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Canada to give 4,000 low-income citizens free money until 2020
Canada is planning on giving them a regular monthly allowance as part of new program to reduce poverty in Ontario.
All 100 U.S. senators to meet for North Korea briefing
It's an unusual meeting. Here's what we know.
How Fitbit data helped police track down a Connecticut woman’s real killer
It took police over a year to piece together this complicated timeline of a murder.
State Department websites promote Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, sparking ethics concerns
U.S. government-funded blog posts have raised new questions about the murky conflicts of interest saddling the Trump presidency.
This teen wore the faces of police brutality on her prom dress
Around 15 victims' faces are printed on the dress.
Turkish developer creates app for people forced to prove how they voted in referendum
President Erdogan is re-writing election rules, but Turkish people have Javascript.
New Orleans workers are receiving death threats for removing Confederate monuments
4 statues honoring white supremacy are scheduled to come down.
Activists scrape EPA data after warning of website shutdown
Environmentalists aren't taking any chances.
Amid backlash, Ivanka Trump’s brand has been relabeled
Is this a result of political backlash?
The 8 most baffling exchanges from Trump’s Associated Press interview
Trump says he gave CBS the highest ratings since 9/11—and that's just one thing that has everyone talking.
10 important things to know about the House Freedom Caucus
Meet the ultra-conservatives who stumped Trump's healthcare reform effort.
Chelsea Clinton had the perfect response to SNL cast member’s awkward Hillary joke
Clinton didn't need a comedy writer for this comeback.
53 memorable photos from the March for Science
These are the people who set the scene and showcased the best signs.