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TRUMP on Russia: "Joe got $3.5 (million) from Russia. And it came through Putin because he was very friendly with the former mayor of Moscow, …

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BERLIN (AP) — Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been released from a Berlin hospital after more than a month's treatment for poisoning, with doctors now believing that a "complete recovery" from the nerve agent is possible, the facility said Wednesday.

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CLAIM: A woman who claimed to be in a relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin during a “Dr. Phil” episode in 2019 is Tara Reade, the former Senate staffer who has accused Joe Biden of sexually assaulting her.

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Russians began the world’s longest continuous New Year’s Eve with fireworks and a message from President Vladimir Putin urging them to work together in the coming year.

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The debate was so genial that some of the most memorable moments were the candidates’ well-rehearsed jokes.

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 An explosion. An abruptly-canceled village evacuation. Five dead nuclear experts. And a few traces of radioactive iodine in the air over the northern Norwegian coastline.

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Yet he added, "given the Russians are claiming unlimited range, then one would assume it has to be along the lines of the first option, as the hydrogen fuel device would have a limit to its range."

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Police in the Ukrainian capital Kiev detained three people as far-right demonstrators tried to provoke activists protesting domestic and sexual violence.

ATLANTA - They have been lost and found, pilfered and pawned, paraded around bars and locked away in wall safes. A Super Bowl ring is the most coveted prize in the nation's most popular sport, and the Rams and New England Patriots will battle Sunday for the right to wear the newest one. As the game has grown over the years, so has the size and splendor of the reward. The first, awarded in 1967 ...

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TRUMP: "We are pulling back in Syria. We're going to be removing our troops. I never said we're doing it that quickly." — remarks to reporters Sunday.

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The presidency ends the year saturated in tumult, with the government in partial shutdown and President Donald Trump tweeting a video of himself warbling a parody of the theme song from "Green Acres," a television sitcom from the 1960s, to mark his signing of a farm bill. A look back:

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