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The FBI's top lawyer is resigning

The FBI's top lawyer is resigning amid renewed pressure from President Donald Trump and Republican allies for the bureau to remove any remaining officials associated with the Russia investigation.

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Trump postpones G7 to at least September

President Donald Trump has announced he is postponing the G7 until at least September and wants to invite four additional countries to the summit: Russia, Australia, India and South Korea.

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With fact-checks, Twitter takes on a new kind of task

In addition to disputing misleading claims made by U.S. President Donald Trump about mail-in ballots this week, Twitter has added fact-checking labels to thousands of other tweets since introducing the alerts earlier this month, mostly on posts about the coronavirus.

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Opinion: Somehow, things are worse now than in 1968

Americans are waking up to a new nightmare. On top of a pandemic that has ravaged the country, killed more than 100,000 people so far and shut down much of our economy, there are now mass protests in response to the death of George Floyd, a black man who pleaded, "I can't breathe," as a white police officer kneeled on his neck. With President Donald Trump sending out tweets threatening violence against looters and police arresting reporters on air, it's hard for Baby Boomers not to feel like this is 1968 all over again.

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Analysis: What you need to know about vote-by-mail

President Donald Trump in recent days has resurfaced and repeated false claims about voter fraud in the US. Specifically, the President has suggested that mail-in voting -- which many are pushing to expand in light of the coronavirus pandemic -- is particularly susceptible to fraud, casting it as a lawless, unregulated exercise.

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Opinion: Trump's menacing message follows 1960s script

As fires burned in Minneapolis on the third night of protests in the wake of George Floyd's death, President Donald Trump tweeted, "When the looting starts, the shooting starts." In doing so, Trump repeated the words of former Miami Police Chief Walter Headley, who used the phrase in 1967 while announcing a "war" against crime in black neighborhoods, adding, "We don't mind being accused of police brutality."

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Trump is at war with the truth

Fact checks are not censorship. But that's what President Donald Trump is claiming in his new assault on social media platforms: an over-reaching executive order targeting social media companies, signed shortly after Twitter applied fact checks to two of Trump's tweets.

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