President Trump questioned the intensifying special counsel's investigation of his campaign and administration while attacking his own national security adviser, the FBI, Hillary Clinton and others in a remarkable nine-hour span of tweets that included profanity and misspellings.
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The president has repeatedly tried to turn the tables on Hillary Clinton by claiming she colluded with the Russians. But there is no evidence that is the case, and it makes little sense given Russian President Vladimir Putin’s intense dislike of Clinton.
Amid global anxiety about President Trump’s approach to global affairs, U.S. officials had a message to a gathering of Europe’s foreign policy elite this weekend: Pay no attention to the man tweeting behind the curtain.
The building known as the troll factory in St. Petersburg, Russia. (AP)
The building known as the "troll factory" in St. Petersburg, Russia. (AP)
The indictment by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III of 13 Russians associated with a St. Petersburg online “troll factory” that allegedly interfered with the U.S. election has brought a sense of vindication to the handful of former employees who have already been speaking out about what they witnessed.
Students from the school where 17 people died in a shooting last week said they will try to create a “badge of shame” for politicians who take money from the National Rifle Association and other gun rights groups.
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The Environmental Protection Agency chief has faced criticism over the past week for the cost of his domestic and international travel.
At a security conference in Munich, the Israeli prime minister warned that Iran is testing red lines with its behavior in Syria.
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American Ted Ligety gestures after the second run of the giant slalom Sunday. (AP)
American Ted Ligety gestures after the second run of the giant slalom Sunday. (AP)
With a week to go at the PyeongChang Games, U.S. athletes have been draped in disappointment as often as in celebratory flags.
The copy, one of 51 that scholars are aware of, has resurfaced via its purchase last month by a billionaire philanthropist.
A woman recorded the confrontational scene to share with her family, but it unexpectedly roared across the world's social media channels.
Marvel’s African-oriented comic book adaptation is on track to become the most successful movie at the box office for a film with a primarily black cast, generating an estimated $192 million over its opening weekend.
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Thomas Jefferson went to great lengths to keep his a secret. Franklin Roosevelt, however, hosted a toga party at the White House when he turned 52.
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