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Trump defends FBI 'spying' claims amid outrage

Democrats not invited to review election probe files

Two Republican lawmakers, and no Democrats, are expected to attend a meeting scheduled for Thursday to review classified information relating to Trump's suggestion the FBI might have used an informant to gather information on his 2016 election campaign, the White House said.

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Venezuela expels U.S. envoys in response to sanctions

President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday ordered the expulsion of two top U.S. diplomats in Caracas in retaliation for a new round of sanctions over Venezuela's widely-condemned election, accusing them of a 'conspiracy' that was denied by the State Department.

Workers hit McDonald's with new sexual harassment claims

Ten women who work at McDonald's restaurants in Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles and six other cities have filed sexual harassment complaints in the past few days with the federal government against the company and its franchisees, which they said ignored or retaliated against them for such complaints.

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