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‘They hate our country’: Trump steps up attacks on Democrats

The president expressed no regret about his racist “go back” remarks toward minority lawmakers: “All I’m saying — they want to leave, they can leave.”

Behind Trump’s ‘go back’ demand: A long history of rejecting ‘different’ Americans

From Germans and Irish to blacks and Jews, new Americans often have been told to “go home.”

Pelosi knocks White House debt limit plan, putting pressure on late-stage budget talks

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin tried late Monday to broker a deal with just days left before Congress plans to leave for the rest of the summer.

Dow breast implant case spotlights Elizabeth Warren’s work helping big corporations navigate bankruptcies

Participants on both sides of the matter say Warren’s role — advising a company intent on limiting payments to women — was mischaracterized.
As states introduce privacy legislation, Apple is either absent from those efforts or backs industry groups that actively lobby against new laws.
The Trump administration’s proposal to move nearly 80 employees from an agency managing more than 10 percent of the nation’s land comes as officials are forcibly reassigning career officials.
Conway had been asked to testify before House Oversight Committee about a government watchdog’s findings that she violated the Hatch Act dozens of times.
The new rule, to take effect Tuesday, aims to curb Central American migration by requiring asylum seekers to request refuge in countries they reach before they get to the United States.
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