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Luke Harding, the former Moscow Bureau Chief for The Guardian, says that Putin "wants to turn the clock back to an age ... where strong sovereign nations didn't talk about values or human rights."

The aging town of Rutland opened its doors to Syrian families, but not everyone's happy. "My heart aches for the refugees," says a resident. "But my heart also aches for the locals, our own, first."

France's far-right National Front party has never had a real chance at the presidency. But the rise of populist nationalism has encouraged the party's candidate, Marine Le Pen.

Many Mexicans are angry over President Trump's executive order to begin building a wall along the border. Some Mexican politicians are asking their president to cancel a planned meeting with Trump.

Actress Mary Tyler Moore helped redefine women's roles on TV. She starred in one of the first hit shows to feature a single career woman — The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Moore died Wednesday at age 80.

Some point to Canada's immigration system as a model for U.S. reform. Canada is nearly a quarter foreign-born, yet it doesn't seem to wrestle with anti-immigrant nativism that has erupted in the U.S.

USA Luge is looking for the next generation of competitors to hop in those sleds and rip down icy tracks at about 90 miles an hour. It is throwing regional events to find new, young talent.

Many groups are raising questions about President Trump's conflicts of interest, but do they have the "standing" to challenge him in court? Some legal experts say Trump's business competitors might.

Republicans are holding their annual congressional retreat in Philadelphia, where they hope to find consensus on the party's strategy to repeal and replace Obamacare.

Massachusetts' highest court is considering whether roadside sobriety tests for marijuana can be used as evidence of driving stoned in the same way they are used to determine if a driver is drunk.




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