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Trump Cancels Meeting With North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un

In a move that many saw coming, the June 12 meeting in Singapore between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un has been canceled.

Facing Jail Time, Cohen's 'Taxi King' Business Partner To Cooperate With Gov't

As part of a plea deal, Evgeny Freidman, a business partner of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen has agreed to cooperate with investigators.

United Way: 40% Of U.S. Households Can't Afford Middle-Class Basics

The United Way recently released statistics showing that even many Americans that aren't below the poverty line are still in serious financial trouble.

Disagreements Threaten To Derail U.S.-North Korea Summit

According to the Korea Central News Agency, Kim is reluctant to sit down with Trump because he has no intention of agreeing to the key U.S. demand: that North Korea fully denuclearize its military.

Senate Votes To Restore Net Neutrality, The House Is Unlikely To Agree

Though the bill to save net neutrality passed the Senate, Democrats will have to convince 25 Republicans to join them for the bill to pass the House.

Uber To End Policy Of Forced Arbitration For Sexual Assault Victims

Uber announced that it will no longer require abuse victims to use its arbitration process rather than taking their cases to court. The change does not apply to those involved in class-action lawsuits.

Why 'Full Employment' U.S. Jobs Stats Are Misleading

Trump routinely railed against misleading U.S. unemployment numbers before taking office. Now those same numbers are being spun as positive.

NSA Phone Data Collection Has Actually Increased Under Trump

According to a newly released government report, the agency collected more than 534 million phone calls and text messages in 2017 — three times as many as the previous year's total.

Stormy Daniels' Lawyer Alleges Cohen Received $500K From Russian Oligarch

Although Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenetti has so far provided no documentation substantiating these claims he has been quoted saying, "People lie, documents don’t. Period.”

Bernie Sanders Warns Of 'Never-Ending War' In Yemen

As Yemen continues to be one of the world's largest humanitarian crises, Sanders is advising Congress to exercise its constitutional powers to end U.S. involvement in the Saudi-led bombing campaign.