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May 24, 2017
World Headlines
Manchester bomber 'likely' not acting alone Home Secretary Amber Rudd says the Manchester bomber was known to the security services.
Trump holds first face-to-face talks with Pope Francis The two leaders greeted each other cordially, after clashing on issues from migration to climate change.
Taiwan's top court rules in favour of same-sex marriage The decision paves the way for Taiwan to become the first place in Asia to allow same-sex marriages.
For students in the foster care system, college can be an elusive goal
According to a study of foster youth, around 58 percent graduate from high school by the time they?re 19, compared to about 86 percent of the general population.
Map: Emerging tech hubs and what they're specializing in
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Rural America weighs the economic realities of proposed federal budget cuts
President Trump calls for the USDA to be cut by 21 percent. Rural areas have a lot of federal employment and funding at stake.
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