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Apple says it has "been informed" that the app violated local regulations. It's the latest in a long history of media restrictions in China, but also of tech companies getting involved in the efforts.

Republicans have embraced many of Trump's stances on key issues like trade and the deficit. On Russia, however, they couldn't be more divided.

A different way of providing counseling is being tested in India. It turns out it was tested — but abandoned — in the U.S. decades ago.

In some cases, the 2008 campaign was their first venture into politics; for many, it hasn't been their last.

Donald Trump was a factor in Ford's decision to cancel plans to build a new plant in Mexico. Now he has the attention of other U.S. manufacturing firms that were considering a move south.

San Luis Potosi state lost out on more than a billion dollars in investment and thousands of jobs when Ford changed plans and nixed a factory. Angry locals pin the blame directly on Donald Trump.

Wyoming has become a flash point in the debate over whether federal public lands should be turned over to states. Sportsmen are worried they'll lose access to the lands if states are forced to sell.

A promised crackdown on people living in this country illegally could mean a boon for private prison companies that contract with the government to hold detainees.

Smith, who died on Friday, was a Methodist minister who traveled the world studying Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism and other religions. Originally broadcast in 1996.

Louisiana's coastline is disappearing into the Gulf of Mexico. And with it many historic sites are being washed away, leaving archaeologists scrambling to document what they can before it's gone.

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