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Police detain a protester in downtown Moscow, Russia, Sunday, May 26, 2017. Russia's leading opposition figure Alexei Navalny and his supporters aim to hold anti-corruption demonstrations throughout Russia. But authorities are denying permission and police have warned they won't be responsible for "negative consequences" or unsanctioned gatherings. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

Corruption protests sweep Russia; opposition leader arrested (w/video)

MOSCOW — Russia's opposition, often written off by critics as a small and irrelevant coterie of privileged urbanites, put on an impressive nationwide show of strength Sunday with dozens of protest across the vast country. Hundreds were arrested, including Alexei Navalny, the anti-corruption campaigner who is Presid …

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  1. She's aging in the hemisphere's oldest nation and survives by digging through Cuba's trash

    World

    HAVANA — At 67, struggling against the challenges that come with aging and a meager pension, Raquel, an engineer who in her own words was "formed by the Revolution," survives by sifting through garbage every day in search of recyclable products.

    A woman looks out her window as people pass by on Feb. 15, 2017, in Havana, Cuba. [Miami Herald | TNS]
  2. Bitter GOP finger-pointing clouds path for Trump agenda

    National

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is hoping to drive his priorities forward following the crumbling of the Republican health care bill but GOP finger-pointing is rampant, underscoring how tough it will be to produce the unity the party will need.

    President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with women small business owners in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, in Washington, Monday, March 27, 2017. [Associated Press]
  3. Senate committee to question Jared Kushner over meetings with Russians

    National

    Senate investigators plan to question Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and a close adviser, as part of their broad inquiry into ties between Trump associates and Russian officials or others linked to the Kremlin, the New York Times reports.

    Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's senior adviser and son-in-law, listens during a meeting with small business leaders at the White House on Jan. 30. Senate investigators plan to question Kushner as part of their broad inquiry into ties between Trump associates and Russian officials or others linked to the Kremlin, according to administration and congressional officials. [Washington Post photo by Jabin Botsford]
  4. Veteran newsman Ted Koppel tells Sean Hannity he's bad for America (w/video)

    National

    Veteran broadcast journalist Ted Koppel has long railed against news shows that wear their politics on their sleeves. And on Sunday, he pulled no punches with Sean Hannity.

    Ted Koppel poses for photographers as he arrives for the 28th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards gala in New York in 2007. Veteran newsman Koppel told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he is "bad for America" in an interview that aired on CBS' "Sunday Morning" that quickly became a trending topic on social media Sunday, March 26, 2017. [Associated Press]
  5. Kushner to lead new Trump office to bring business ideas to government

    National

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump plans to unveil a new White House office on Monday with sweeping authority to overhaul the federal bureaucracy and fulfill key campaign promises — such as reforming care for veterans and fighting opioid addiction — by harvesting ideas from the business world and, …

    Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's senior adviser and son-in-law, listens during a meeting with small business leaders at the White House on Jan. 30. [Washington Post photo by Jabin Botsford]