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CIA mocked for 'live tweeting' Bin Laden killing

US spy agency marks fifth anniversary of al-Qaeda chief's assassination by posting timeline of operation on Twitter.

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US Secret Service shoots armed man outside White House

Agent says man approached a White House checkpoint with a firearm and refused to drop it, prompting the shooting.

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Mexico's El Chapo to challenge US extradition in court

The Mexican government decided to extradite the drug boss to the US under condition that he is not given death sentence.

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US elections: Donald Trump vows to end gun-free zones

Presumptive Republican nominee slams rival Hillary Clinton as "heartless" for backing restrictions on gun ownership.

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San Francisco's police chief resigns amid racism row

Chief Greg Suhr quits hours after an officer fatally shot a young black woman allegedly driving a stolen car.

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Protests intensify against Venezuela's Maduro

Tear gas fired and four arrests made in Caracas during rallies demanding passage of referendum to remove the president.

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Facebook's CEO meets US conservatives on reported bias

CEO Mark Zuckerberg assures conservatives after accusations that Facebook is deliberately suppressing conservative news.

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US study declares genetically engineered foods safe

Independent report finds no differences to suggest higher risk to health safety from GE foods than non-GE counterparts.

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US: Sanders takes Oregon as Clinton clings to Kentucky

Bernie Sanders scores against Hillary Clinton in Oregon, but the former secretary of state claims Kentucky.

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US Senate adopts bill opposed by Saudi Arabia

Legislation allowing families of 9/11 victims to sue kingdom for damages passed despite veto threat by White House.

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