Sessions won't say if Assange charges could lead to prosecution of journalists
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday declined to say whether the Justice Department's decision to prepare charges against Julian Assange of WikiLeaks would open the door to such action against U.S. news organizations like The New York Times and CNN.
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Venezuela denies seizing GM plant
Venezuela says it has not seized a General Motors plant in the country for state use.
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