analysis: The president's return to birtherism

President Donald Trump isn't convinced Barack Obama was born in the United States after all.

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What Trump is doing to consumer agency isn't normal

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Mutual dislike between Trump, Sen. Warren

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) isn't shy about expressing her disapproval of President Trump. The President reciprocates those feelings.

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Sorry Americans, you still can't call her 'Princess Meghan'

Let's be clear: just because Prince Harry's new fiancée Meghan Markle isn't a princess doesn't mean Americans won't call her "Princess Meghan" until the end of time.

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Opinion: Ivanka Trump isn't a champion for women, and she can prove it

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is right to be irked that it is not him but first daughter Ivanka Trump who will lead the US delegation to the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in India.

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This isn't genocide, say hardline Buddhist monks in Myanmar

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State Department won't send a high-level delegation to support Ivanka Trump's global summit trip, officials say

Days ahead of what should be a major moment for Ivanka Trump on the world stage, CNN has learned Secretary of State Rex Tillerson isn't sending a high-level delegation to support her amid reports of tensions between Tillerson and the White House.

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Technology still isn't doing enough for people with disabilities

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White House open to Roy Moore in Senate

The White House isn't saying that President Donald Trump supports Roy Moore. But Trump's aides are openly acknowledging something close: They need Moore's Republican vote in the Senate.

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Retreat isn't in Steve Bannon's DNA

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11 things you'll fight over (besides politics)

As we all know, Thanksgiving isn't always the harmonious holiday it's sometimes made out to be.

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The political fight is only beginning

Australians may have overwhelmingly voted "yes" in the same-sex marriage survey, but the battle over marriage equality isn't over yet.

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Analysis: Trump is saying something that isn't true 5.5 times a day

Alternative facts. Lies. Distortions. Exaggerations. Misstatements. Half truths.

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Analysis: Roy Moore almost certainly isn't going to be a senator

If you thought Roy Moore's political future couldn't get any more bleak after four women went on the record with The Washington Post alleging that the Alabama Republican Senate nominee sought relationships with them when they were between 14 and 18, today showed things could get worse for Moore. Much, much worse.

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Joe Biden leaves 2020 question open

Former Vice President Joe Biden said in an interview that aired Sunday that he isn't actively planning a run for president in 2020, but he also didn't rule it out.

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They say guns are the solution, not the problem

A gunman killed 25 churchgoers and an unborn baby in Sutherland Springs, Texas. These residents say gun ownership isn't the problem, it's the solution.

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Trump's approval rating is bad. Views of the economy are good. That's weird.

It's the economy, stupid -- at least, until it isn't.

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Pelosi: GOP trying to move tax plan in days

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) tells CNN's Jake Tapper the Republican tax plan isn't all that it seems, expressing her frustration over a lack of collaboration between the two parties.

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House minority leader says GOP trying to move fast on tax plan

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says the Republican tax plan isn't all that it seems, expressing her frustration over a lack of collaboration between the two parties.

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Could Bernie Sanders have won a primary that wasn't 'rigged'? Um.

President Donald Trump isn't the only one obsessed with the 2016 election. He's spent months drawing attention back to Hillary Clinton (and, in case anyone forgets, to his defeat of her last November).

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Analysis: Sessions sure does forget a lot of stuff about Russia and the 2016 election

Jeff Sessions' memory isn't exactly stellar. Particularly when it comes to what he knew about interactions between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia.

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Why the world isn't getting a pay raise

Charlie Braun can't find enough workers for his factory in Ohio and he's not sure how to keep the ones he has.

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Bill O'Reilly: Horrible what I went through

Bill O'Reilly is going on the offensive to defend himself after the latest bombshell about sexual harassment allegations against him. His former Fox News colleague Megyn Kelly isn't having it. CNN's Brian Stelter has more.

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Doctor: Senator's health raises a tough question for us all

At 79, Thad Cochran isn't the oldest United States senator, but his age-related health condition is putting him in an unwelcome spotlight.

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What we learned from the first way, way too early 2020 New Hampshire primary poll

We're still 1,112 days away from the next presidential election, but that isn't stopping your first look at what to expect in the New Hampshire primary.

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Mark Cuban: I'm considering running for office

The billionaire entrepreneur (and frequent Trump critic), says working families were promised a better situation and the President isn't delivering.

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Why Kellogg isn't giving up on sugary cereal

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Kaepernick stands to win millions

Colin Kaepernick isn't playing this season, and that's costing him millions.

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Here's what Trump isn't tweeting about

And on the 269th day, President Donald Trump tweeted about Hillary Clinton.

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Tillerson: Trump isn't seeking war with North Korea

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says diplomatic talks between the United States and North Korea will continue until "the first bomb drops."

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62% say Puerto Ricans aren't getting help they need

More than six in 10 Americans say that Puerto Rico isn't getting the help they need and a majority says the federal government hasn't been doing enough and the response is too slow, according to a new poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation.

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John Kelly: My job isn't to control Trump

President Trump's Chief of Staff John Kelly discusses Trump's use of Twitter at the White House press briefing.

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Some Capitol Hill Republicans agree with Corker on Trump but won't say it out loud

Sen. Bob Corker's willingness to repeatedly drop a verbal hammer on President Donald Trump's fitness for office isn't a strategy likely to spread -- or be appreciated -- by his colleagues on Capitol Hill, several senior Republican aides and outside advisers told CNN.

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The reinvention of Sarajevo's Holiday Inn

It's painted canary yellow and looks like it's built from giant LEGO blocks -- but the most remarkable thing about the Hotel Holiday in Sarajevo isn't its appearance.

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Sykes: Corker sees the emperor isn't clothed

Charlie Sykes, former conservative talk show host and author of "How the Right Lost Its Mind," tells CNN's Brian Stelter that some Republicans such as Sen. Bob Corker are discussing President Donald Trump's behavior more plainly.

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Opinion: Special Ops isn't US Band-Aid

Somalia. Afghanistan. Syria. Iraq.

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Bump fire stocks might be changed, but by whom?

The next fight in the gun debate isn't over what to do, but who should do it.

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CIA: Kim Jong Un isn't crazy

Between the ruthless executions of his own senior officers, bombastic threats of nuclear annihilation and defiant missile tests, it may be easy to agree with President Donald Trump's recent assessment that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is a "madman" who is "on a suicide mission for himself."

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How to celebrate 'Mean Girls Day'

No, you don't get the day off. But that doesn't mean that October 3 isn't a holiday.

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Daddy Yankee goes where Uncle Sam isn't

Eyleen Gonzalez lost everything in her home after Hurricane Maria.

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Analysis: 'Day of reckoning is coming,' Bannon warns GOP establishment

Steve Bannon isn't a huge Mitch McConnell fan. We know this.

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Trump's culture wars take over American sports

The biggest question in the NFL this year, isn't who will win Super Bowl 52.

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Nuclear war isn't North Korea's only threat

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'Victoria & Abdul' goes skin-deep on great story

Even taking acknowledged liberties with what's billed as a "mostly" a true story, "Victoria & Abdul" is such a fascinating, relevant slice of history it's a shame that the movie isn't a bit less superficial. Anchored by Judi Dench's towering presence, what emerges is a small-scale film on the order of "Driving Miss Daisy," yet which leaves its protagonists' motives frustratingly murky.

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Why Jake Gyllenhaal isn't on social media

Actor Jake Gyllenhaal tells Conan O'Brien that he is not on social media because he isn't very tech-savvy.

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In a collapsed Mexico school, waiting isn't enough

When the Enrique Rebsamen School fell, it did not do so lightly. The 7.1-magnitude earthquake that jolted the region on Tuesday caused part of the building to fold in on itself, sandwiching and collapsing, classroom onto classroom.

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They survived Irma only to find themselves in Maria's path

Jessica Mangiaracina and Bob Perkins barely survived Hurricane Irma with their two children, and their nightmare isn't over yet.

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Analysis: Why Hollywood enabling Sean Spicer isn't funny

When Sean Spicer rolled a faux presidential podium onto the Emmys stage Sunday night in Los Angeles, a collective gasp went up among the assembled celebrities. Was it really him?? What would he say???

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Motor racing: Vettel refusing to buy into Singapore favorite hype

SINGAPORE, Sept 14 (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel isn't expecting the Singapore Grand Prix to be a Sunday evening cruise through the city-state’s floodlit streets, despite being tipped as favorite for victory at the Marina Bay circuit.

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Clinton's really not running again -- and her book is proof 

Hillary Clinton says she isn't running for office ever again, and her latest memoir is nearly 500 pages of proof.

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EPA chief: This isn't the time to talk climate change

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt told CNN in an interview about Hurricane Irma on Thursday that the time to talk about climate change isn't now.

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Opinion: Trump's GOP reality burger

The thought of President Donald Trump hand-in-hand with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, smiling over how great the debt deal is going to be, shocks establishment Republicans and people inside the Beltway who've lived with the ideal of party loyalty all their lives. The big news for them isn't the deal itself, but Trump's break with his own allies on the Hill. Does he still not know how things are done?

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Even the Pope is affected by Hurricane Irma

Even the Pope isn't above being inconvenienced by an act of God.

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Haley makes case to leave Iran deal

US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley laid out a case for President Donald Trump to step back from the Iran nuclear deal Tuesday, arguing that Iran's technical compliance alone isn't enough for the US to stick with the pact. 

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Irma isn't what Puerto Rico needs right now

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Trump enters critical moment with little political juice

After an endless summer of crisis, President Donald Trump's September isn't looking much better.

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Why same-sex marriage isn't legal in Australia

In just over a week, ballots for a nationwide postal vote will be sent out asking Australians whether or not they want same-sex marriage.

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Opinion: Mr. President, DACA isn't your reality show

You can take Donald Trump out of the reality show, but it seems you can't take the reality show mentality out of Donald Trump.

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Flooding from Harvey isn't over in Beaumont, Texas, where there's high water and lack of flowing tap water

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3-mile-wide asteroid to fly by Earth tomorrow

A huge asteroid is hurtling toward Earth, but don't worry, this isn't "Armageddon."

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Why you probably shouldn't find a plastic surgeon on Instagram

Instagram isn't just for selfies: Many plastic surgeons promote their work on the social media app, and some users search the app to find surgeons.

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Vietnam's Facebook dissidents test the limits of Communist state

HANOI, Aug 30 (Reuters) - "This isn't like China," says Vietnamese activist 'Anh Chi' at a noisy bar off one of the narrow streets of Hanoi's Old Quarter. "They can't shut Facebook down here."

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What options does the US have left?

With its fourth missile test in four days, North Korea issued a stark reminder to the United States that its weapons program isn't going away.

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Rep. Steve King: Profiling isn't wrong

Rep. Steve King and CNN's Chris Cuomo discuss President Donald Trump's pardon of former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

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Intercourse isn't everything; try 'outercourse'

Many of us equate "sex" with "intercourse" and use those words interchangeably. Yet highly satisfying sex doesn't have to be limited to penetration -- and doesn't even have to include it at all.

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Lithium in drinking water may affect Alzheimer's risk

Reuters Health - Long-term consumption of tiny amounts of lithium may reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, but only if the dose isn't too small, according to a study that looked at levels of the element in drinking water throughout Denmark.

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Soccer: Rooney joins the 200 club and shows he isn't done yet

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Wayne Rooney scored his 200th Premier League goal in Everton's 1-1 draw at Manchester City on Monday and gave another display which showed his career is far from over.

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The Challenge of a Wright House

Frank Lloyd Wright houses may be architectural masterpieces but finding a buyer isn't always easy. Take a tour of Tirranna, on the market in New Canaan, Conn., for $7.2 million.

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Opinion: What the white supremacist view of history leaves out

Charlottesville is where I learned what history is and isn't, and who I wanted to become. I posed for graduation and wedding photos in the shadow of the Rotunda at the University of Virginia, elated to be starting a new life pursuing further post-graduate study and building a family. It's a campus and a town that will always feel a bit like home to me.

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Writer: Interview highlights Bannon's arrogance

Robert Kuttner of The American Prospect talks about his interview with Steve Bannon, saying Donald Trump's chief strategist's claim that he didn't know he was being interviewed isn't believable.

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Author: White nationalists more than 'slack-jawed yokels'

JD Vance, author of "Hillbilly Elegy," says white nationalism isn't just a problem for the poor and working class.

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30 things travelers should do before 30

First, some comforting reassurance to all panicked late 20-somethings fighting off enough unchecked lists already. This isn't really a checklist, and 30 is really just a number. So if you're 72 and don't feel a day over 29 ½, the following naturally applies to you as well.

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McCain unveils his own strategy for Afghanistan ...

Sen. John McCain on Thursday unveiled his own strategy for the US in Afghanistan — a step he says he's taking because President Donald Trump's administration isn't coming up with one.

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Can US shoot down North Korean missiles?

The United States is likely to "seriously consider" shooting down any North Korean missiles tests aimed at the waters around the US territory of Guam, but experts warn the technology isn't guaranteed to work.

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Officials say his off-the-cuff remarks to North Korea, but isn't far from comments he has made in private

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Biology isn't why tech is a boys' club

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Trump says media isn't covering North Korea sanctions. It is

President Trump says the media is ignoring the U.N.'s sanctions against North Korea. He's wrong.

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'Dark Tower' adaptation isn't fit for a King

"The Dark Tower" feels like a throwback -- a trim, competently executed "B" popcorn movie, adapted from Stephen King's books with ample action but also lots of clunky exposition. That's not a great prescription for a would-be summer blockbuster, but more an endorsement to watch when it hits cable.

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I'm a janitor getting stock options

An office management startup Managed by Q is giving even its lowest wage workers the opportunity to own a piece of the company. And the CEO says the decision isn't altruistic -- it's good capitalism.

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This spy-turned-GOP leader isn't afraid of Trump

Over the past few weeks, we have witnessed several elected Republicans publicly rebuke President Donald Trump or outright oppose him on matters ranging from Russia and health care to chaos in the West Wing.

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WH budget director: 'We haven't given up' on health care

Although Republican leaders on Capitol Hill are saying they're ready to move on from health care, the Trump administration isn't giving up on repealing and replacing Obamacare, the White House budget director said Wednesday.

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Zakaria: 4 factors helped Trump win

The real question of the 2016 presidential election isn't so much why did Donald Trump win, as why did he even get close?

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This app wants to be the Uber of Iran

Uber isn't available anywhere in Iran, so startups like Snapp are seizing the ride-sharing opportunity.

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Collins takes issue with Scaramucci's tone

Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) says that while infighting between senior administration officials within President Trump's White House "isn't helpful to the presidency," she hopes Anthony Scaramucci, the new White House communications director, will "strike a different tone."

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Cillizza: News flash! Trump isn't going to stop bullying Sessions

Here's a headline from Wednesday morning on CNN: "Top White House aides press Trump to pull back on Sessions criticism."

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Sessions' supporters stand up for attorney general

He's been called beleaguered, not tough enough and weak -- all by his boss, the President of the United States. It's safe to say Attorney General Jeff Sessions isn't having a great couple of weeks. However, a wide range of conservative party leaders and groups are defending the former Alabama senator following the onslaught of attacks from President Donald Trump.

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Conway offers alternative fact to explain why Trump isn't lying

Here's an exchange on Sunday between CNN "Reliable Sources" anchor Brian Stelter and counselor to President Donald Trump Kellyanne Conway:

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Trump may be only politician who isn't sure Russia meddled

President Donald Trump hasn't been terribly consistent about much during his two-year political career. But one place where he has never wavered is in his skepticism that Russia actively meddled in the 2016 election.

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John McCain isn't like most politicians

Senator John McCain, who has been diagnosed with brain cancer, is one of a kind. He often out doing things that more tepid politicians will avoid.