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Voters in a western Pennsylvania congressional district head to the polls Tuesday. In this area, President Trump's tariff decisions could help the GOP avoid losing a reliably Republican seat.

In the aftermath of last month's deadly school shooting in Florida, President Trump flirted with gun control measures opposed by the NRA. But in the end, his proposals are much more politically cautious.

Michael Avenatti, the lawyer representing Stormy Daniels — the adult film actress alleging to have had an affair with President Trump in 2006 — talks about the upcoming legal case. Daniels, whose given name is Stephanie Clifford, is suing Trump to overturn a confidentiality agreement for which she was paid $130,000.

The Trump administration has been laying out its priorities for improving life in rural areas. But while the White House wants to boost spending on infrastructure, it is also seeking to eliminate programs focused on growing small businesses. Many who work closely on rural development issues are wondering just how invested the administration in in their concerns.

A school shooting in rural New Mexico has opened a debate over whether teachers in schools in the town of Aztec should be armed.

Two filmmakers from Amarillo, Texas, released their debut film about the death of a young man in the late '90s after a jocks versus punks brawl that got widespread national attention and exposed deep divisions in the city. The film, Bomb City, carries a nickname for Amarillo, the only city in the country with a nuclear assembly plant.

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure to place sanctions on Russia, following the poisoning of a former Russian spy, who was living in exile in the western city of Salisbury.

President Trump's school safety agenda encourages more states to adopt "risk protection orders." These allow law enforcement to temporarily seize guns from people judged dangerous to themselves or others.

Rania Abouzeid has been covering Syria since 2011 — despite the fact that she's been called a spy, placed on wanted lists by Syrian intelligence and banned from entering the country.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has intervened in two cases that could have big implications for people who come to the U.S. and seek asylum.




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