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Trump, Tulsa and the demise of Lincoln
Trump, Tulsa and the demise of Lincoln's Republican Party

Though the name endures, the current Republican Party is no longer Lincoln's party that advocated freedom, democracy and justice for all

Here Are the 5 Guns the Russian Military Loves
Here Are the 5 Guns the Russian Military Loves

Moscow's tools of choice.

Serbian populist wins landslide as many parties boycott
Serbian populist wins landslide as many parties boycott

A preliminary official vote count Monday of Serbia's parliamentary election confirmed an overwhelming victory for populist President Aleksandar Vucic's right-wing governing party, the state RTS television said. Election authorities said, after counting more than 60% of the ballots, that Vucic's Serbian Progressive Party won around 61% of the vote, followed by his ally, the Socialists, with around 10%, the report said. A partial boycott of the vote, by the main opposition parties who said Vucic unfairly dominated the state-run media, paved the way for Vucic's Progressives to control about 190 seats in the 250-member assembly.

Kayleigh McEnany on Supreme Court DACA ruling
Kayleigh McEnany on Supreme Court DACA ruling

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany addresses reporters' questions during a briefing.

'We are going to be patient': Carnival plans phased return to cruising amid coronavirus pandemic

Carnival Corp. has announced its cruise lines will take a phased approach to returning ships to cruising: "We are going to be patient."

Biden climbs in the polls while Trump gets more than a million ticket requests for his Tulsa rally
Biden climbs in the polls while Trump gets more than a million ticket requests for his Tulsa rally

Can Biden get voters to show up on election day? Democratic strategist Robert Patillo and Black Conservative Foundation president Diante Johnson debate.

Editorial: New reports confirm what should be obvious: Smart gun laws save lives
Editorial: New reports confirm what should be obvious: Smart gun laws save lives

A fresh round of studies affirms that smart laws restricting easy access to firearms results in fewer people getting shot to death.

PM Johnson to urge EU to reach agreement by end of summer
PM Johnson to urge EU to reach agreement by end of summer

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will urge the European Union on Monday to commit to renewed energy to reach an agreement on the future relationship by the end of the summer, his spokesman said on Monday. Johnson holds discussions with European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen and the heads of the European Council and European Parliament later on Monday at a meeting that is not expected to produce a dramatic moment in the ongoing talks.

North Korea warns of action over defectors
North Korea warns of action over defectors

The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has threatened to retaliate against the South. Tensions have escalated over defectors from the North - who have been sending back propaganda and food from South Korea. Kim Yo Jong is Kim Jong Un's younger sister and unofficially serves as one of his aides. She issued the warning in a statement carried by state news agency KCNA on Saturday. Though it didn't say what the action might look like... it could involve the military. It comes days after South Korea took legal action against defectors who have been sending material over the border....