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Why William Barr must promise to make the Mueller report public

Why William Barr must promise to make the Mueller report public

“Is the president of the United States a Russian asset?” It’s a question that could only have been the stuff of spy novels – at least, before this weekend’s explosive ...

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Black student sues after allegedly told she was ‘too dark’ for dance team

Black student sues after allegedly told she was ‘too dark’ for dance team

An African-American student in Kansas who was allegedly told she was “too dark” to perform on the high school dance team has filed a racial discrimination suit against the school ...

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Pelosi: Trump ‘very silent’ on postponing State of Union

Pelosi: Trump ‘very silent’ on postponing State of Union

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Thursday said she’s heard nothing from the White House in response to her request to postpone President Trump’s Jan. 29 State of the Union address ...

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Cardi B expresses solidarity with federal workers not getting paid

Cardi B expresses solidarity with federal workers not getting paid

Cardi B released a video Wednesday sharply criticizing President Trump over the ongoing government shutdown and for his order this week summoning some federal workers back to work without pay. ...

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4 Americans killed, 3 injured in bomb blast claimed by ISIS in northern Syria

4 Americans killed, 3 injured in bomb blast claimed by ISIS in northern Syria

Four Americans, including two service members, one Department of Defense civilian, and one contractor, were killed in a bomb blast in Syria, the U.S. military confirmed Wednesday, in the deadliest ...

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Ocasio-Cortez rips Trump in first House floor speech

Ocasio-Cortez rips Trump in first House floor speech

Democratic rising star Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.) gave her first House floor speech on Wednesday, delivering a rebuke of President Trump over the ongoing partial government shutdown. In the roughly ...

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Michael Cohen fears Trump rhetoric could put his family at risk

Michael Cohen fears Trump rhetoric could put his family at risk

Michael Cohen is having reservations about his highly anticipated public appearance before Congress next month, fearing that President Donald Trump’s frequent diatribes against him could put his family in danger, ...

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Senators nearing subpoena for Michael Cohen, Trump’s former attorney, in probe of Russian election interference

Senators nearing subpoena for Michael Cohen, Trump’s former attorney, in probe of Russian election interference

A key Senate panel is moving closer to issuing a subpoena for Michael Cohen, the president’s former personal attorney and fixer, as part of its ongoing investigation into Russian interference ...

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Rand Paul: Trump poised for draw down in Afghanistan, Syria pullout

Rand Paul: Trump poised for draw down in Afghanistan, Syria pullout

Sen. Rand Paul strongly suggested that President Donald Trump is poised to begin scaling back the U.S. presence in Afghanistan and will follow through on his promise to pull out ...

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Georgia senator concerned shutdown could affect Super Bowl

Georgia senator concerned shutdown could affect Super Bowl

Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) said this week that he’s worried the partial government shutdown could affect next month’s Super Bowl, which will be held in Atlanta. Isakson on Tuesday suggested ...

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