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Catalan leader takes his separatism fight to Europe's heart

Catalan leader takes his separatism fight to Europe's heart

BRUSSELS — Facing possible criminal charges at home that could put him behind bars for decades, ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont took his bid for independence from Spain to the heart of Europe on Tuesday, attempting to portray his secessionist

House intelligence panel to interview Kaveladze

WASHINGTON — The House intelligence committee is set to interview Ike Kaveladze, who was among those at a June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with President Donald Trump's son that has captured the interest of investigators.
Northeast struggling to recover from powerful storm

Northeast struggling to recover from powerful storm

PORTLAND, Maine — Hundreds of out-of-state reinforcements bolstered utility crews struggling to restore power throughout New England on Tuesday, a day after a powerful storm blew down trees and postponed Halloween activities in many communities.
Former President Obama opens Chicago youth leadership summit

Former President Obama opens Chicago youth leadership summit

CHICAGO — Former President Barack Obama has delivered opening remarks at a Chicago leadership summit hosted by his foundation for hundreds of civic leaders and artists from around the world.
Trump admin to defend Cuba embargo at UN, reversing Obama

Trump admin to defend Cuba embargo at UN, reversing Obama

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration will defend America's decades-old economic embargo on Cuba in a United Nations vote this week, the State Department said Tuesday, in a reversal from the Obama administration that reflects deteriorating U.S.
NYC votes to repeal 91-year-old law banning dancing in bars

NYC votes to repeal 91-year-old law banning dancing in bars

NEW YORK — Cut loose! New York City lawmakers voted Tuesday to legalize dancing in bars, repealing a 91-year-old law that banned boogieing at most city nightspots.
Agents: Bergdahl debriefs were intelligence 'gold mine'

Agents: Bergdahl debriefs were intelligence 'gold mine'

FORT BRAGG, N.C. — Army Sgt.

She suspected an affair; then she found a secret camera

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Police in Florida say a daughter suspected her mother's live-in partner was having an affair, so she looked at files under his profile in their shared household computer.
FEMA chief says agency didn't approve Whitefish contract

FEMA chief says agency didn't approve Whitefish contract

WASHINGTON — Federal Emergency Management Agency officials had nothing to do with approving a pricey no-bid contract to restore the power grid in Puerto Rico, the head of the agency told Congress on Tuesday.

Despite war, hurricane, man finally sees brother's wedding

PENNDEL, Pa.