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Mar-a-Lago’s new winter season: The Red Cross Ball is out, and ‘Trumpettes USA’ are in
This week, when the president returns to his Palm Beach club for the first time since April, he will confront a changed social scene. Once a retreat from politics, Mar-a-Lago is now a place defined by political divisions.


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A sign of hope from Argentina’s missing sub: Seven mysterious signals
Government officials were trying to determine whether the signals sent Saturday could be used to pinpoint the vessel, which stopped communicating Wednesday with 44 people on board. The U.S. Navy is sending vehicles that can conduct underwater rescues.


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World leaders are bypassing the nation’s capital for blue states
Foreign officials are still adapting to the Trump White House. Some nations are finding that even if they are frustrated by President Trump’s Washington, they can still prosper from robust relations with California and a constellation of like-minded U.S. cities, some of which are bigger than European countries.



President Mugabe is given deadline to resign or face impeachment
Zimbabwe’s ruling party, ZANU-PF, dismissed the embattled Robert Mugabe as its leader and also pressured the man who has been president for nearly four decades to resign by noon Monday.


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In defending Roy Moore, Alabama GOP reflects state’s tradition of defiance
That rebellious spirit has been apparent in recent days as top state GOP officials have closed ranks around the Republican Senate hopeful amid a stream of allegations of sexual misconduct and calls by national party leaders for him to step aside.
























‘Saturday Night Live’ goes after former cast member Al Franken, briefly
The senator apologized for groping a woman earlier in the week. Surely, some thought, the show would have found a way to savage the former star by Saturday.


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They fled North Korea for a better life. Here are their stories of struggle under Kim Jong Un.
In six months of interviews in South Korea and Thailand, The Washington Post talked with more than 25 North Koreans from different walks of life who escaped the brutal regime of the “Great Successor.”


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News quiz: A big spender, a powerful earthquake and more
This week, we have questions about Zimbabwe, Donald Trump Jr.’s exchanges with WikiLeaks and more. The faster you correctly answer, the higher you can score.


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Few dishes reflect our diversity better than stuffing (or dressing)
Americans can’t even agree on a name or preparation: Some call it stuffing and bake it inside the turkey (except when they don’t). Others call it dressing and bake it in a casserole (except when they don’t).


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