President Trump wrote that Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) “would come to my office ‘begging’ for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them).” Gillibrand has called for Trump to resign after sexual harassment allegations.
As counsel for the world’s highest-profile client, every move and utterance by President Trump’s lawyers in the Russia probe has been scrutinized — and the criticism has been unkind.
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As party season descends, companies are nervously wondering whether any of us can truly come together and drink spiked egg nog without someone who means to pat a colleague on the back accidentally putting his hands inside her blouse instead. (Which happened to Garrison Keillor. Even though it’s impossible. Right, ladies?)
Lawmakers could announce later today or Wednesday that they've reached a tentative agreement reconciling the House and Senate tax bills, said Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), who is among the group of lawmakers working to meld the proposals into a final product. Republicans want to have the measure on President Trump’s desk before Christmas.
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Days before the vote to repeal net neutrality, Ajit Pai said companies like Facebook, Google and Twitter deserve more scrutiny over their decisions to restrict political content with pro-Trump and conservative messaging.
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The House minority leader issued a tweet in response to passage of a bill which would make permits to carry a loaded concealed gun issued in one state valid in all other states.
Police say Akayed Ullah, 27, detonated a pipe bomb affixed to his clothes while walking down a crowded commuter tunnel in Times Square.
Despite heavy investment in new warehouses and seasonal employees, carriers like UPS and FedEx are being tested following the busiest online shopping day in U.S. history.
Astronomers in Hawaii say the cylindrical, quarter-mile long object is an asteroid. But some scientists have not yet ruled out more extraordinary origins. In either case, all eyes will be on this space oddity zipping through our solar system.
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