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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law giving the government the right to register individual journalists and bloggers as foreign agents. Putin is seen here in Budapest in October.

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The rule extends a 2017 law pertaining to outlets like Voice of America. That law was drafted after the Justice Department compelled Russia-backed RT America to register as a foreign agent in the U.S.

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The Justice Department is asking a federal appeals court to keep secret Mueller probe grand jury documents confidential, saying a judge misread the law in ordering that the House can see the material.

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Gov. Brian Kemp intends to appoint businesswoman and Republican donor Kelly Loeffler to fill the seat held by Sen. Johnny Isakson, who plans to retire Dec. 31 for health reasons.

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The pair of Soviet-born business contacts was indicted in connection with alleged campaign finance violations. They had a status conference in their case on Monday in New York City.

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Forty-eight of the fatalities were children under 4 years old. The number of immunizations plummeted last year after improperly prepared vaccines led to the deaths of two infants.

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The embattled California congressman was only narrowly reelected in 2018 despite the heavy GOP tilt of his San Diego district. Former Rep. Darrell Issa was already primarying against Hunter for 2020.

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When it's fully completed, the Russia-China pipeline will span more than 5,000 miles, connecting Siberian gas fields to cities in northeastern China that currently rely on coal.

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The post-Thanksgiving travel rush has ended, but the winter storm continues to bear down in the New England region, causing hundreds of flight cancellations and delays.

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