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Deval Patrick announces presidential campaign

Deval Patrick officially announced a late-entry 2020 presidential campaign on Thursday, thrusting the former Massachusetts governor into an already crowded field of Democratic candidates less than three months before the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary.

AT&T promotes WarnerMedia boss John Stankey

AT&T announced two promotions on Tuesday that place John Stankey, the CEO of its subsidiary WarnerMedia, firmly in line to succeed the wireless giant's CEO, Randall Stephenson.

7 takeaways from the Democratic debate's first night

A handful of low-polling moderates hoped to break through in a crowded Democratic field during Tuesday's debate by confronting the top-tier candidates on stage, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Iran's president hints at seized tanker swap

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani appeared to signal Wednesday that his country might be willing to release a British-flagged oil tanker it seized—in return for the UK's release of a detained Iranian tanker.

Erdogan's party calls for new elections in Istanbul

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Justice and Development Party, known as AKP, is asking the country's election council for a redo of the mayoral election in Istanbul, the country's financial capital and its largest city.

Ilhan Omar quotes Bush in defense of 9/11 comments

The controversy over Rep. Ilhan Omar's remarks about the September 11, 2001, terror attacks widened Friday, as progressives and 2020 hopefuls rushed to the Minnesota Democrat's defense and President Donald Trump amplified the issue by tweeting a video featuring the destruction of the World Trade Center.

Trump claims he might 'call up more military' to the border

President Donald Trump told reporters during a roundtable event on Wednesday that he is "going to have to call up more military" to the southern border, adding to the administration's attempts to address a historic increase in the number of migrant apprehensions.