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U.S. Troops in Niger to Receive Combat Pay, Pentagon Says

The reversal comes a day after a top commander said the White House was deciding whether to add Niger to a list of combat zones where troops earn danger pay.

U.S. Lifts Ban on Some Elephant and Lion Trophies

The federal Fish and Wildlife Service will consider allowing some hunters to bring home tusks and hides from certain African countries, overturning an Obama-era prohibition.

Sessions Targets California Immigrants Using a Ruling That Protected Them

The principle of federal supremacy over immigration established in a Supreme Court ruling in favor of the Obama administration could help the Trump Justice Department advance a different goal.

Trump Lawyer Obtained Restraining Order to Silence Stormy Daniels

The order was obtained last week to keep the porn star quiet about her alleged affair with Mr. Trump.

Et Tu, Rafael? Cruz Asks Democratic Rival, Beto O’Rourke, ‘What’s in a Nickname?’

The Texas Senate campaign began with a bang on Wednesday as Senator Ted Cruz mocked Representative Beto O’Rourke for using a childhood nickname.

How Thundersnow Happens: With Considerable Difficulty

There are three ways thundersnow can develop in the United States, but it always brings the element of surprise.

With Gun Control Nearing a Dead End, G.O.P. Turns to ‘School Safety’

The House plans to vote next week on legislation to beef up security at the nation’s schools, but Democrats accused Republicans of diverting attention from guns.

Trump Spoke to Witnesses About Matters They Discussed With Special Counsel

Experts say the conversations most likely do not constitute witness tampering, but they show how the president has ignored advice to avoid the appearance of interfering.

Kalman Aron, Whose Art Spared Him in the Holocaust, Dies at 93

A former child prodigy and a future painter, Mr. Aron, as a teenager, survived seven Nazi camps on scraps of food from guards whose portraits he drew.

Arizona State Suspends Lawrence Krauss During Inquiry Over Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Dr. Krauss, a leading figure in the “skeptics” movement, was placed on paid leave and barred from campus after a report was published by BuzzFeed.

Sam Nunberg Says He’ll Cooperate With Mueller. But What Does He Know?

Mr. Nunberg, who was one of the first people to take the idea of a Trump campaign seriously, would be in a position to tell the special counsel about the Trump campaign’s origins.

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