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Allegations of sexual harassment often sound like they would make a good lawsuit, but many such cases are quickly dismissed. The law sets a high bar for what constitutes sexual harassment.

Kenya's long drawn-out presidential election riled the half of the country that supported the opposition contender. But for those who supported the incumbent winner, including those who live in Kenya's tea-growing highlands, the election offers stability.

Who will control Virginia's House of Delegates? Nearly three weeks after the state's election, it's still not clear thanks to three close races and administrative errors that have muddied the outcome.

Prince Harry of Wales, the fifth in line to the British throne, has announced his engagement to American actress and model Meghan Markle. She may be best known for her role as Rachel Zane on the TV show Suits, but she's also a humanitarian.

As part of its tax overhaul plan, the Senate is considering whether to allow oil exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Alaskans are weighing in on how they feel about this new movement in a decades long debate.

President Trump and congressional leaders will meet on Tuesday to try and hammer out a deal to fund the government and work on end-of-year legislation. The president will also head to Capitol Hill to rally Republicans around a tax overhaul.

Down to only three players on the court, the University of Alabama men's basketball team came very close to pulling off the upset of a lifetime against Minnesota. Instead, the team will have to settle for one of the grittiest losing efforts ever.

Power has shifted again in one of Iraq's most ancient and pivotal cities — Kirkuk. Kurds have recently been on top there but now Arab leaders are in charge and residents are tense as they look ahead.

Time Inc. announced on Sunday night that it had sold itself to the Meredith Corporation. It was in a deal backed by Charles G. and David H. Koch, the billionaire brothers known for using their wealth and political connections to advance conservative causes.

In Hong Kong, it's practically a national sport to boo China's national anthem at soccer matches. But Beijing has made it illegal to disrespect the anthem, punishable by up to three years in prison.




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