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State governors delve into foreign diplomacy on trade war

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - State governors discussed ways Thursday to court foreign investment in the wake of President Donald Trump’s trade disputes with countries including China, Canada and Mexico.

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p>Several of the more than 20 governors attending the annual meeting of the National Governors Association said shifting U.S. trade …

Attacking 'hysterical' media a go-to segment at Fox

NEW YORK (AP) - What do the phrases “blind hatred,” ”frothing,” ”hysteria,” ”meltdown,” ”freak-out” and “derangement” have in common? They’ve all been used by Fox News Channel personalities this week to describe media coverage of President Donald Trump’s Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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p>Both Sean Hannity and Laura …

Marc Gasol, Grizzlies center, helps rescue migrant at sea

Memphis Grizzlies center Marc Gasol was involved in rescuing a migrant woman from the Mediterranean Sea last Sunday.

Gasol, who is from Spain, was volunteering for the Spanish nonprofit Proactiva Open Arms. The mission Sunday rescued a Cameroonian woman clinging to some wood after a shipwreck.

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p>”There were pieces of …

The Latest: Trump: US needs 'people with training' for jobs

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on President Donald Trump’s job training initiative (all times local):

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President Donald Trump says nearly two dozen companies and trade organizations are signing his pledge to provide job training and apprenticeship programs as a way to boost the U.S. economy.

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p>Trump said Thursday …

Russia actively using fake news and propaganda to sow discord in U.S.: FBI director Wray

Russia is actively using fake news and propaganda to sow discord in the United States, much like during the 2016 U.S. presidential election, FBI Director Christopher Wray said Wednesday.

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p>Speaking at the Aspen Security Forum, Mr. Wray accused of Moscow of continued meddling after Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday …

White House rejects Putin's proposal to interrogate Americans

The White House rejected Thursday a proposal by Russian President Vladimir Putin to allow Moscow to interrogate Americans, including former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul.

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p>”It is a proposal that was made in sincerity by President Putin, but President Trump disagrees with it,” said White House press secretary Sarah …

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