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Here's the latest for Wednesday, November 7th: Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigns; Trump warns Democrats about investigations; Girl Scouts sues Boy Scouts; Samsung previews foldable smart phone. (Nov. 7) -- The Associated Press

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