But even before President Trump’s announcement from the White House, some Democrats already rejected his offer as unacceptable, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) calling it a “non-starter” and imploring him to take action to open the government.
The newcomers are making unusual moves, serving notice that they will push for change at the Capitol in the same way they did throughout their history-making campaigns.
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The special counsel’s office issued a thorough — and unusual —rebuke of the website’s report that investigators have evidence that President Trump directed his former lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress.
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The national Women’s March organization has been dogged by allegations of anti-Semitism and secretive financial dealings, as well as disputes over who gets to own and define the Women’s March.
Chrisette Michele decided to perform at one of President Trump’s inaugural balls against the advice of her fans, former collaborators and even her husband. Now she's singing at nearly empty concerts.
Before the short flight to Delaware, President Trump repeated disputed claims to have essentially rid Syria of Islamic State fighters.
The miscalculation increases the risks of a chaotic British departure from the European Union.
The explosion occurred in the midst of the Mexican government’s campaign against oil theft. Earlier this month, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador closed many of the country’s pipelines, saddling dozens of cities with an acute gasoline shortage.
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