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Trump Delays New Policy on Importing Elephant PartsPres. Trump said Friday he's delaying a new policy allowing the body parts of African elephants shot for sport to be imported until he can review "all conservation facts."
White House $44 billion Disaster Aid Bill Offers No Relief For Wildfire VictimsCalifornia's U.S. senators have attacked the White House's $44 billion disaster aid request because it does not include any aid for California's wildfire victims
Pentagon Exposed Some Of Its Data On Amazon ServerAnyone with a free Amazon Web Services account could have looked at the hoard of information stored in the cloud by the U.S. Defense Department.
Rev. Jesse Jackson Discloses He Has Parkinson's DiseaseThe Rev. Jesse Jackson says he's been seeking outpatient care for two years for Parkinson's disease and plans to "dedicate" himself to physical therapy.
San Francisco Officials Vote To Rename Justin Herman PlazaThe plaza will be renamed Embarcadero Plaza for now, while the city considers who it should be named for.
UC Regents Chastise Napolitano Over Interference With State AuditThe University of California's governing board chastised UC President Janet Napolitano in a rare rebuke and asked her to apologize for her office's interference in a state audit last year.
Remote NorCal Community Terrorized In Rampage Seeks More PatrolsResidents were already complaining about the lack of law enforcement and frequent gunfire that regularly disturbed the peace of the rolling oak-studded hills dotted with homes and trailers on large lots,.
Keystone Pipeline Leaks 210,000 Gallons Of Oil In South DakotaTransCanada Corp.'s Keystone pipeline leaked an estimated 210,000 gallons of oil in northeastern South Dakota, the company and state regulators reported Thursday.
Alabama Republican Party Says It Stands By Roy MooreThe Alabama Republican Party says it stands with GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore, breaking ranks with national Republicans who have called for him to step out of the race amid sexual misconduct allegations.
Facebook, Google, Twitter To Fight Fake News With 'Trust Indicators'Facebook, Google and Twitter said Thursday they have committed to using new "trust indicators" to help users better vet the reliability of the publications and journalists behind articles that appear in news feeds.
Trump Ends Obama-Era Ban On Import Of Elephant Trophies From ZimbabweThe Trump administration announced it would be taking steps to allow the import of sport-hunted trophies from elephants hunted in Zimbabwe, overturning another Obama-era policy. 
Twitter Issues New Guidelines, Drops White Nationalists' VerificationsThe company announced new guidelines for the verification program, and will remove verification from accounts that fall outside those rules.

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