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Democratic Party files federal lawsuit alleging conspiracy by Trump campaign, Russia, WikiLeaks to disrupt 2016 presidential election

The Democratic Party filed a federal lawsuit alleging a conspiracy by the Trump campaign, Russia and WikiLeaks to disrupt the 2016 presidential election.

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McCabe 'upset and disappointed' over Comey comments

Fired FBI official Andrew McCabe is “upset and disappointed” over comments made about him by his former boss James Comey, a lawyer for the embattled deputy said Friday – a day after it emerged McCabe was the subject of a criminal referral sent to th

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Emails show Obama White House statements on Clinton probe worried FBI's Strzok

James Comey isn’t the only one who took issue with Obama White House statements downplaying the Hillary Clinton email probe in 2016. A new email obtained by Fox News shows that even anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok was concerned about their comments at

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Rudy to the rescue? Giuliani vows to wrap up Mueller probe

Former New York City mayor and U.S. attorney Rudy Giuliani is vowing to bring to an end Robert Mueller's longrunning Russia investigation as he joins President Trump's legal team, touting his personal relationship with the special counsel.

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Luke Messer campaign slams report Senate hopeful hid DUIs before replacing rep killed by drunk driver

Rep. Luke Messer's Senate campaign manager said the report that he tried to hide his multiple DUI charges when he first ran for public office is “misleading” and “politically motivated.”

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Schumer gets in on 4/20 celebration, voices support for marijuana decriminalization

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer voiced his support for marijuana decriminalization Thursday night, a day ahead the nationwide stoner celebration: 4/20.

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Key lawmakers say Comey's memos show 'terrible' judgment, political bias

Top GOP lawmakers said Thursday that James Comey's newly released memos documenting his conversations with President Trump reflect his own “terrible judgment” and political bias, even as Democrats use the juicy details to tarnish Trump.

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Trump: Flynn's life 'destroyed' while Comey allowed to 'Leak and Lie'

President Trump defended his former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn early Friday, saying his life has been “totally destroyed” while “shadey” James Comey can “Leak and Lie” and make “lots of money” from his “third rate book.”

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Colorado's 'Barack Obama Highway' bill could face rocky road to passage

Colorado Democrats hope to convince their fellow state lawmakers to rename a stretch of Interstate 25 the “Barack Obama Highway.”

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Bush-bashing professor has Fresno State scrambling to keep its donors

A Fresno State professor who called the late Barbara Bush “racist” soon after her death Tuesday, and said she was glad “the witch is dead,” continues to face fallout as donors mull ceasing donations to the institution.

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Chris Christie's official portrait to cost taxpayers $85G: report

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie reportedly spent more on his official portrait than the state’s three previous governors combined, NorthJersey.com reported.

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Pope Francis offers condolences to Bush family after death of former first lady Barbara Bush

Pope Francis has joined others in sending words of comfort to the grieving Bush family following the death this week of former first lady Barbara Bush, a report said Thursday.

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Trump tweets that Comey memos ‘clearly’ show no obstruction, collusion

Memos written by former FBI Director James Comey about his interactions with President Trump showed that the president repeatedly asked Comey to make public that he was not under investigation over contacts between Russian officials and members of his cam

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Comey memos: House Republican committee chairmen say documents prove Comey never felt obstructed

Three House Republican committee chairmen responded to numerous memos written by former FBI Director James Comey detailing his conversations with President Donald Trump that were released to lawmakers and obtained by Fox News on Thursday evening.

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Comey memos detail Flynn conversations, claims Russian tape reports could be 'made up'

Recounting a meeting a Trump Tower on January 6, 2017, Comey explains this as the first time that he had informed the president about the reports “involving him and prostitutes at the Presidential Suite at the Ritz Carlton in Moscow from about 2013.”

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Tammy Duckworth brings baby to work; first infant inside Senate chamber

A day after the U.S. Senate unanimously agreed to a rule change allowing infants on to the floor of the chamber during votes, new mom Sen. Tammy Duckworth made history by bringing in her 10-day-old baby girl.

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Comey memos: Trump said he 'needed' and 'expected' loyalty, wanted proof dossier was 'a lie'

Eight days after he was sworn in as president, Donald Trump told then-FBI Director James Comey during a one-on-one dinner at the White House that he "needed loyalty and expected loyalty," according to a memo Comey made following their conversation, one of

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Illinois Dems push bill rewarding schools that replace armed officers with therapists

Democratic lawmakers in Illinois have drawn up a piece of legislation that would give extra cash to schools that reallocate funds toward replacing armed security officers with unarmed social workers and behavior therapists.

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Trump claims Comey threw McCabe 'under the bus' after criminal referral

President Trump said Thursday that former FBI Director James Comey "threw [fired FBI Deputy Director] Andrew McCabe 'under the bus'" after the Justice Department's inspector general referred McCabe to federal prosecutors.

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Federal court rules against Trump's sanctuary city crackdown efforts

A federal appeals court in Illinois ruled Thursday the Trump administration could not withhold public safety grants from cities solely because those cities had so-called "sanctuary" policies protecting illegal immigrants.

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Florida felons are latest point of contention in fight for battleground state's votes

Florida is embroiled in a debate that could have serious ramifications for the midterm elections, and for 2020. The governor was ordered by a federal judge to revamp the state's "fatally flawed" voting rights restoration process for felons.

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Rudy Giuliani to join Trump’s legal team

Former New York City mayor and U.S. attorney Rudy Giuliani is joining President Trump’s legal team, Fox News confirmed on Thursday.

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Rosenstein tells Trump he is not a target of Michael Cohen investigation

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told President Trump last week that the president is not a target in the Michael Cohen investigation, and that the investigation is focused solely on Cohen, the president's personal attorney, a source familiar with t

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The Supremacy of the Internet Mob

Is this the new vehicle of justice?

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DOJ expected to turn over Comey memos to Congressional committees

The Justice Department on Thursday will hand off to congressional committees the controversial memos James Comey used to document meetings with President Trump, sources told Fox News.

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Samantha Bee blasts Fox News’ Sean Hannity: “His whole show is just an hour-long list of lies”

“People think it’s news, because he doesn’t sweat as much as Alex Jones,” the “Full Frontal” host says

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Andrew Cuomo claims he's 'undocumented,' challenges officials to deport him

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who was born in New York, said he is an undocumented immigrant.

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ISIS depicts Trump as prisoner in propaganda photo, threatens drive-by shootings

ISIS released a new propaganda photo Wednesday depicting President Trump as a prisoner, while threatening more attacks on the West.

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Revealed: Dream Democrat agenda includes reparations

A wealthy Democratic donor club plotting the future of the liberal movement hopes to be fighting for reparations by 2022, according to a document obtained by the Washington Free Beacon from the Democracy Alliance's spring conference this week in Atlanta

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House Republicans push tougher work requirements for food stamps

The House Agriculture Committee has voted along party lines to approve new work requirements for food stamps -- a move fiercely opposed by Democrats and that could spell trouble for the farm bill working its way through Congress.

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