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Wednesday headlines: This is not the President you’re looking for.

CNN obtains the tape where Trump and Cohen discuss a payoff for Karen McDougal.

One of the big unanswered questions about the tape: What is “the Charleston thing?”

Trump pulls an Obi-Wan, tells a rally in Kansas City, "What you are seeing and what you are reading is not what’s happening."

Japan's deadly heatwave has become a natural disaster, closely following torrential flooding and landslides.

Dozens of people have been killed as Greece suffers its worst wildfires in more than a decade.

We still can't effectively recycle lithium batteries. It may be the biggest long-term barrier to electric vehicles.

Sen. Leahy and other Democrats are refusing to meet with Kavanaugh until they get access to his total body of work.

On the hunt with ICE’s “Human Rights Violators and War Crimes Unit.”

In 1975, only a quarter of 25 to 34-year-old men made less than $30K per year. That number rose to 41% in 2016.

"History doesn't repeat itself but it often rhymes." Today's inequality is analogous to unemployment in the 1930s.

Some facts from the early history of abortion in America.

Fake news travels fast on WhatsApp. At least two dozen people have been killed in mob lynchings in India this year.

Facebook may no longer give its employees free lunches because a local law says it’s hurting nearby restaurants.

RIP, Jonathan Gold, the first food critic to win a Pulitzer. What will Southern California do now?

Customers sue Juul for getting them hooked on vaping, alleging its pods contain more nicotine than necessary.

A ride-share driver with an additional side gig: live-streaming his trips without his passengers' consent.

In the site-specific work of installation artist Karin van der Molen, chairs pour out from Europe's aging villas.

New works from a "future world" by Taipei artist Chang Teng-Yuan.

“The shape of her head, her silhouette, her walk, everything is perfect.” Photos from the life of Jean Seberg.