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Trump son-in-law Kushner: 'I did not collude' with Russia

Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and a senior White House adviser, said on Monday he "did not collude" with Russia and had roughly four meetings with Russian officials during the 2016 campaign and presidential transition

Embassy shooting in Jordan complicates shrine crisis

A deadly shooting at Israel's Embassy in Jordan further complicated Israeli government efforts on Monday to find a way out of an escalating crisis over a major Jerusalem shrine, including mass Muslim prayer protests and Israeli-Palestinian violence

Why be a buyer of Saudi Aramco IPO

Like cats transfixed by a pigeon, the world’s bankers are quivering in anticipation of next year’s initial public offering by Saudi Aramco, the state oil group.

Pizza brands battle for Russian far-flung regions

Global pizza brands Domino’s and Papa John’s are preparing an assault on Russia’s provinces, betting they can turn a profit far from Moscow as online card payments become more widespread and consumers get to know foreign brands better.

Barca denials don’t stop Neymar talk

Denials from Barcelona are doing little to halt the fervor that Brazil star Neymar could be joining Paris Saint-Germain in a transfer that more than doubles the world record.

Barca denials don’t stop Neymar talk

Denials from Barcelona are doing little to halt the fervor that Brazil star Neymar could be joining Paris Saint-Germain in a transfer that more than doubles the world record.

Roddick reflects on career

International tennis Hall of Fame inductee Andy Roddick said Saturday he was honored to have played in the era of the Big Four, but also acknowledged that they caused him no end of frustration in his career.

N.Y. museum honors Muppetmeister Jim Henson

Jim Henson, the relentless innovator who gave the world Kermit the Frog and “The Muppet Show,” is getting a permanent tribute in New York, nearly 30 years after his death.

Taste of the Tour: Food and drink gems

For three weeks, as the Tour de France riders did their thing, a team of Associated Press journalists who followed them valiantly ate and drank their way through the gastronomic offerings along the 3,540-kilometer route.

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