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Vladimir Putin Signs New Law Criminalizing Criticism of Him and His Government

Violators will be fined up to $23,000 and repeat offenders could be jailed.

New Zealand to Immediately Reform Gun Laws in Response to Mosque Attacks That Killed 50

New Zealand's cabinet unanimously agreed to reform the country's gun laws after last week's deadly attack on two mosques.

New Zealand Gunman With White Nationalist Manifesto Kills 49 People in 2 Mosque Attacks

The gunman posted video of the attack on Facebook and published his anti-immigrant manifesto on social media.

Senate Rebukes Trump With Vote to End Support for Saudi Arabia’s War in Yemen

Seven Republican senators joined Democrats to rebuke Trump over support for Saudi Arabia.

US Trade Deficit Hits Record $891B Despite Trump’s Claim Trade Wars Are ‘Good and Easy to Win’

The US merchandise trade deficit was larger last year than any year in America's history despite Trump's "America First" policies.

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Be Indicted In 3 Corruption Cases

The indictment comes ahead of Netanyahu's reelection bid. He has denied the charges, blaming the media and left for a "witch hunt."

Trump Abruptly Cuts Kim Jong Un Summit Short, Leaves Early Without a Deal

Trump scrapped events and left Hanoi early after failing to reach any sort of deal with Kim Jong Un.

White House Bans All But One US Print Reporter From Trump-Kim Meeting for Shouting Questions

The White House banned reporters from the Associated Press, Reuters, Los Angeles Times, and Bloomberg from attending meeting over shouted questions.

Teens Are Rebelling Against Anti-Vaxxer Parents by Getting Secret Vaccinations

Teens are having a hard time squaring their parents' beliefs with the science and evidence available online, so they're taking matters into their own hands.

The End of Homelessness Starts in Finland

The government deems housing a basic right of all of the country's residents, even those with mental-health problems and addictions.

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