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Jobs. Education. New abortion limits may come with a price. Indiana and other states may see fewer jobs, doctors, students
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Trump wanted totally loyal generals like Hitlers, new book says Trump was reportedly unaware that Hitler's generals attempted several times to assassinate the Nazi leader, according to a new book by journalists Peter Baker and Susan Glasser.
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Is Trump merely a symptom of GOP decline? Dana Milbank answers your questions. Dana Milbank's Q&A with readers is at noon ET on Aug. 8. Submit your questions.
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Why wont the U.S. declare Russia a state sponsor of terrorism? David Ignatius answers your foreign affairs questions. David's Q&A with readers starts at 12 p.m. ET on Monday. Submit your questions now.
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How to choose and cook with summer squash, eggplant and melons Read full story for latest details.
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Oklahoma football assistant resigns after saying shameful word in film session Cale Gundy, who had coached with the Sooners since 1999, said he was "horrified" when he realized the word he read aloud off a player's iPad.
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Man fatally shot in Prince Georges County A man was fatally shot Sunday evening in Prince George's, police said.
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How full-contact tackle football became therapy for these girls Their stories are told in First Down, an 11-minute documentary about their underdog team
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After the Kentucky floods, a local pastor becomes a lifeline Eastern Kentucky floods destroyed roads, bridges and homes. But in the aftermath, communities have come together to rebuild, a sign of the deep roots here.
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Salt in water sources becoming worrisome in D.C. region, experts warn Amid rampant growth, the D.C. region and other metropolitan areas face "freshwater salinization syndrome that may become irreversible, researchers say.
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