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May Makes Commitment on Cash in Bid to Break Brexit Deadlock

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May appeared to have broken the stalemate in Brexit negotiations after signaling for the first time a readiness to start discussing the bill the European Union wants to impose.In delivering her most detailed roadmap yet for the divorce, May gave the clearest indication yet that Britain

Troops Surround Rio’s Biggest Slum to End Six-Day Shootout

Troops have started surrounding Rio de Janeiro’s largest slum to combat an escalation of violent clashes between police and drug gangs that has started affecting some of the city’s most affluent neighborhoods.Rocinha, which separates some of Rio’s wealthiest neighborhoods including Barra da Tijuca where the majority of the 2016 Olympics

Senate candidate Roy Moore in 2005: ‘Homosexual conduct should be illegal’

(CNN)Roy Moore, a Republican US Senate candidate in Alabama, said in a 2005 interview that he believes "homosexual conduct" should be illegal.During the interview Press asked Moore if he believed homosexual conduct should still be illegal after the 2003 landmark Supreme Court decision in Lawrence v. Texas that struck

Trump Weighs Replacing His Travel Ban With Tailored Restrictions

President Donald Trump is weighing replacing his ban on travelers entering the U.S. from six predominantly Muslim nations with a set of more specific and tailored restrictions based, in part, on how much information countries share with the U.S.The Department of Homeland Security has sent Trump recommendations for entry restrictions