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Omarosa Manigault Newman on NBC Monday. She released excerpts of a tape on Thursday that she said involved a campaign job in return for her silence. Zach Pagano/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images hide caption

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Omarosa Manigault Newman Releases Tape Of Trump Campaign Offer To 'Buy My Silence'

The recording is of a conversation between the former administration staffer, who is promoting a tell-all book about her time in White House, and President Trump's daughter-in-law Lara Trump.

Pilar Navarro, now 68, has sought legal action against a Catholic hospital in Madrid where she claims a baby was secretly stolen from her in 1973. Here she is seen in a photo in 1974 holding a second baby daughter who was not taken from her. Courtesy of Pilar Navarro hide caption

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How Spanish Women Were Allegedly Targeted In 'Stolen Babies' Cases For Decades

A secret adoption network started in Spain in the 1930s as a fascist tactic to purge "communist tendencies" from women who defended the republic, say prosecutors and academics.

How Spanish Women Were Allegedly Targeted In 'Stolen Babies' Cases For Decades

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President Trump was impressed with a Bastille Day parade when he visited France in 2017, inspiring him to request a military review for Washington, D.C. The date for that parade is now uncertain. Michel Euler/AP hide caption

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Trump's Military Parade Won't Happen This Year, Pentagon Says

The procession through Washington, D.C., requested by President Trump and set for November, has been delayed. Reports estimated its cost at $92 million, although the defense secretary scoffs at that.

The U.S. says it may impose more sanctions against Turkey, as the diplomatic rift between the two countries deepens. The lira has lost about a third of its value against the dollar since January. Lefteris Pitarakis/AP hide caption

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U.S. Threatens Further Sanctions Against Turkey Over Detained Pastor

Rising tensions between the two countries have caused Turkey's currency, the lira, to plunge by about a third of its value against the U.S. dollar since January, sparking fears of an economic crisis.

Michael Vigil, an oil contractor from Douglas, Wyo., traveled 250 miles to Denver to have his aortic valve replaced in May. He said he would have preferred his local hospital do the procedure. Courtesy of Michael Vigil hide caption

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Hospitals Battle For Control Over Fast-Growing Heart-Valve Procedure

Kaiser Health News

Medicare limits payments for minimally invasive replacement of aortic valves to hospitals with large numbers of heart procedures. But smaller facilities are crying foul.

A man walks past a giant poster of kung fu legend Bruce Lee on July 16, 2003, during an exhibition at Hong Kong's Art center marking the 30th anniversary of Lee's death. Vincent Yu/AP hide caption

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The Lasting Influence Of Bruce Lee's 'Enter The Dragon,' Which Turns 45

Enter the Dragon premiered 45 years ago this weekend. Bruce Lee was meant to break out as an international star, but instead, he died a month before the movie opened — elevating him to legend status.

The Lasting Influence Of Bruce Lee's 'Enter The Dragon,' Which Turns 45

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