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Some children born overseas to certain US troops may not automatically have American citizenship, Trump administration says

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Previously, children born to US citizens were considered to be "residing in the United States" and would be automatically given citizenship.

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Some children born overseas to certain US troops may not automatically have American citizenship, Trump administration says

Some children born overseas to certain US troops may not automatically have American citizenship, Trump administration says

Previously, children born to US citizens were considered to be "residing in the United States" and would be automatically given citizenship.

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Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson quits amid fury over Boris Johnson's plan to suspend parliament

Davidson announced her resignation on Thursday in a major blow to the Conservative party.

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Peloton, the fitness startup with a cultlike following, could go public at an $8 billion valuation. Insiders reveal why its business seems set to explode.

Business has been booming for the smart-fitness-equipment maker — as has its valuation. And investors and analysts are optimistic about its future.

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Nearly 3,000 truck drivers have lost their jobs in 2019 as the transportation 'bloodbath' unfolds. Here's the full list of bankrupt trucking companies.

The trucking industry is struggling in 2019 — especially for truck drivers who own or work at small businesses.

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'Shark Tank' judge Kevin O'Leary involved in Ontario boating crash that left 2 dead

O'Leary confirmed that he was involved in the crash in a statement to TMZ, which broke the story Tuesday.

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Here’s exactly what it takes to get into Wharton’s MBA program, according to 6 grads and a Wharton admissions expert

To get into Wharton for an MBA, do some research beyond just the classes and alumni, say these experts — and get to know the culture of the school.

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Stocks are surging after China signals trade talks with the US could be back on

China would prefer to settle the issue and avoid further escalation of the trade war, its Commerce Ministry said.

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MSNBC's O'Donnell said he 'shouldn't have reported' his on-air claim that Trump has loans with Deutsche Bank backed by 'Russian billionaires close to Vladimir Putin'

MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell did not say he'd been able to corroborate the source's claim. He has since said he "shouldn't have reported it."

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A sleek black yacht that just launched is now the world's largest superyacht. Take a look at the 600-foot vessel owned by a Norwegian billionaire.

The 600-foot-long REV Ocean, owned by a Norwegian billionaire, is designed to be a scientific research vessel and set to be completed in 2020.

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10 qualities the most authentic and truly successful people share, according to a psychologist

Truly successful and authentic people approach life and success with a different mindset, knowing who they are and where they want to be.

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