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Republicans focus on defending U.S. Senate in campaign's last week

30 Oct 2018

WASHINGTON Republican campaigns took a defensive approach a week before elections to determine control of the U.S. Congress, with the party spending more to try to hold on to previously secure House seats and President Donald Trump preparing a six-day trip focussed on Senate races.

No let-up in anger in U.S. campaigns after spate of violence

29 Oct 2018

WASHINGTON - Anger over the weekend massacre of 11 people at a Pennsylvania synagogue spilt onto the U.S. campaign trail with just over a week to go before elections that will determine control of Congress.

Democratic upset brings new blood, new battles to Congress

05 Sep 2018

BOSTON A Boston city councilor's historic defeat of a 10-term Democratic congressman was the latest sign of a generational shift in the party that is strengthening the clout of women and minority candidates, inspired by anger at Republican U.S. President Donald Trump. | Video

Pressley's win shows rise of minority candidates among U.S. Democrats

05 Sep 2018

BOSTON A Boston city councilor's historic defeat of a 10-term Democratic incumbent in the U.S. Congress was the latest sign of the rising clout of minority candidates in the party, many of whom are angry at Republican President Donald Trump.

Pressley's win shows rise of minority candidates among U.S. Democrats

05 Sep 2018

BOSTON, Sept 5 A Boston city councilor's historic defeat of a 10-term Democratic incumbent in the U.S. Congress was the latest sign of the rising clout of minority candidates in the party, many of whom are angry at Republican President Donald Trump.

After upset win, Massachusetts Democrat comes out swinging at Trump

05 Sep 2018

BOSTON Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley beat a 10-term incumbent on Tuesday to win the Democratic nomination to run for the U.S. Congress, and she immediately came out swinging at President Donald Trump. | Video

U.S. man charged in 'enemy of the people' threats to Boston Globe

31 Aug 2018

BOSTON Federal authorities have charged a California man with threatening to kill Boston Globe employees for the newspaper's role leading this month's defense of press freedoms by hundreds of U.S. news organizations against attacks by President Donald Trump.

U.S. man charged in 'enemy of the people' threats to Boston Globe

31 Aug 2018

BOSTON A California man has been charged with threatening to kill Boston Globe employees in retaliation for the newspaper's role in leading an editorial defense of press freedoms by hundreds of U.S. news organizations against attacks by President Donald Trump.

UPDATE 3-U.S. man charged in 'enemy of the people' threats to Boston Globe

31 Aug 2018

BOSTON, Aug 30 A California man has been charged with threatening to kill Boston Globe employees in retaliation for the newspaper's role in leading an editorial defense of press freedoms by hundreds of U.S. news organizations against attacks by President Donald Trump.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-U.S. man charged in 'enemy of the people' threats to Boston Globe

31 Aug 2018

BOSTON, Aug 30 Federal authorities have charged a California man with threatening to kill Boston Globe employees for the newspaper's role leading this month's defense of press freedoms by hundreds of U.S. news organizations against attacks by President Donald Trump.

World News

Trump briefed on Khashoggi murder by CIA, Pompeo

U.S. President Donald Trump, while flying to California on Saturday, was briefed on the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi after a CIA assessment that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing, the White House said.