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Trump's nicknames for rivals, from 'Rocket Man' to 'Pocahontas'

President Trump is known for giving his political opponents nicknames, especially on social media.

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Missing texts from FBI 'lovers' cover 'prime' period, Trump says

President Trump tweeted Tuesday that a newly revealed five-month gap in text messages between FBI “lovers” Peter Strzok and Lisa Page is a huge story, saying the missing messages cover a “prime” period of time.

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FBI's Strzok and Page spoke of 'secret society' after Trump election, lawmakers say

Two top FBI officials under fire for exchanging anti-Trump text messages during the 2016 election spoke of a “secret society” the day after President Trump's victory, according to two lawmakers with knowledge of the messages.

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Trump thanks 'Crazy Jim Acosta' after tweet that Schumer 'caved'

In what may be a first, President Trump thanked longtime media nemesis “Crazy Jim Acosta” early Tuesday -- for seemingly acknowledging that the end of the government shutdown was a win for the Trump White House.

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Peace between Israel and Palestinians 'more possible' after Jerusalem move, Pence says

Vice President Mike Pence said Monday the peace between Israel and the Palestinians is more likely following the decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of the Jewish State.

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Omarosa plans banner $500G speaking tour at $50G a speech after dramatic White House exit

President Trump’s former spotlight-seeking staffer Omarosa Manigault-Newman seems to be cashing in on her contentious time at the White House.

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Shutdown stopped but Trump, Democrats keep pointing fingers over debacle

We've gone from the spinning of the shutdown to the spinning of the post-shutdown.

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Trump lauds 'big win' after Dems 'cave' on shutdown, Schumer criticized

President Trump late Thursday struck an optimistic tone on Twitter, praising Republicans for a “big win” after negotiating through a 69-hour federal government shutdown after Democrats voted to temporarily pay for resumed operations.

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A look back at every government shutdown in US history

The government has now shut down 19 times since Congress introduced the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act in 1976.

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Tax victory set stage for House shutdown win

Who knew popularity helped in politics?

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Puerto Rico to privatize island's troubled power company

Puerto Rico’s governor announced Monday that he is privatizing the island’s government-owned power company following decades of mismanagement, corruption and blackouts.

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More than 50,000 exchanged between FBI officials Strzok and Page, Sessions says

More than 50,000 texts were exchanged between two FBI officials who have come under fire for exchanging anti-Trump messages during the 2016 election, Attorney General Jeff Sessions revealed Monday.

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Amid government shutdown, here are the lawmakers who didn't receive a salary

While the government is shuttered, some lawmakers decided to forgo their paycheck or donated their salaries to charity.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg shocks Sundance crowd with her own #MeToo story

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has three words for the women who sparked the #MeToo movement: “It’s about time.”

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Pennsylvania court throws out congressional boundaries

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court struck down the state's congressional map Monday, granting a major victory to Democrats who charged that the 18 districts were unconstitutionally gerrymandered to benefit Republicans.

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CHIP: What to know about the Children's Health Insurance Program

The federal funds for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) expired at the end of September, and a permanent solution has not been passed.

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Republicans hope to release 'jaw-dropping' memo on surveillance abuses

House Republicans are hopeful that a four-page memo allegedly containing "jaw-dropping" revelations about U.S. government surveillance abuses will soon be made public.

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Why Trump's promise to move US Embassy to Jerusalem is so controversial

President Trump announced late last year that the U.S. will formally recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel – and it looks like the new U.S. embassy will be ready ahead of schedule.

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Government shutdown: Federal workforce benched as furloughs begin

Monday marks the start of another work week for many Americans, but hundreds of thousands of government employees have now been furloughed as the government shutdown enters its third day -- and its first weekday.

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Trump's relationship with top Dems 'deteriorating' amid shutdown standoff

The relationship between President Donald Trump and top Democrats may be “deteriorating” as the two parties inched closer but ultimately fell short on an agreement that would have reopened the federal government before Monday.

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Trump calls for 'nuclear option' to end shutdown, McConnell signals no

President Trump suggested Sunday that Senate Republicans change chamber rules -- and resort to the “nuclear option” -- so that they can pass a long-term budget with a simple, 51-vote majority, amid their funding stalemate with Democrats that h

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Las Vegas Women's March set as anti-Trump protests mark inauguration's one-year anniversary

On the heels of nationwide demonstrations to protest against the policies of President Trump, a coalition of liberal activists is headlining a rally in Las Vegas to kick off a major push to elect Democrats across the country.

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Mulvaney: Trump won't 'weaponize' shutdown like Obama team did

White House budget Director Mick Mulvaney tried Sunday to calm Americans’ fears about the government shutdown, vowing those going to work Monday won’t see a “dramatic difference” because President Trump isn’t trying to â

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