Their move to defy House Democrats’ requests for information increases the likelihood of a protracted legal fight that could test the power of congressional subpoenas.
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“I was excited to see Notre Dame because I love the Disney movie.”
French President Emmanuel Macron wants to rebuild the cathedral before Paris hosts the 2024 Summer Olympics — a breakneck pace for a huge project. The government also will hold an international architecture contest to replace the iconic 19th-century spire that collapsed in this week's fire.
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The massive manhunt for 18-year-old Sol Pais is unfolding days before the 20th anniversary of the Columbine massacre.
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With an increasingly close election on the horizon, the Liberal government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — a global figure of welcome for refugees — is signaling plans to crack down.
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