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U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., answers questions at a press conference at the Capitol on March 22, 2018. The House just passed a $1.3 trillion spending bill to fund the government through Sept. 30, 2018.
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A farmer harvests his soybean crops near Farmingdale, Ill. China is expected to retaliate against President Trump's tariffs with measures of its own. As a major importer of America's soybeans, the sector is one predicted target.
House intelligence committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., leaves the committee's secure meeting rooms at the U.S. Capitol on February 6, 2018, followed by Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y.
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Former Vice President Joe Biden got into a verbal tussle with President Trump over who would win a fight, just before announcing a three-part "Plan To Put Work-and Workers-First."
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Ahed Tamimi, then 16, stands for a hearing in the military court at Ofer military prison on Jan. 1. She accepted a plea bargain and is to be released in July, her lawyer said.
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Former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton speaks during the 2013 NRA Annual Meeting in Houston, the same year he recorded a promotional video for a Russian gun rights group with ties to the NRA.
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Pakistan test fires its new Ababeel surface-to-surface ballistic missile in Pakistan on Jan. 24, 2017. Ababeel has a maximum range of 1,350 miles and is capable of delivering multiple warheads using multiple independent re-entry vehicle technology, according to Pakistani sources.
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You might not recognize the names of the 2018 Whiting Award winners, but you probably recognize many of their predecessors — including Pulitzer winner Jorie Graham, National Book Award winner Jonathan Franzen, David Foster Wallace, NBA winners Denis Johnson and Adam Johnson, and Man Booker winner Lydia Davis.
Alexander Nix, the currently suspended CEO of Cambridge Analytica, speaks at a 2016 event in New York City. Nix and his firm are accused of misusing the personal data of 50 million people as part of their political consulting work, which included President Trump's 2016 campaign.
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Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski waves from the governmental palace in Lima on Wednesday, shortly after the embattled leader offered his resignation to lawmakers ahead of a scheduled vote on whether to impeach him.