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Trump to seek 'major investigation' into voter fraud

US president claims as many as five million people voted illegally in November poll, in which he lost the popular vote.

Donald Trump

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Torrential rains leave hundreds stranded in Chile

Around 350 Chileans have been cut off following a spell of intense rainfall which caused floods and mudslides.

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Trump to put limits on refugees, immigration

US president also reiterates he will build Mexico wall as he moves to fulfill some of his most controversial pledges.

Donald Trump

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Environment agency 'faces media blackout' under Trump

EPA staff banned from releasing press statements, blog updates and social media posts, Associated Press reports.

Donald Trump

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Oscar nominations more diverse after #OscarsSoWhite row

Seven of 20 actors nominated for an Academy Award are not white, compared to previous years which had no representation.

Ava DuVernay

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Trump's secretary of state and CIA picks clear hurdles

Rex Tillerson's nomination as Secretary of State advances and Senate confirms Mike Pompeo as CIA chief.

Mike Pompeo, Rex Tillerson

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Trump 'to clear' Keystone XL, Dakota Access pipelines

Two controversial projects that were rejected by Obama will go ahead with Trump's approval, Bloomberg media reports.

Donald Trump

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US: Deadly tornadoes hit Georgia and Mississippi

President Donald Trump pledges help as state of emergency is declared in some areas due to severe weather.

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Donald Trump denies CIA feud over election 'hacking'

US President Donald Trump denies feuding with CIA over claims Russia hacked the election as he vows full support.

Donald Trump

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Tornado leaves four dead in Mississippi

Damaging storms rip through the southeastern US and further storms are expected.

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