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Suspected Killer Of Judge's Son In New Jersey Linked To Another Death In California

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| Investigators say they have evidence that Roy Den Hollander, the FBI's primary subject in the New Jersey killing, was involved in the killing of a rival attorney earlier this month.

Fort Hood Soldier's Remains Are Found At A Nearby Lake

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Police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found at a nearby lake — the third service member from the Texas base to be found dead in the past month.

Trump Requested Help From U.S. Ambassador In Holding British Open At A Trump Resort

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A former diplomat at the U.S. embassy says Ambassador Robert Wood "Woody" Johnson IV told him about the request. "I advised him that doing so would violate federal ethics rules," he tells NPR.

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U.S., U.K. Change Diplomatic Immunity Rules After British Man Was Killed

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The change in policy comes nearly a year after the death of Harry Dunn, a 19-year-old. The wife of a U.S. diplomat is accused of killing him as she was driving on the wrong side of the road.

Timeline: The Unraveling Of U.S.-China Relations

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On Tuesday, the Trump administration ordered China's Houston consulate to close, amping up tensions in already fraught relations. Here are some of the key developments reshaping U.S.-China relations.

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Taking Down Its 'Own Monuments,' Sierra Club Assesses The Racism Of John Muir

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Citing anti-racism protests, the group said it was re-examining the legacy of its founder and the racist views he espoused. The Sierra Club also noted early members included prominent eugenicists.

Coronavirus Infections Far Higher Than Confirmed But Most Americans Still Not Exposed

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Data from the CDC estimates that roughly 10 times the amount of people have the virus than have been documented. The number is still far below what experts say would be needed for widespread immunity.

FAA Inches Closer To Approving Boeing's Fixes To Troubled 737 Max

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The FAA says an airworthiness directive for Boeing's 737 Max is near, but it still may be months before the troubled plane flies passengers again.

Portland Police Union Leader Worries Protests Can Be Overshadowed By Violent Acts

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Daryl Turner, president of Portland, Ore.'s police union, says federal agents in Portland need to communicate with local law enforcement. The city has seen weeks of protests.

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