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Steve Bannon doesn’t plan to testify before Congress despite subpoena

Steve Bannon doesn’t plan to testify before Congress despite subpoena

Former White House adviser Steve Bannon reportedly does not intend to testify before the House Intelligence committee, risking being held in contempt for refusing a subpoena to appear. The committee issued a ...

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Pentagon labels Taiwan as part of China

Pentagon labels Taiwan as part of China

The US Defense Department was forced to correct several mistakes in its Nuclear Posture Review after an initial version of the report released last week labeled Taiwan as part of ...

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NY Times: Trump’s lawyers ask him not to accept an interview in Russia inquiry

NY Times: Trump’s lawyers ask him not to accept an interview in Russia inquiry

Lawyers for President Trump have advised him against sitting down for a wide-ranging interview with the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, according to four people briefed on the matter, ...

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WH moves to distance Trump from market plunge

WH moves to distance Trump from market plunge

It was supposed to be a chance for President Donald Trump to sell the economic benefits of Republicans’ overhaul of the country’s tax code to the voters who will help ...

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Trump’ son refers to Dems as ‘left of commie’

Trump’ son refers to Dems as ‘left of commie’

Donald Trump Jr. in a recent interview referred to Democrats as “left of commie,” accusing them of not being “reasonable.” “The problem is rather than being reasonable and coming to the ...

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U.S. stock plunge sparks global sell-off

U.S. stock plunge sparks global sell-off

US stocks suffered their worst falls in more than six years on Monday in a sell-off sparked by concerns of higher interest rates. The Dow Jones Industrial Average index tumbled ...

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US can expect active weather pattern this week

US can expect active weather pattern this week

An active weather pattern will continues for a large part of U.S., from the Rockies into the Deep South and the East Coast this week. Storms are lined up in ...

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House Speaker Paul Ryan under fire for deleted tweet on GOP tax cuts

House Speaker Paul Ryan under fire for deleted tweet on GOP tax cuts

House Speaker Paul Ryan’s personal account Saturday deleted a tweet intended to promote the benefits of the GOP’s tax cuts following a flood of mockery on social media. Ryan’s account ...

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Report: Cold snap killed 35 manatees in Florida in January

Report: Cold snap killed 35 manatees in Florida in January

A report says 35 manatees across Florida have died as a result of cold stress syndrome in January. The Bradenton Herald reports the deaths between Jan. 1 and Jan. 26 ...

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Tillerson says U.S. is considering sanctions on Venezuela oil

Tillerson says U.S. is considering sanctions on Venezuela oil

The United States is considering imposing sanctions on Venezuela that could cripple its oil industry and is probing whether the plan would be supported in the region, Secretary of State ...

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