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Erdogan to Turkey: The West Is Waging β€˜Economic War’

By CARLOTTA GALL

Turkey’s president turns American actions against Turkey to his advantage, appealing to national pride and deflecting responsibility for the lira’s collapse.

Embracing Conspiracy Theory, Trump Escalates Attack on Bruce Ohr

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR, KATIE BENNER and NICHOLAS FANDOS

President Trump threatened to revoke “very soon” the security clearance of the little-known Justice Department official, who has been accused of having helped start the Russia investigation.

Ukrainian rights activist claims Poland banned her from Schengen zone

By Beatriz Rios

A Ukrainian human rights activist claimed on Thursday (16 August) that Warsaw had banned her from Poland and the rest of the Schengen zone in what she called "a political affair".

Little-Known Justice Dept. Official Makes Trump’s Security Clearance List

By KATIE BENNER

Critics said the inclusion of Bruce Ohr on the list of those whose clearances were revoked or under review was an abuse of presidential power and an intrusion on the independence of law enforcement.

Trump Claims Power to Bypass Limits Set by Congress in Defense Bill

By CHARLIE SAVAGE

In the latest example of his broad vision of executive power, President Trump used a signing statement to challenge dozens of provisions, including limits on Russia and North Korea.

In Ferguson, a New Prosecutor β€˜Gives Us Hope’ 4 Years After Shooting

By FARAH STOCKMAN

On Tuesday, Wesley Bell defeated the longtime St. Louis County prosecutor who declined to charge the police officer who shot Michael Brown.

Poland’s Most Powerful Man Isn’t Well. Questions Are Swirling.

By MARC SANTORA and JOANNA BERENDT

Jaroslaw Kaczynski has led his country’s rightward, nationalist drift. Now rumors about his health have set off a power struggle.

Trump’s Lawyers Counter Mueller’s Interview Offer, Seeking a Narrower Scope

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and MAGGIE HABERMAN

Negotiations between the president’s lawyers and the special counsel over whether Mr. Trump will voluntarily answer questions have dragged on for months.

Top Trump Campaign Aides Are Portrayed as Corrupt at Manafort Trial

By SHARON LaFRANIERE and KENNETH P. VOGEL

The prosecution’s star witness, Rick Gates, detailed a yearslong fraud by Paul Manafort. Defense lawyers assailed Mr. Gates’s credibility, pointing to thefts, lies and an extramarital affair.

Can a Criminal Justice Advocate Unseat Ferguson’s Lead Prosecutor? Wesley Bell Will Try

By ASTEAD W. HERNDON

On Tuesday, voters in St. Louis County will choose between Robert McCulloch, who was sharply criticized for his handling of the Michael Brown shooting, and Mr. Bell, a reform-minded challenger.

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