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We're learning more about what the Trump team knew when — and the evidence is damning

The circumstantial evidence suggesting that the Trump campaign collaborated with the Kremlin to get now-President Donald Trump elected continues to mount.<p>But even if it turns out that there was no direct "collusion" to shape the 2016 election, what we have learned so far — including most recently …

Donald Trump

Iran's supreme leader 'the new Hitler', says Saudi crown prince

<b>Saudi Arabia's crown prince has called Iran's supreme leader "the new Hitler of the Middle East", amid heightened tensions between the two countries.</b><p>Alluding to Iran's growing regional power, Mohammed bin Salman said it was important to avoid a repeat "of what happened in Europe in the Middle East".<p>…

Here's where Republican senators stand on the health care bill

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Senate Republicans rolled out their health care plan Thursday, and within hours the bill was already on shaky ground.<p>Republicans can only afford to lose two of their 52 senators for the bill to pass.<p>As of Monday, most Republicans are still reviewing the text, but here is what …

NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft had to speed up a bit so it wouldn’t get hit by Mars’ moon

Fleeing from Phobos<p>Every now and then, satellites in orbit around Earth have to do slight course-correction maneuvers, in order to avoid collisions with other satellites. And apparently the spacecraft around Mars have to deal with the same problem. NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft, which has been orbiting …

Bizarre orbits of distant objects could be explained by the hypothetical world

More evidence for Planet Nine: Bizarre orbits of distant objects could be explained by the hypothetical world<p><b>Astronomers said in January they may</b> …

Astronomy