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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Monday that any country that flouts U.S. sanctions and buys oil from Iran will face serious economic consequences.
President Trump attacked Democrats and the Mueller report on Twitter over the weekend, and Democrats are divided over how to approach the report.
Twenty-four people have been arrested, and Sri Lankan authorities are pointing to a local Islamist group as potentially being behind the attacks.
European scientists will begin drilling for what's believed to be the world's oldest ice in Antarctica later this year.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks to two people in Quebec who are on opposite sides of the debate over banning religious symbols for public workers on the job.
A series of coordinated Easter Sunday bombings ripped through Sri Lankan churches and luxury hotels, killing nearly 300 people.
A militia group called the United Constitutional Patriots has been falsely impersonating Border Patrol guards and arresting hundreds of migrants trying to cross the border.
Attorney Ken Feinberg and his longtime associate Camille Biros are overseeing compensation funds for victims of clergy sex abuse. It's familiar work for them.