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'Avengers: Infinity War' could make historic box office

"Avengers: Infinity War" may have a box office match up with "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" for biggest opening of all time.

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Justice IG sends criminal referral of Andrew McCabe to US attorney

The Justice Department's inspector general has sent a criminal referral regarding former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to the US attorney's office in Washington, according to a source familiar with the matter.

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Mueller team says it has not gone rogue

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed with special counsel Robert Mueller what prosecutors should pursue in the Russia probe as early as last May, when Mueller was first appointed, the special counsel's office said Thursday.

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Corker questions Trump candidacy in 2020

Tennessee Republican Sen. Bob Corker on Thursday withheld an endorsement for President Donald Trump's re-election bid, adding that it is "questionable" whether Trump will even seek a second term in office.

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5 warning signs of workplace burnout

The impact of workplace burnout is very real: lack of motivation, decreased job confidence and performance and increased moodiness and negative thinking, which can lead to a lower quality of life in and outside of the office.

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Cohen provides list of names for judge to consider in document review

President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, has suggested four former prosecutors to serve as an independent agent to vet documents seized in the FBI raid of his home, office and hotel room.

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UK Home Office destroyed Windrush landing card slips

The UK Home Office destroyed landing card slips that documented arrival dates for the so-called Windrush generation, it confirmed Wednesday, an admission that has added to pressure on the government over its treatment of some Caribbean migrants.

Politics

Farenthold resigned before House panel could rule against him, Democrat's office says

Former Rep. Blake Farenthold resigned from his seat in Congress before the House Ethics Committee could rule against him in its investigation surrounding allegations of sexual harassment, according to the office of a Democratic lawmaker on the panel.

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McCain undergoes surgery for intestinal infection

Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain, who has has been undergoing treatment for a brain cancer diagnosis in his home state since late last year, is hospitalized in stable condition after undergoing surgery for an intestinal infection, his office said Monda

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Watchdog to investigate DHS family separations in immigration custody

The Department of Homeland Security watchdog will investigate whether the Trump administration is separating families in immigration custody, according to a letter the department's inspector general sent to the office of Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Illinois.

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GAO: $43,000 soundproof booth for EPA head violated law

The $43,000 purchase of a soundproof booth for Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt's office violated federal law, the Government Accountability Office concluded Monday.

Politics

'I hope not': Comey on whether Trump should be impeached

Former FBI Director James Comey said that although Donald Trump is "morally unfit" to be president, it's not grounds to be removed from office through the impeachment process.

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Trump: Attorney client privilege 'a thing of the past'

In a Sunday morning tweetstorm, President Donald Trump voiced concern for his lawyers in the wake of an FBI raid on his personal attorney Michael Cohen's home, office and hotel room last week, writing, "Attorney Client privilege is now a thing of the past

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Report: Obama reassured Comey after election amid email investigation controversy

Then-President Barack Obama reassured then-FBI Director James Comey of his support after the 2016 election during a private meeting in the Oval Office, Comey writes in his upcoming book, according to The Washington Post.

United States

House retirements show how Trump is splitting the GOP

There's a clear divide among Republicans retiring from Congress.

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Woman 'dabs' for joy behind Trump in Oval Office as bill is signed

Some people dance when no one is watching -- and some people dance when the world is watching.

Politics

Kelly cedes control to new faces amid latest Trump tumult

As Reince Priebus was approaching his final days in the West Wing, staffers had a running joke: if you got between the frenzied chief of staff and the Oval Office, you risked being run over as he darted from meeting to meeting, hoping to force himself int

United States

Oklahoma teachers are swarming to run for office

Oklahoma teachers have been rallying at the state Capitol for eight days, but on Wednesday, many showed up for a new reason -- to register to run for office.

Politics

Top Manhattan prosecutor recused from Cohen investigation before search warrant issued

Geoffrey Berman, the top federal prosecutor in Manhattan who was appointed on an interim basis by the attorney general in January, was recused from the investigation into President Donald Trump's personal attorney before any search warrants were issued on

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Michael Cohen to CNN: FBI was 'professional, courteous, respectful' in raids, counter to Trump's depiction

In his first comments since the FBI raid on his home and office, Michael Cohen said the FBI agents "were extremely professional, courteous and respectful."

Politics

Trump rages over Cohen raid on Twitter

President Donald Trump declared Tuesday morning that "attorney-client privilege is dead" the day after the FBI raided the office of Michael Cohen, Trump's personal lawyer and confidant.

Politics

The FBI just raided Michael Cohen's office. Here's what he still hasn't told us about the Stormy Daniels payment

The FBI raided the law office of Donald Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen on Monday, seizing records that are related to several topics, including payments to porn actress Stormy Daniels.

Politics

Tammy Duckworth gives birth, first US senator to do so while in office

Illinois Democratic Sen. Tammy Duckworth gave birth to a baby girl Monday, her office announced, the first US senator to do so while in office.

Politics

Ethics office outlines concerns about EPA's Scott Pruitt

The federal government's top voice on ethics has sent a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency outlining areas of concern regarding agency chief Scott Pruitt.

Entertainment

Fans really want 'The Office' reboot

Turns out people are really missing the zany action of Dunder Mifflin Paper Co.

Politics

Top FBI congressional liaison leaves the agency

The FBI's top liaison on Capitol Hill is out.

Politics

The Point: The absolutely idiotic way we make politicians pretend they're not running for president

When Ellen DeGeneres asked Kamala Harris on Thursday whether or not she was going to run for president in 2020, the California Democrat pretended as though the idea of running for national office had never, ever occurred to her before that exact moment.

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