White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that President Trump was saying “no” to whether he would take further questions from reporters. Earlier, Trump had said, "Thank you very much, no,” in response to a question about whether Russia is still targeting the United States.
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The idea that a GOP senator is suddenly going to run kamikaze missions in the name of holding President Trump accountable is fanciful.
Ahead of Robert Wilkie’s likely confirmation to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, more than a dozen career civil servants have been moved from the headquarters' leadership suite and reassigned to lower-profile roles.
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Longtime Washingtonians hoped the former president and first lady would become unofficial ambassadors for the nation’s capital, embracing their adopted city. Instead, they’ve embraced their new lives as private citizens, emphasis on “private.”
Federal prosecutors say the alleged covert agent was linked to wealthy businessmen with ties to the Putin administration.
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This spate of missed deadlines was out of character for the Trump Organization, which receives hundreds of property-tax bills every year.
Trade restrictions aimed at preventing U.S. jobs from heading elsewhere have instead hampered one company’s effort to create jobs in the United States.
In tweets from 2011 and 2012, the then-17-year-old made liberal use of the n-word, made derogatory references to women and expressed hatred toward gay people.
The boys and their coach described how they survived without food for nine days before they were found by British divers in a remarkable search-and-rescue operation that gripped the world.
Reginald Moore started researching the city’s slavery and convict-leasing history after spending time working as a prison guard at one of Texas’s oldest prisons. He continued the search for 19 years.
Walter Carr struck out finding a ride after his car broke down, but the college student wasn’t about to miss his first day of work.
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