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Could Congress Stop Trump From Bombing North Korea?

President Donald Trump threatened North Korea with "fire and fury" Tuesday if Pyongyang doesn't stop threatening the United States. But can the President launch a military strike on his own? The Constitution may give Congress the ability to declare war, but in reality it has little ability to stop the President if he's determined to strike North Korea.

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Historians: 'Defending history' Is Complicated in the US

In the wake of Charlottesville, Americans are confronting questions about how to make sense of the history of the Confederacy, the Civil War and race in America as they play out in our lives today. CNN Opinion asked a number of historians for their thoughts. The views in these commentaries are their own.

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Pediatricians Say Florida Hurt Sick Kids to Help Big GOP Donors

When he was 11 years old, LJ Stroud of St. Augustine, Florida, had a tooth emerge in a place where no tooth belongs: the roof of his mouth. LJ was born with severe cleft lip and palate, which explained the strange eruption, as well as the constant ear infections that no antibiotic could remedy.

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Political World Watches Arizona as Trump Heads West

The political world is watching Arizona this week as President Donald Trump tries to move past one controversy by wading into another -- visiting his core supporters in the state whose two senators are among his most vocal critics within the Republican Party.

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How Potential 2020 Democrats Are Honing Their Foreign Policy Chops

It wasn't hard for generals to prepare for Sen. Elizabeth Warren's first question at the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing. "Gen. (David) Goldfein, would a significant reduction in funding to the State Department and other non-defense security agencies and programs make the Air Force job of defending America easier or harder?" Warren asked the Air Force chief of staff in June.

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Trump to Ask Americans to Trust Him On Afghanistan

Donald Trump will ask Americans Monday to trust him on his new Afghanistan strategy, exercising a president's most somber duty, a decision on waging war, at a time when his own political standing is deeply compromised.

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Fiat Chrysler Rumors; China Blasts U.S.; Total's Deal

1. Fiat Chrysler: Great Wall Motor said Monday that it was exploring a bid for the parent company of Jeep, Maserati, Dodge, Ram and Alfa Romeo.

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'Whitney' Exposes Rifts in Houston's Tragic Life

The oddly punctuated title has multiple meanings in "Whitney. Can I Be Me," a documentary about the late singing star Whitney Houston, a woman torn among various factions and constituencies in a charmed, tormented and too-brief life.

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Robin Thicke, Girlfriend Expecting a Baby

Robin Thicke is set to be a father again. The "Blurred Lines" singer's girlfriend April Love Geary announced the news on Instagram Thursday and posted a sonogram photo.

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Kal Penn, More Resign White House Arts Committee

Hollywood and Broadway appear to be taking a page from Wall Street's playbook. The remaining 16 members of the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities resigned in protest on Friday, capping off a dramatic week that included a stream of CEO resignations from two of President Trump's business councils.

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