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Past articles by Diana:

South Korea agreed to pay $70 million more to host US troops this year — now Trump wants them to pay billions more

The Trump administration says South Korea can afford to pay more, but experts say the demands are likely to strain US forces and alienate Koreans. → Read More

Trump questioning Shanahan as secretary of defense pick

President Trump is questioning his decision to have Patrick Shanahan serve as secretary of defense, according to a new report. → Read More

Sasha Obama graduates from Sidwell Friends

Sasha Obama graduated over the weekend from Sidwell Friends, the same elite high school in northwest Washington, D.C., that her older sister Malia and Chelsea Clinton attended. → Read More

St. Louis judge issues injunction to keep last abortion provider in Missouri open

Missouri’s last abortion provider will remain open after a St. Louis judge issued a preliminary injunction Monday. → Read More

Church says body of atheist can be exhumed after 'mistaken' burial 20 years ago

The remains of an atheist woman who was buried in a church graveyard may be exhumed, the Church of England’s Consistory Court has determined. → Read More

Reince Priebus becomes Navy officer

Former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus was commissioned as an ensign in the U.S. Navy on Monday. → Read More

Wyoming governor accused of screaming “F--- you, mayor” at female Republican

Governor Mark Gordon of Wyoming has been accused by Marian Orr, Mayor of Cheyenne and a fellow Republican, of "profane and misogynistic" behavior towards her during a meeting. → Read More

Trump responds to London Mayor Sadiq Khan: Do your job

President Trump offered some advice for London Mayor Sadiq Khan: focus on your job. → Read More

Military judge removes chief prosecutor in Navy SEAL war crimes case

The chief prosecutor in the case of Navy SEAL Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher was removed from the prosecution team by a military judge on Monday. → Read More

Jason Chaffetz declines to run for governor of Utah

Jason Chaffetz has ruled out running for governor of Utah after saying he was a “definite maybe” as a candidate. → Read More

Pete Buttigieg says he would have been willing to give Al Franken a pass

Presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg said he would not have urged former Sen. Al Franken to resign, at least not without more information about the sexual misconduct allegations facing the Minnesota Democrat. → Read More

Former Missouri governor’s new military assignment prompts Navy investigation

The Navy has commissioned an investigation examining how it manages personnel cases for those with personal misconduct allegations after it was reported former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens may deploy to the Middle East. → Read More

Search intensifies as police find blood in home of missing Connecticut mother of five

Police have detected traces of blood in the New Canaan, Conn., home of Jennifer Dulos, who has been missing for a week. → Read More

Warren: If Trump weren't president 'he would be in handcuffs and indicted'

Presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren wants to change Justice Department policy that bars it from indicting sitting presidents to ensure “no President is above the law.” → Read More

Sad song: Elton John says Brexit makes him look like a 'stupid, colonial, imperialist English idiot'

Singer Elton John is fed up with British politicians and Brexit. → Read More

Ex-Hillary Clinton aide says #MeToo rehabilitation of Al Franken's image unclear

A former aide to Hillary Clinton said it’s unclear how former Sen. Al Franken can return to relevance after he was accused of sexual misconduct in 2017. → Read More

Trump: ‘Case is closed’ on Mueller investigation

President Trump said special counsel Robert Mueller’s work on the federal Russia investigation is finished. → Read More

Navy reviews whether ‘Make Aircrew Great Again’ patch violates rules

Navy service members who donned “Make Aircrews Great Again” uniform patches during President Trump's visit to Japan may have broken Pentagon rules. → Read More

James Comey: Trump's treason talk is a 'dumb lie'

Former FBI Director James Comey flatly rejected President Trump's claim that the bureau committed "treason" in its handling of the counterintelligence investigation into Trump's 2016 campaign. → Read More

World Health Organization: Being transgender is not a ‘mental disorder’

The World Health Organization won’t classify being transgender as a “mental disorder” anymore. → Read More