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They are grappling with a Republican-backed spending binge that threatens to generate trillion-dollar deficits for years to come.
Some Medicare beneficiaries face higher drug costs under the president's budget even as the sickest patients save money.
Protest icon Ahed Tamimi, 17, is being tried for slapping and punching two Israeli soldiers, a case that has drawn wide criticism of Israel.
Party leaders for the African National Congress say they have delivered an ultimatum to the South African president, giving him 48 hours to respond.
Scientists are altering blood cells in a lab to disable a gene to make the cells resist infection by HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
Officials in Kabul and militants hold talks despite a wave of violence and Trump's pronouncement that there would be no negotiations for now, the AP learns.
The world's foremost philanthropists say they're studying related issues such as employment, race and housing.
The president's proposed budget would slash EPA funding for Great Lakes and Chesapeake Bay restoration programs by 90 percent.
On any given day, classrooms of students are using virtual reality to visit the pyramids, observe medical operations, even swim through the human circulatory system.
Chloe Kim hit back-to-back 1080-degree spins on her second and third jumps to capture gold in the halfpipe at the Pyeongchang Olympics.