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Biden, Warren, Sanders Face Scrutiny at Democratic Debate

Biden, Warren, Sanders Face Scrutiny at Democratic Debate

By Steve Peoples | Oct 15
A dozen Democratic presidential candidates will meet on Tuesday for the most crowded presidential debate in modern history. The three front runners face the most intense spotlight.

Where You Die Can Affect Your Chance of Being An Organ Donor

Where You Die Can Affect Your Chance of Being An Organ Donor

By Lauran Neergaard and Nicky Forster | Oct 15
If Roland Henry had died in a different part of the country, his organs might have been recovered. And lives could have been saved.

California Adopts Broadest U.S. Rules for Seizing Guns

California Adopts Broadest U.S. Rules for Seizing Guns

By Don Thompson and Kathleen Ronayne | Oct 15
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a law that will make the state the first to allow employers, co-workers and teachers to seek gun violence restraining orders against other people.

German Security Services Want More Powers to Fight Extremism

German Security Services Want More Powers to Fight Extremism

By Frank Jordans | Oct 15
Germany's security services said Tuesday they're seeking greater powers to fight the kind of far-right extremism behind last week's synagogue attack, including requiring internet companies to report illegal hate speech to police.

AP Interview: Sanders Details Plan to 'End Corporate Greed'

AP Interview: Sanders Details Plan to 'End Corporate Greed'

By Will Weissert | Oct 14
Bernie Sanders has released a major proposal to "end corporate greed and corruption" by requiring large companies to give ownership stakes to their workers.

AP Fact Check: Trump's Premature Win on Trade, Syria Fiction

AP Fact Check: Trump's Premature Win on Trade, Syria Fiction

By Hope Yen and Calvin Woodward | Oct 14
It was a week of caustic rhetoric by President Donald Trump over Syria and the impeachment inquiry, and truth often took a beating.

Some States Honoring Indigenous People Instead of Columbus

Some States Honoring Indigenous People Instead of Columbus

By Russell Contreras and Cedar Attanasio | Oct 14
From Minnesota to Vermont, at least five states and Washington, D.C., have done away with Columbus Day celebrations in deference to Native Americans, though the federal Columbus Day remains in place.

Retiring Republicans Show No Signs, Yet, of Fleeing Trump

Retiring Republicans Show No Signs, Yet, of Fleeing Trump

By Alan Fram | Oct 14
Top Republicans eager for a united GOP front will be eyeing retiring lawmakers for signs of cracking as Democrats' impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump heats up. So far, there's no indication that the retirees are about to crack.

Kremlin Relishes U.S. Pullback from Syria, Turmoil in Ukraine

Kremlin Relishes U.S. Pullback from Syria, Turmoil in Ukraine

By Vladimir Ischenkov | Oct 14
From Syria to Ukraine, new fault lines and tensions are offering the Kremlin fresh opportunities to expand its clout and advance its interests.

Poland's Ruling Conservatives Seek Majority in Key Election

Poland's Ruling Conservatives Seek Majority in Key Election

By Vanessa Gera | Oct 14
Poles were voting Sunday in a parliamentary election that the ruling nationalist Law and Justice party was favored to win, buoyed by the popularity of its conservative agenda and generous social spending.

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