Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said that any attack by Tehran or its proxies resulting in a single American casualty will generate a counterattack, U.S. officials said, a warning that has prompted a broader debate among top Trump officials.
The Environmental Protection Agency's new carbon reduction target requires less than half of what experts calculate is needed to avert catastrophic warming of the planet.
An investigator called for greater scrutiny of high-level Saudi officials, including Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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In launching his reelection bid, the president gave phony numbers on trade, made unfounded claims about immigrants and repeated false comments about the Mueller probe.
A Dutch-led investigation into the 2014 wreck over Ukraine named four suspects, including a former leader of Russian-backed separatists in the region, Igor Girkin.
The acting secretary of defense bowed out of consideration for the top Pentagon job after an unusually lengthy FBI background check delayed his nomination.
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Some Democratic lawmakers have been looking for a less divisive alternative to impeachment to address possible obstruction of the special counsel’s investigation.
Bernard and Lisa Selz have donated to groups that stoke fears about immunizations online and at events — including two forums at the epicenter of this year’s measles outbreak.
The former Trump aide is testifying behind closed doors with the House Judiciary Committee.
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Paige Winter, who was attacked this month off the coast of North Carolina, said she has nothing against sharks.
The president’s remarks on Jerome H. Powell constitute an almost unprecedented attack on the central bank just as leaders meet today to decide what to do on interest rates.
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