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Trump slams NBC’s 'sleepy eyes' Chuck Todd for 'fake news' comments about North Korea

President Trump on Sunday dismissed comments by NBC News’ Chuck Todd suggesting that the United States is getting steamrolled in negotiations with North Korea over the rogue nation halting its nuclear weapons program, saying, “We haven’t given up an

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France's Macron speaks to 'very special relationship' with Trump

French President Emmanuel Macron says he has a “very special relationship” with President Trump, suggesting they’re political “mavericks” mutually committed to fighting terrorism and that he will ask Congress during his U.S. visit this week for

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Texas 'revenge porn' law goes too far, court rules

A Texas appeals court last week struck down a state law that criminalized the sharing of sexually explicit photos and videos of an individual online without their consent, ruling the “revenge porn” measure a violation of the First Amendment.

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Mitt Romney faces Senate runoff in Utah after state GOP convention setback

Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney ran into an obstacle Saturday in his bid to succeed Utah’s retiring U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch.

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Former first lady Barbara Bush guarded by Secret Service after death, report says

Even after the passing of Barbara Bush, agents with the U.S. Secret Service reportedly continued to stand by her side.

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Scalise discharged from hospital after 'planned surgery' following 2017 shooting, hospital says

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise was released from the hospital Saturday after undergoing a planned surgery related to injuries he sustained when he was shot last year at a Republican baseball practice.

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At Sylvester Stallone's urging, Trump weighs 'full pardon' for boxer Jack Johnson

President Trump Saturday said that he is considering a “full pardon” for boxing’s first black heavyweight champion Jack Johnson, after being urged to do so by “Rocky” actor Sylvester Stallone. A pardon would address a racially charged prosecutio

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Barbara Bush's funeral attended by Melania Trump, Clintons, others

The funeral for former first lady Barbara Bush, who died Tuesday at the age of 92, was attended by many high-profile figures, including first lady Melania Trump and the Clintons.

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Former President George H.W. Bush honors late wife's commitment to literacy by wearing socks with books

Former President George H.W. Bush honored his late wife Saturday by wearing socks embellished with books on them to celebrate the former first lady’s commitment to literacy.

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Trump hosts France's Macron for first state visit; dinner menu, guest list still secret

President Trump next week hosts French President Emmanuel Macron at the White House, marking the first state visit since Trump took office last year.

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Sessions reportedly told White House he may quit if Trump fires Rosenstein

Attorney General Jeff Sessions reportedly told the White House that he may quit should Trump fire Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein -- the latest in a tense standoff between the White House and the Justice Department.

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Powerful photo shows former President George H.W. Bush looking at wife's casket

A powerful photograph captured former President George H.W. Bush looking at his wife, former first lady Barbara Bush’s casket on Friday.

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Trump's missile attack in Syria revisits long-standing Washington questions about war powers authority

President Trump's recent missile attack in Syria reignites Washington debate on executive, congressional authority regarding U.S. war powers.

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Trump says New York Times stories trying to 'destroy' Cohen

President Trump on Saturday criticized The New York Times for stories that he says attempt to “destroy” personal lawyer Michael Cohen and suggested he will betray Trump to avoid prison -- particularly singling out reporter Maggie Haberman, who the pre

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Barbara Bush funeral expected to draw 1,500 guests

An invitation-only private funeral service wil be held Saturday in Houston for the late former first lady Barbara Bush, with first lady Melania Trump and former presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama and their wives expected among some 1,500 guests.

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After Texas governor slams NJ's high taxes, NJ governor responds

Gov. Phil Murphy of New Jersey responded this week after Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas tried to lure the Garden State’s residents and businesses down South with a promise of lower taxes.

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Hillary Clinton claimed 'they were never going to let me be president,' new book says

Hillary Clinton lamented that "they were never going to let me be president" on election night in 2016, a new book detailing her White House bids claims.

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Missouri's Gov. Greitens faces second felony charge after allegedly stealing charity donor list for 2016 campaign

Calls for Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens to resign continue to grow after prosecutors announced a new charge accusing the Republican leader of using a charity donor list for his 2016 political campaign.

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DC lawmaker accused of anti-Semitism reportedly gave constituent funds to Louis Farrakhan event

A D.C. council member is under fire for allegedly donating $500 to a Nation of Islam event in which leader Louis Farrakhan declared that “powerful Jews are my enemy,” a new report claims.

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Country roads, take us home

Ease your way into the weekend.

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Trump fires back on Twitter over Democrats' lawsuit

The president said the new lawsuit provides a golden opportunity to “counter” with Wasserman Schultz” and “Pakistani mystery man” and “Clinton emails.”

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A history of (cry) babies on the Senate floor

Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth made a stir when she brought her ten-day-old baby, Maile, to work.

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More states could join legal marijuana wave this year

Residents in nearly a half-dozen states could vote this fall on legalizing recreational marijuana, as the push to loosen pot laws spreads despite a tough-on-drugs message from the current Justice Department.

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West Virginians weigh opioid response as they look at GOP Senate candidates

Republican candidates running in the Mountain State’s Senate primary have spent time in court, in Congress, and in a correctional facility.

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Babies in the Senate? In a way, it's not the first time we've seen that

Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth made a stir when she brought her 10-day-old baby, Maile, to work. But history shows infantile behavior has long, strong roots in Congress.

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Justice Department IG probing Comey memos over classified material

The Justice Department’s internal watchdog is probing James Comey's handling of classified information as part of the memos he gave to a friend documenting discussions with President Trump.

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McCabe's fate rests with Trump-appointed prosecutor

Fired FBI official Andrew McCabe’s fate rests in the hands of a Trump-appointed prosecutor, now that the Justice Department’s inspector general has sent a criminal referral over an investigative finding that he lied to James Comey and bureau investiga

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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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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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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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