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Critics: it turned “childish” to use the White House’s voicemail to take jabs at Senate Democrats.

Critics: it turned “childish” to use the White House’s voicemail to take jabs at Senate Democrats.

The Trump administration tried its best to make it clear that it was not responsible for the recent two-day government shutdown, but critics said it turned “childish” when it decided ...

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Ex-Sheriff Clarke did not violate man’s free speech

Ex-Sheriff Clarke did not violate man’s free speech

Former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke did not violate a man’s free speech with taunting Facebook posts after detaining him at an airport last year for shaking his head at ...

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Winners and losers from the government reopening

Winners and losers from the government reopening

The federal government is on a glide path to reopening Tuesday after Senate Democrats largely joined their Republican colleagues to vote for a proposal that will fund the government through ...

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China blasts Trump’s tariffs on solar panels and washing machines

China blasts Trump’s tariffs on solar panels and washing machines

China is upset over President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on U.S. imports of solar panels and washing machines. The Chinese Commerce Ministry on Tuesday expressed “strong dissatisfaction” over the ...

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Trump mocks Indian prime minister’s accent

Buried in a story published Sunday about a plan that could increase the number of troops in Afghanistan by 1,000, the Washington Post reported an eyebrow-raising anecdote about the president of the ...

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Puerto Rico moves to privatize troubled power company

Puerto Rico moves to privatize troubled power company

Puerto Rico’s governor announced Monday that he is moving to privatize the U.S. territory’s public power company after its slow, troubled recovery from Hurricane Maria focused new attention on longstanding ...

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Jury selected in police corruption trial in Baltimore

Jury selected in police corruption trial in Baltimore

Twelve jurors and four alternates have been selected in the trial of two officers charged in one of the largest scandals in the Baltimore police department’s history. The jury was ...

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Melania will no longer join Trump on trip to Davos

Melania will no longer join Trump on trip to Davos

First lady Melania Trump will no longer join President Trump on his trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The first lady’s spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham told that Melania will skip the trip over ...

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U.S. to sell F-35 fighter jets to Belgium

U.S. to sell F-35 fighter jets to Belgium

The State Department plans to sell 34 F-35A Joint Strike Fighter jets to Belgium for a possible $6.53 billion, the department told Congress on Friday. The proposed foreign military sale includes the ...

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US is willing to work with Turkey to address its “legitimate” security concerns in northern Syria

US is willing to work with Turkey to address its “legitimate” security concerns in northern Syria

The US is willing to work with Turkey to address its “legitimate” security concerns in northern Syria, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said. He was speaking after Turkey’s military ...

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