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Monday Sunrise Briefs: Brexit churns, U.S. troops don't go home

Breaking up is hard to do.

The British parliament Saturday forced Prime Minister Boris Johnson to, er, sort of, ask the European Union for a three-month extension on the Oct. 31 Brexit deadline. But Mr. Johnson says he still wants out by month’s end. He may try to force another yes or no vote from Parliament as soon as Monday. Expect another week of political maneuvering with everything from a call for another Brexit referendum to a “crash

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