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Trump taxes: Supreme Court says New York prosecutors can see records  2020-07-09
However, the court rules that this information does not have to be shared with Congress.
US student visas: 'A lot of people I know are scared for the future'  2020-07-09
The US said some visas could be revoked because of coronavirus, leaving students confused and uncertain.
Teachers express concern about US schools reopening  2020-07-09
President Trump's press secretary said it was safe to reopen and that "the child will always come first".
US sprinter's 'world record' ruled 15m short  2020-07-09
Noah Lyles briefly appeared to have set an astonishing new 200m world record - beating Usain Bolt's best by 0.29 seconds - before it was revealed he had run 15m short.
Xinjiang: US sanctions Chinese officials over 'abuse' of Muslims  2020-07-09
China is accused of persecuting Uighur Muslims, including by locking them up in detention camps.
Michael Cohen, Trump's ex-lawyer, ordered back to jail  2020-07-09
He had been released from prison to home confinement over coronavirus concerns.
George Floyd: Pew survey on US attitudes to police reveals changes  2020-07-09
Support for officers has declined slightly, but most oppose cuts to police funding, a survey finds.
Naya Rivera: Glee star presumed dead after boat trip with son  2020-07-09
Naya Rivera is believed to have drowned after her son was found alone in a boat on a California lake.
Lady A sue Lady A: Ex-Lady Antebellum take legal action against singer  2020-07-09
The band formerly known as Lady Antebellum take legal action against a 61-year-old blues singer.
Johnny Depp accuses Amber Heard of severing finger tip  2020-07-09
The Hollywood star tells a libel hearing his ex-wife threw a bottle of vodka at him during a fight.
Facebook bans 'Roger Stone disinformation network'  2020-07-09
The ally of US President Donald Trump was convicted of lying to Congress.
George Floyd: Officer told dying man to 'stop yelling'  2020-07-09
Newly released transcripts show the unarmed black man said more than 20 times he could not breathe.
Why monuments in the US are being taken down  2020-07-08
Statues of leading figures of the Confederacy, as well as those that depict people of colour as inferior, are being reconsidered.
Melania Trump sculpture in Slovenia set on fire on US Independence Day  2020-07-09
Police investigate after the statue of the US first lady was targeted in her hometown on 4 July.
MLS returns: Nani helps Orlando beat Inter Miami after powerful protest  2020-07-09
Nani scores a 97th-minute winner for Orlando as MLS action returns and players from across the league stage a powerful protest.
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