Noel King

White House takes steps to stoke the economy. The U.S. says it will continue sanctions against Iran. And, Syrian government forces advance into a strategic town in the country's last rebel stronghold.

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More than a thousand people were gathered in a hall in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, on Saturday night to celebrate a wedding.

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He came, he testified. So what now?

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Former special counsel Robert Mueller is speaking before the House Judiciary Committee right now.

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What can Robert Mueller add to the 448 pages of his written report?

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What really happened over the Strait of Hormuz yesterday?

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Montana Gov. Steve Bullock entered the Democratic primary in May, months after many of his competitors. He has an excuse.

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How do four Americans respond to the president suggesting they leave?

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So this has happened before - a news story unfolds that doesn't directly involve President Trump, and then the president lets loose with radioactive comments that re-center the news story around him.

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