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Activists said the social media site’s vow to delete posts with gay themes was the latest sign of discrimination in the country.

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By: MICHAEL D. SHEAR

Mr. Comey, the former F.B.I. director fired by President Trump in 2017, appeared in an hourlong interview on ABC Sunday night. Here is some of what he had to say.

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Comey tells ABC News' George Stephanopoulos, "Possibly. I mean it's certainly some evidence of obstruction of justice."

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Comey tells ABC News' George Stephanopoulos that during a private, one-on-one dinner with the president that Trump said, "I need loyalty."

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The following is the transcript of the ABC News exclusive interview.

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Plus, new ABC News and Washington Post poll shows the president's approval rating ticking up.

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James Comey is breaking his silence and describing his interactions with President Donald Trump before he was abruptly fired last year.

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Comey tells ABC News' George Stephanopoulos, "What I'm talking about is that leadership culture constantly comes back to me when I think about my experience with the Trump administration."

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In an exclusive interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos, the former FBI director said President Trump's "eyes got this strange, kinda hard look" after he interrupted and criticized him.

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"I think he's morally unfit to be president," said the former FBI director told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos in an exclusive interview.

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"These are more words I never thought I'd utter about a President of the United States, but it's possible," the former FBI director told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos in an exclusive interview.

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The former FBI director talks about what the then-outgoing president told him after Donald Trump won.

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He came face-to-face with an armed burglar back when he was 16 years old, when the suspect broke into his house in Bergen County, New Jersey.

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President Donald Trump issued a barrage of tweets Sunday, slamming James Comey.

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By: CHRISTINA CARON

President Trump on Sunday delivered a series of scathing tweets ahead of the former F.B.I. director James Comey’s appearance on ABC News.

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By: MICHAEL D. SHEAR

James B. Comey, in portraying President Trump as a danger to the nation, is mounting a remarkable public assault on a sitting president.

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James Comey is breaking his long silence and describing his interactions with President Donald Trump before he was abruptly fired last year.

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By: JACK NICAS

With Dropbox and Spotify successfully going public, tech investors believe that a bonanza of initial public offerings is finally about to arrive.

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Before setting himself on fire in a Brooklyn park, David S. Buckel sent an email to a man he had mentored, one clue among several as friends and family tried to make sense of the act.

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By: BENJAMIN WEISER and BEN...

The office of the United States attorney for the Southern District, which is overseeing the Michael Cohen investigation, is known for nonpartisanship.

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By: MARK R. RANK

For each dollar spent on reducing childhood poverty, the United States would save at least $7, research shows.

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By: DAVID LEONHARDT

The budget numbers of the past four decades reveal a clear pattern. But many journalists and experts are afraid to acknowledge it.

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By: ROSS DOUTHAT

Neither a visionary nor a fanatic, the speaker simply followed his party too faithfully for too long.

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By: CHARLES M. BLOW

Forgive me if I don’t rise in applause simply because Comey’s revelations are agitating Trump.

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By: JACOB BERNSTEIN

The classic French brand wants to prove it isn’t as uptight as everyone thinks. Time to boogie?

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By: RICHARD SANDOMIR

Ms. Ayres had little patience for people seeking the meaning of her bold, colorful works. “I wish they’d just look. It’s visual.”

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By: KELVIN YU

Contrary to what Roseanne told Dan, maybe we’re not all caught up, says network sitcom writer Kelvin Yu.

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By: DAVID TANIS

In this take on banh mi, miniature pan-fried crab cakes stand in for the traditional pâté, thinly sliced ham and roasted pork.

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By: DANNY HAKIM

Maurice R. Greenberg wants to curb the Martin Act, the regulation that led to his ouster at A.I.G., as well as other state securities rules.

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By: JACEY FORTIN

An egg farm in Hyde County, N.C., is the likely source of a salmonella outbreak that has sickened 22 people. Eggs from the farm may have reached nine states, officials said.

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By: JEWLY HIGHT

T.J. and John Osborne once faced opposition swimming against the “bro country” tide. Now their brand of rock-oriented country is finding a wider audience.

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By: BEN STUBBS

“Yes, there is still radiation here,” Australia’s only nuclear tour guide says of Maralinga, where the Australian and British governments dropped seven bombs between 1956 and 1963.

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By: JOHN ELIGON

A fight is brewing in Kansas City over whether choosing a boulevard on the mainly black East Side to name for Martin Luther King Jr. would honor his legacy or reinforce the segregation he fought.

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By: BEN HUBBARD

The strikes were calibrated to keep the West from being dragged further into war. That left Assad in power and Syria in its painful status quo.

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By: CHRISTINA CARON

President Trump on Sunday delivered a series of scathing tweets ahead of the former F.B.I. director James Comey’s appearance on ABC News.

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Trump showed that he will enforce his "red line," Sarah Sanders said.

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The former FBI director opens up about his personal feelings toward Trump.

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President Donald Trump issued a barrage of tweets Sunday, slamming James Comey.

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James Comey is breaking his silence and describing his interactions with President Donald Trump before he was abruptly fired last year.

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Trump tweeted "Mission accomplished' after a missile attack on Syria by the U.S. and allies.

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Many question whether the Syrians would have seen a missile coming that is undetectable to radar and if the U.S. actually hit empty bunkers.

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By: Bloomberg

According to United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley.

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By: Rob Arcand

Jack White was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live April 14, and in the wake of his new album, Boarding House Reach, the songwriter performed...

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The U.S. says a hundred missiles launched from ships and planes all hit their mark, crippling Syria's chemical weapons program.

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Senate Intelligence Committee member Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, is interviewed on "This Week."

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By: PETER BAKER

Nikki Haley, the ambassador to the United Nations, said Russian companies that have supported Syria’s chemical weapons will be targeted on Monday.

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By: PETER BAKER

Mrs. Bush, 92, the popular wife and mother of presidents, “will instead focus on comfort care,” according to a statement.

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A family spokesman says former first lady Barbara Bush is in "failing health" and won't seek additional medical treatment

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Fortune
By: Alana Abramson

She will not seek further medical treatment.

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Former First Lady Barbara Bush is in failing health, according to a family spokesman.

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By: CHARLES McDERMID

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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The president called the fired FBI chief a "slime ball" in response to claims made by the former FBI director in his new book.

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Senate Intelligence Committee member Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, is interviewed on "This Week."

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James Comey is breaking his long silence and describing his interactions with President Donald Trump before he was abruptly fired last year.

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By: JACEY FORTIN

President Trump is on the attack ahead of James B. Comey’s interview on ABC on Sunday night. Here are highlights of The New York Times’s coverage of their confrontation.

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The U.S. says a hundred missiles launched from ships and planes all hit their mark, crippling Syria's chemical weapons program.

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Trump showed that he will enforce his "red line," Sarah Sanders said.

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By: THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN

Iran’s elite Quds Force is trying to use Syria as a base to pressure Israel. Israel is not going to stand for it.

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By: ANN CARRNS

The average property tax bill was up 3 percent in 2017, a new report says. And with the new tax law, experts are expecting more homeowners to fight back.

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The New York Times asked a handful of interested parties how to restore the luster of New York basketball. And get it started in Brooklyn.

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By: VINCENT M. MALLOZZI

Mr. Schirripa plays an investigator on the TV series “Blue Bloods,” but he still gets recognized from “The Sopranos” when he takes long walks around Battery Park City.

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A young, Harvard-educated tech entrepreneur goes before Congress and gets a grilling about his company’s business practices. Sound familiar?

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By: MILAN SCHREUER

A proposal to allow recruits to the country’s armed forces to avoid staying in barracks during basic training drew scorn from veterans and military experts.

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By: ED O’LOUGHLIN

The men who walked free in Belfast lost playing contracts, but the woman who accused them, along with her supporters, has been the target of vitriol.

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By: MATT STEVENS

A video of two African-American men being arrested in a Philadelphia Starbucks for suspicion of trespassing drew quick outrage. The company’s chief executive called it “reprehensible.”

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By: Chris Matyszczyk

A video shows two black men being arrested at a Starbucks for apparently no good reason. Then Twitter erupts.

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By: David Z. Morris

Kevin Johnson says he plans to personally apologize.

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Starbucks Corp. is facing pressure following the arrest Thursday of two black men at one of its locations in Philadelphia.

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By: SOPAN DEB

Hosted by the former “Saturday Night Live” writer John Mulaney, this week’s episode put President Trump’s longtime lawyer in its comedic cross hairs.

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The two actors even had a callback to their roles in "Meet the Parents."

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By: ROBERT PEAR

Health officials complain that pharmaceutical companies refuse to share samples needed to develop affordable generic versions of brand-name medicines.

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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris

Trump may lose more of his media allies ahead of November midterms.

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By: DAVID M. HALBFINGER

Some accuse the militant Islamic group of hijacking the campaign in Gaza to serve its own purpose.

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Billboard
By: Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya

This week's Saturday Night Live cold open had two major cameos, with Ben Stiller playing President Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen...

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Onlookers asked police if the men were targeted because they were black.

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Starbucks Corp. issued an apology following the arrest of two black men at a Starbucks store in Philadelphia and said it would launch an investigation into the incident.

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By: JON CARAMANICA

In a performance that reinvented the festival set, the pop star commanded the stage for nearly two hours, teaching history and sweating the details.

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Terry Carter

Destiny's Child reunited during Beyoncé's epic two-hour set at the Coachella Music Festival this year, and our '90s-loving hearts collectively lost it. Original members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams appeared on stage to perform their classic...

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Billboard
By: Hilary Hughes

Beyonce's first incredible headlining set at Coachella has come and gone, but thankfully we've got plenty of photos and videos to keep us...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Karenna Meredith

This is Beyoncé's world, galaxy, universe . . . we're just living in it. The 36-year-old singer proved once again, with her incredible Coachella performance, that her talents are truly unmatched. Break out fan-favorite classics and her popular...

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By: Quinn Keaney

Isn't it crazy how Coachella will be known as Beychella from now on? That's how iconic Beyoncé's Coachella performance was on Saturday night. As a towering, writhing pyramid of dancers and musicians got their lives on stadium bleachers behind her,...

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By: Terry Carter

Adele is a certified card-carrying member of the BeyHive! The "Hello" singer shared videos of herself jamming out to Beyoncé's electrifying two-hour set at Coachella on Saturday, and let's just say we could definitely relate. Whether you were in...

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Billboard
By: Hilary Hughes

Beyoncé's career-spanning, historic set at Coachella on Saturday night (April 14) had thousands of people dancing to her greatest hits --...

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Fortune
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Jay-Z and Destiny's Child also joined her.

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Britt Stephens

Beyoncé commanded the stage with an incredible performance at Coachella on Saturday night, dazzling the crowd with a bevy of hits including "Formation," "Sorry," "Crazy in Love," and "Drunk in Love." We're still reeling from the ferocity, to be...

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By: Britt Stephens

Beyoncé turned Coachella upside down on Saturday night as she took the stage in Indio, CA. The singer and mother of three electrified the crowd with massive hits like "Sorry," "Freedom," "Drunk in Love" and "***Flawless," plus some older classics...

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Billboard
By: Hilary Hughes

Beyoncé added one epic cape and a number of iconic looks to her wardrobe with her Coachella headlining set on Saturday night (April 14), ...

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Billboard
By: Hilary Hughes

Beyoncé and Solange delivered one of Coachella's best surprises yet when the younger Knowles came out to dance with her big sister during her...

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In the queer capital of South Africa, young men are defining themselves through dress.

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By: JENNIFER STEINHAUER

“Female senators are like blue grosbeaks — not exactly rare birds but unusual enough to engender interest.”

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By: JESSE McKINLEY

The vote to back Ms. Nixon marks a big moment in her nascent campaign and a deepening philosophical and political fissure in New York’s liberal electorate.

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Assailants killed at least 26 security officers at checkpoints in four provinces, while separate strikes saw educational archives and labs set ablaze.

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By: CHIKA OKEKE-AGULU

The country will get to brag about a globally recognized landmark by a top architect.

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By: SAM LOEWENBERG

The war-torn country is becoming a breeding ground for drug-resistant diseases.

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By: THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Predatory lending and discriminatory federal housing policy have denied African Americans the chance to reap the rewards of homeownership.

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Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.

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By: NIRAJ CHOKSHI

Nine minutes of newly found footage, restored from an aging film reel that was revealed publicly this weekend, shows the aftermath of the earthquake that devastated San Francisco in 1906.

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By: RAYMOND ZHONG

Bytedance, founded six years ago, is now one of the world’s most valuable tech start-ups. But it keeps finding ways to displease Chinese censors.

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By: PALKO KARASZ and YONETTE ...

Officials in the Netherlands removed musical strips painted on a highway after people living nearby said they couldn’t sleep.

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By: JIM ROBBINS

Viruses shape the ecology of the planet, but scientists still have only a rudimentary understanding of the microbial impacts on animals, plants and ecosystems.

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By: YOSSY AREFI

Lemon olive oil ice cream, made with winter citrus, is a reminder of warmer times even as a chill hangs in the air.

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By: MARINA HARSS

Mr. Lubovitch, who’s been a choreographer for 50 years, talks about his work and learning from the best: Graham, Limón and the stage of a nightclub.

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By: MELISSA CLARK

Ruth Rogers of River Café in London finds peace in a spinach and taleggio risotto.

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By: MAUD CASEY

The Lost & Found at Kennedy Airport is the last, best hope for travelers missing their iPads, meaningful snapshots and many, many wedding rings.

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By: JOE COCHRANE

Followers of traditional beliefs are often treated as outcasts, but adherents hope a court ruling will end discrimination against those who practice a faith outside Indonesia’s six official religions.

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By: ELIZABETH A. HARRIS

Richard A. Carranza has taken few positions during his first days on the job, but he said that students should take the exams that start Wednesday.

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By: DANIEL POLITI

If an abortion rights bill passes in Argentina amid a surge of feminist activism, it would be a milestone in a region where strict abortion laws are the norm.