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Roger Stone, a former adviser to President Trump, departs a Washington, D.C., courthouse with his wife on Monday. Stone faces charges that he allegedly lied to Congress and obstructed an official proceeding. Stone has pleaded not guilty, and his trial is set to begin Tuesday.

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The president's adviser is facing charges that he allegedly lied to Congress and obstructed an official proceeding. Stone has pleaded not guilty and said he has done nothing wrong.

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A ship of researchers is crossing the Arctic for a year attached to an ice floe. But finding the right chunk of sea ice was a challenge, in part because warmer temperatures are making it thinner.

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California voters approved the sale of recreational marijuana in 2016. But the legal market is still struggling to compete with the illicit market.

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Having already axed the INF missile control treaty with Russia, the Trump administration now has two more defense pacts in its sights: the Open Skies and New START treaties.

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A meatpacking town in the Texas Panhandle is a magnet for immigrants who will do unpopular jobs. The once majority-white county has adjusted to its more diverse population.

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The Environmental Protection Agency would give coal plants more time to close unlined coal ash ponds, and ease rules on wastewater. Opponents say that prolongs the risk of toxic spills.

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Employees at Microsoft Japan worked four days a week, enjoyed a three-day weekend — and got their normal, five-day paycheck. As part of the trial, the company also capped meetings at 30 minutes.

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Under the agreement hammered out in 2015, the first day that countries can reverse the promises they made is Nov. 4, 2019. It will be another year before the American withdrawal is official.

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