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In Tariff War, Europe Could Target U.S. Orange Juice, Cranberries, Crocheted Garments

When President Trump announced tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, retaliation was expected. Now, the EU has published a list of hundreds of U.S. products that would be subject to European tariffs.

DeAndre Harris, seen balled on the ground, suffers a beating in a parking garage near the Charlottesville police station after the white nationalist rally last August. Zach D. Roberts/AP hide caption

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Black Man Beaten At Charlottesville White Nationalist Rally Is Acquitted Of Assault

Images of DeAndre Harris, 20, being pummeled by white men with poles surfaced after the rally last August. Harris was later charged with assault himself — and, on Friday, found not guilty.

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Landmark Report Concludes Abortion In The U.S. Is Safe

The report by the National Academies says many state laws that make it harder for women to get abortions don't have a medical purpose and can make outcomes worse.

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The Russian Chef Who Is Bringing Back His Homeland's Colorful, Classic Cuisine

Before the Soviet period, "Russian food had color," says Vladimir Mukhin of Moscow's world-famous White Rabbit restaurant. He aims to honor those flavors, as well as locally source his ingredients.

The Russian Chef Who Is Bringing Back His Homeland's Colorful, Classic Cuisine

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Maryland Gets Closer To Retiring State Song That Calls Northerners 'Scum'

"Maryland, My Maryland," written early in the Civil War, praises the Confederacy. State senators now have voted to reclassify the song as "historical."

Constantin Reliu, 63 is pictured at his place in Barlad, Romania, on Friday. A court rejected Reliu's request for the annulment of a death certificate which was issued in his name in 2016. Adrian Arnautu/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Man Claims He's Not Dead. Court Doesn't Buy It

Constantin Reliu returned to Romania from Turkey to find he'd been dead for 15 years — officially, at least. And he still is, now that a court has denied his bid to overturn his death certificate.

People flash the lights of their mobile phones as they celebrate the resignation of Prime Minister Robert Fico and his government as a way out of the political crisis triggered by the killings of investigative journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancée Martina Kusnírová, during a rally in Bratislava, Slovakia on Friday. Darko Vojinovic/AP hide caption

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Slovaks Take To The Streets After Prime Minister's Resignation

Protesters are demanding new elections and arrests for the murders of investigative journalist Ján Kuciak, who had been reporting on political corruption, and his fiancée Martina Kusnírová.

Former South African President Jacob Zuma resigns his post in a televised address to the country last month. Now, just one month later, the embattled erstwhile leader faces 16 counts of corruption, money laundering and racketeering. Phill Magakoe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Jacob Zuma To Be Prosecuted On Long-Dormant — And Now Revived — Corruption Charges

The former South African president, who resigned his post last month under heavy pressure, now faces 16 counts — ranging from fraud to racketeering — for his role in an arms deal two decades ago.

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