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WASHINGTON (AP) — An associate of Rudy Giuliani who is charged with federal campaign finance violations is willing to cooperate with Congress in its impeachment inquiry. That's according to an attorney for Lev Parnas. Parnas and Igor Fruman were arrested last month on charges that they used foreign money to make illegal campaign contributions. The lawyer, Joseph Bondy, says Parnas is prepared to comply with a subpoena from impeachment investigators and will turn over documents.

BEIRUT (AP) — Turkey says it has gained an intelligence "gold mine" with the capture of the older sister of slain Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. A Turkish official says 65-year-old Rasmiya Awad was captured in a raid Monday on a trailer container she was living in with her family near the northeastern Syrian town of Azaz. Little is known about her but the official says she is suspected of being affiliated with the extremist group.

MONTREAL (AP) — In a country that touts its turquoise lakes, sparkling springs and rushing rivers, there are no national mandates to test drinking water for lead. An investigation by a consortium of Canadian journalists and The Associated Press found that tap water in some cities is worse than Flint, Michigan, at the peak of its crisis. A review of more than 43,000 tap samples shows 40 percent of those samples exceeded Canada's federal guidelines for lead.

NEW YORK (AP) — A court filing says President Donald Trump's phone records show a call to a former "Apprentice" contestant on a day when she says he subjected her to unwanted kissing and groping. Records filed in Summer Zervos' suit and obtained by The AP indicate Zervos got a call from Trump's phone on Dec. 21, 2007, when she says he invited her to a dinner that spiraled into sexual assault. Trump lawyer Marc Kasowitz said Monday Zervos' claims "are entirely meritless and not corroborated by any documents."

HONG KONG (AP) — A senior Hong Kong official says Chinese President Xi Jinping's surprise meeting with the territory's leader, Carrie Lam, is a "vote of confidence" in her government's ability to tackle five months of anti-government protests. Xi met Lam on the sidelines of a trade event in Shanghai amid signals from China's central government that it may tighten its grip on Hong Kong.

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