Kenya’s Odinga says he could run for president again

Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga told CNN Friday that he would stand again for president if his “basic requirements are met” on how the presidential election is held.

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Hiding in plain sight

Easey Commercial Building is an unassuming mid-rise office tower on Hennessy Road, an artery that runs through Hong Kong’s busy Wan Chai district. The structure sits among scenery that’s classic Hong Kong: bright lights, tall buildings, people rushing about.

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FBI releases early draft of Comey’s Clinton statement

The FBI posted a document Monday that suggests former FBI Director James Comey began drafting what became his infamous July 2016 statement about Hillary Clinton’s private server months ahead of time, releasing a heavily redacted copy of the exchange.

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Fewer Puerto Ricans have power restored than a week ago

As Puerto Rico struggles with water shortages and a dire situation for many seeking medical care, the number of customers getting power off of the island’s grid has declined, according to the latest available data and conversations with energy experts.

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Intelligence firm: House panel’s subpoenas ‘clear abuse of power’

The intelligence firm that produced the dossier of memos alleging Russian efforts to aid Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is objecting to subpoenas sent by the chairman of the House intelligence committee calling them a “clear abuse of power.”

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Sen. John McCain honored with Liberty Medal

Sen. John McCain warned against giving into fear and turning toward “spurious nationalism” Monday at an event honoring the war hero’s contributions to the US.

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