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Shutdown may have permanently damaged future of public service

Shutdown may have permanently damaged future of public service

In a speech to the House of Commons in 1947, Winston Churchill said: “Many forms of government have been tried, and will be tried in this world of sin and ...

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FBI’s Roger Stone raid sends chilling message

FBI’s Roger Stone raid sends chilling message

A swarm of agents in tactical gear shouting “FBI! Open the door!” outside Roger Stone’s Florida home just before dawn Friday was over the top but intended to send a chilling ...

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Pelosi after Stone indictment: ‘What does Putin have on the president’?

Pelosi after Stone indictment: ‘What does Putin have on the president’?

Speaker Nancy Pelosi  said Friday that the arrest of Roger Stone, a longtime informal adviser to President Trump, “makes clear that there was a deliberate, coordinated attempt by top Trump ...

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Ann Coulter despair after Trump caves on shutdown

Ann Coulter despair after Trump caves on shutdown

President Trump’s top supporters among right-wing media despaired on Friday after he agreed to a three-week deal to end the government shutdown without securing his border-wall funding. Conservative columnist Ann Coulter—whose ...

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Tulsi Gabbard to hold campaign launch rally Feb. 2

Tulsi Gabbard to hold campaign launch rally Feb. 2

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) plans to hold a rally Feb. 2 in Hawaii to formally launch her 2020 White House bid, her campaign announced Friday. Gabbard will use the rally ...

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United Airlines donates $1 million to shutdown relief fund

United Airlines donates $1 million to shutdown relief fund

United Airlines announced Friday it is donating $1 million to Feeding America’s “Shutdown Response Fund” to help provide food for families of federal employees who missed paychecks during the partial ...

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Omar and Tlaib are drawing fire from Republicans

Omar and Tlaib are drawing fire from Republicans

Freshman Democratic Reps. Ilhan Omar  and Rashida Tlaib , the first two Muslim women elected to Congress, are drawing fire from Republicans in their first weeks since taking office. House GOP leaders condemned ...

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Trump signs bill to reopen the government after record shutdown

Trump signs bill to reopen the government after record shutdown

President Donald Trump signed a short-term spending bill into law Friday night that does not include his requested $5.7 billion for a border wall. The White House announced late Friday ...

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President Donald Trump reopen the federal government; without wall funding

President Donald Trump reopen the federal government; without wall funding

President Donald Trump conceded Friday to mounting pressure that he reopen the federal government, agreeing to a temporary funding measure that would allow federal employees to return to work but that ...

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Stone: ‘I’ve never had any discussion’ with Trump about a pardon

Stone: ‘I’ve never had any discussion’ with Trump about a pardon

Former informal Trump adviser Roger Stone said late Friday following his indictment in special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe that he has “never” discussed a possible presidential pardon with President Trump. ...

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