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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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Comey memos detail Trump's comments on Russia, reservations about Flynn

In his memos documenting conversations with President Donald Trump, former FBI Director James Comey recounts Trump's "serious reservations" about then-national security adviser Michael Flynn as well as the President's concerns about media leaks and a stat

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Giuliani joining Trump's personal legal team

President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Jay Sekulow announced Thursday that Rudy Giuliani is joining the President's personal legal team.

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Trump’s Latest Foreign Policy Chaos Further Diminishes U.S. Standing, Critics Worry

If the world hadn’t figured out that the president’s words mean almost nothing, this past week made it clear.

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Trump, contradicting his own words, denies firing Comey over Russia probe

President Donald Trump said Wednesday that former FBI Director James Comey was not fired because of the Russia investigation -- a statement directly at odds with the President's own comments on Comey's dismissal.

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President Trump and Japan’s Shinzo Abe to Discuss North Korea and Trade Tariffs at Mar-a-Lago

Donald Trump will host Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago this week amid tensions over the president's planned meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong Un

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No impunity! When presidents go to jail

South Korea’s and Brazil’s former Presidents are being jailed for corruption

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The unconventional President finds a conventional cause in Syria

President Donald Trump is the most unconventional of Presidents.

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National Guard Troops Have Already Begun Patrolling the U.S.-Mexico Border

The deployment marks a swift realization of the president's call for a border presence until his border wall is constructed

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Trump, Bolton and the looming threat of war with Russia: Could the president’s corruption save us?

Torn between BFF Vladimir Putin and his war-mongering new adviser, Trump faces a fateful choice — on Twitter

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How Rod Rosenstein is connected to Trump, Russia investigation

As the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election – and any involvement from the Trump campaign – forges ahead, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has found himself on the receiving end of the president’s ire.

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Walter Mondale on 50 Years of the Fair Housing Act and the Problem With Purging a President’s Cabinet

Former VP Walter Mondale helped pass what's considered by some to be the last major legislation of the civil rights era

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Trump rages while Michael Cohen crumples: If the president’s lawyer flips, it could be game over

Trump once again mulls firing Robert Mueller — but with Michael Cohen in the feds’ grasp, it could be too late

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Trump considering firing Rosenstein to check Mueller

President Donald Trump is considering firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, multiple people familiar with the discussions tell CNN, a move that has gained urgency following the raid of the office of the President's personal lawyer.

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Tom Bossert's exit means half of Donald Trump's 'A Team' has left since he became president

The forced resignation of homeland security adviser Tom Bossert on Tuesday is the latest in an absolutely remarkable string of departures from Donald Trump's inner circle and Cabinet, a historic series of exits that amounts to a total overhaul of the Whit

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Syria Chemical Attack: Theresa May Agrees On 'Need To Respond' With Trump And Macron

Theresa May has agreed with Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron that the international community “needed to respond” following reports of a suspected chemical attack in Syria.Downing Street said the Prime Minister spoke to the US and French presi

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Retired General Schools Ivanka Trump After She Complains About Child Fitness

"Ummm ... there's this thing called the President's Council of Fitness, Sport and Nutrition," said Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling.

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Trump begins informal prep for potential Mueller interview

President Donald Trump has begun the initial steps of preparing for a possible interview with the special counsel, a White House official and a person familiar with the situation said Friday, a sign the President's legal team is intensifying its deliberat

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How Robert Mueller Is Learning from Ken Starr’s Mistakes

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election could not be more different than Ken Starr’s probe of Bill Clinton’s behavior in the 1990s. While Starr’s probe shifted focus from real estat

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Ohio Senate GOP primary pits 2 congressmen who think they can unseat Dem incumbent

A few blocks away from the Quicken Loans Arena, site of the convention where Donald J. Trump officially accepted his party’s nomination, an investment banker who has never held elected office is hoping to channel the president’s success.

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Dr. Evil 'fired' from the Trump administration

At a time when several members of Donald Trump's Cabinet have either been let go or are speculated to be on their way out, a (satirical) member of the President's team says he has been fired: Dr. Evil.

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Many presidents have bashed business, but Trump's Amazon offensive is personal

Donald Trump isn't the first president to take on a business or industry he doesn't like.

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