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Stay, leave, or scale back? Trump plans to announce his decision on the Paris Accord today

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Trump says he'll announce his Paris Accord decision today President Trump is expected to pull the United States from the Paris climate accord Michael Flynn and Trump's personal lawyer among seven subpoenaed in Russia investigation Why Trump might be too optimistic aboutChina's'handling' of North Korea's missile tests Michael Flynn and Trump's personal lawyer among seven subpoenaed in Russia investigation Why Trump might be too optimistic aboutChina's'handling' of North Korea's missile tests Stay, leave, or scale back? President Trump plans to bring weeks of indecision over climate change policy to a close this afternoon, announcing if he will withdraw the U.S. from the international agreement on climate change reached in Paris in 2015. Here's what you need to know ahead of today's announcement: The choice for Trump appears to be whether to quit the treaty entirely or stay with it but significantly scale back the U.S. commitment to combat global warming. The debate has split Trump's advisors for months. He has also been heavily lobbied by other leaders, from the pope to California Gov. Jerry Brown, who weighed in Wednesday in an interview.


Watch live: Press briefing with Press Secretary Sean Spicer and EPA chief Scott Pruitt

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Trump pulls U.S. out of Paris climate change accord President Trump pulls the United States out of the Paris climate change accord Michael Flynn and Trump's personal lawyer are among seven subpoenaed in Russia investigation Why Trump might be too optimistic about China's'handling' of North Korea's missile tests Michael Flynn and Trump's personal lawyer are among seven subpoenaed in Russia investigation Why Trump might be too optimistic about China's'handling' of North Korea's missile tests


Watch live: White House news briefing with Sarah Sanders, principal deputy press secretary

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President Trump pulls the United States out of the Paris climate change accord Michael Flynn and Trump's personal lawyer are among seven subpoenaed in Russia investigation Why Trump might be too optimistic about China's'handling' of North Korea's missile tests Michael Flynn and Trump's personal lawyer are among seven subpoenaed in Russia investigation Why Trump might be too optimistic about China's'handling' of North Korea's missile tests


Special counsel investigation includes Manafort case, may expand to attorney general

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Trump pulls U.S. out of Paris climate change accord President Trump pulls the United States out of the Paris climate change accord Michael Flynn and Trump's personal lawyer are among seven subpoenaed in Russia investigation Why Trump might be too optimistic about China's'handling' of North Korea's missile tests Michael Flynn and Trump's personal lawyer are among seven subpoenaed in Russia investigation Why Trump might be too optimistic about China's'handling' of North Korea's missile tests The Associated Press has learned that the special counsel running the U.S. investigation into possible ties between President Trump's campaign and Russia's government has assumed oversight of an ongoing investigation involving former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. The investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller may also expand to look into the roles of Atty. The Justice Department's criminal investigation into Manafort, who was forced to resign in August amid questions over his past business dealings in Ukraine, predated the election and the counterintelligence probe investigating possible collusion between Moscow and associates of Trump. The move to consolidate the matters indicates that Mueller is assuming a broad mandate in his new role.


NATO chief says terrorists lose if people live the lives they want

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President Trump pulls the United States out of the Paris climate change accord Michael Flynn and Trump's personal lawyer are among seven subpoenaed in Russia investigation Why Trump might be too optimistic about China's'handling' of North Korea's missile tests Michael Flynn and Trump's personal lawyer are among seven subpoenaed in Russia investigation Why Trump might be too optimistic about China's'handling' of North Korea's missile tests NATO Secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg, who was Norway's prime minister during a mass shooting there in 2011, said Sunday that the terrorist attack in London was an assault on open, free societies. "The terrorists, they want to change the way we live," he said on CBS' "Face the Nation." "They want to attack our open, free societies." He urged people to "continue to live the lives we want to live, because then the terrorists will lose." Stoltenberg said the London attack underscored the importance of using many tools against terrorism: fighting the ideology of extremism, taking political and diplomatic steps, and using the military, as is occurring in Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere.