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  1. The authorities in China have detained 2 American employees of an English-language teaching company, the latest sign of the Chinese government’s growing scrutiny of foreigners working and traveling in the country -[Summarize this news]

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  2. President Trump’s troop withdrawal ignited a predicted outburst of chaos and carnage in the Middle East. Listen to today's episode of The Daily. -[Summarize this news]

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  3. "We've got a great new deal that takes back control," Boris Johnson tweeted. Britain and the E.U. have reached a draft Brexit deal, but the support of Parliament and Northern Irish lawmakers is far from assured. Follow our live updates. -[Summarize this news]

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  4. President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines suffered bruises after falling off a motorcycle, his aides said, amid mounting public concern about his health -[Summarize this news]

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  5. Here's a rundown of the bits worth watching from late-night TV -[Summarize this news]

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  6. Morning briefing: Here's what you need to know to start your day -[Summarize this news]

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  7. Amy Klobuchar challenged Elizabeth Warren on healthcare at the democratic debate: "I appreciate Elizabeth's work. But again, the difference between a plan and a pipe dream is something that you can actually get done." -[Summarize this news]

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    The West has condemned Turkey's military incursion into Syria. explains why Erdogan considers it worth the cost. -[Summarize this news]

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  9. Marie Antoinette’s legacy has shifted from a detested queen to a global idol in the more than 2 centuries after her death. A new exhibition at the Paris prison where she spent the last weeks of her life explores her influence. -[Summarize this news]

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    The story of a Dutch "doomsday family" living in isolation and completely off the grid for a decade has spread far and wide -[Summarize this news]

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  11. A son of sharecroppers who rose to become one of the most powerful Democrats in Congress, Elijah Cummings fought tirelessly for his hometown of Baltimore -[Summarize this news]

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  12. Breaking News: Representative Elijah Cummings of Maryland, a key figure in the impeachment procedures against President Trump, died. He was 68. -[Summarize this news]

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  13. Breaking News: Boris Johnson said he has reached a Brexit deal with the European Union. Now he needs the British Parliament to back it. -[Summarize this news]

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  14. The United States has begun requiring Chinese diplomats to notify the State Department before any meetings they plan to have with local or state officials and with educational and research institutions -[Summarize this news]

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    The people who say racism is a problem in society, not just in football, are right. But that isn’t the same as saying that because racism is a problem in society it has to be a problem in football. -[Summarize this news]

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  16. “It’s always more fun if you’re shocking the people in the room. If you end up being boring, that’s the lowest of the low.” After “Twilight,” Robert Pattinson spent years reinventing himself in art-house films. He’s ready to surprise us again: as Batman. -[Summarize this news]

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  17. “The murder of a selfless American who came thousands of miles to live among and serve our people is beyond my ability to comprehend,” Gov. Henry S. Falan of Yap State said. “Yap’s spirit is broken by this senseless and heinous act.” -[Summarize this news]

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  18. The pro-Beijing camp in Hong Kong is deeply divided over protesters’ biggest demand: for greater democracy. Therefore protests in the city could last for months and possibly years. -[Summarize this news]

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  19. "For a long time, laughing at historical Nazis has seemed like a painless moral booster shot, a way of keeping the really bad stuff they represent safely contained in the past," writes our film critic . "Maybe that was always wishful thinking." -[Summarize this news]

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  20. A trans-Atlantic investigation has accused a prominent Oxford University professor of stealing and selling fragments of ancient texts to Hobby Lobby, the arts-and-crafts chain -[Summarize this news]

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