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Spain's new leader takes aim at corruption, austerity

Jun 1, 2018

Spain's new socialist prime minister is promising to attack the corruption that helped bring down the outgoing conservative government and says he will help people affected by years of public spending cuts under his predecessor

California's 'jungle primary' sets off party scrambling

Jun 1, 2018

California's "jungle primary" is setting off a scramble by both parties to ensure they're not left behind in Tuesday's contests

Spain finds its comeback kid in new leader Pedro Sanchez

Jun 1, 2018

Less than two years ago, the man poised to become Spain's new prime minister was staring at the premature end of an unremarkable political career

The Latest: Spain parties bargain before no-confidence vote

May 31, 2018

Spain's anti-establishment Podemos party is proposing that Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez form an alliance to win the next general election and for a coalition of left-wing and nationalist forces to govern until then

Correction: XGR-Medicaid Expansion story

May 31, 2018

Correction: XGR-Medicaid Expansion story

Croatia's far right pushes for vote to curb minority rights

May 31, 2018

A far right civic group campaigning for a change of the Croatian election laws says it has collected enough signatures to call a referendum that could curb the rights of ethnic minorities

Florida officials make few changes for upcoming storm season

May 31, 2018

Florida officials make few changes going into another possible hectic hurricane season

The Latest: Virginia House approves Medicaid expansion

May 31, 2018

Ending years of gridlock on issue, Virginia lawmakers pass state budget expanding Medicaid coverage to the state's poor

Michigan commits $50M to building second large Soo Lock

May 30, 2018

Gov. Rick Snyder and legislative leaders say they have agreed to commit $50 million to fund the construction of a second large lock at Sault Ste

Video raises doubts about student's death in Bolivia protest

May 29, 2018

A surveillance camera video in Bolivia appears to contradict police claims about the death of a demonstrator that has prompted large protests against the government of President Evo Morales

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