The court will address a limited issue involving the scope of evidence allowed at trial. A federal judge in Manhattan is presiding over part of a multi-state lawsuit aiming to block the Trump administration's proposal to ask respondents to the 2020 Census if they are citizens.
President Trump stressed that he has been "busy" and that it has taken some time to complete them, but he also expressed his concern about Robert S. Mueller III’s purpose in obtaining them.
U.S. District Court Judge Timothy J. Kelly ruled that Acosta could return to the White House, pending a trial, a week after President Trump suspended his access following a fiery exchange with the reporter at a news conference.
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Amazon's decision to split its second headquarters between New York and D.C. has fueled fears that America's biggest cities are experiencing too much winning. The Senate and electoral college tell a different story.
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The president's interview with the Daily Caller covered many topics and produced several dubious statements.
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It's not clear that House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi has the votes to win the position.
The plan, announced by President Trump during a Medal of Freedom ceremony Friday, would elevate a former lobbyist and longtime Capitol Hill staffer who has avoided the missteps of his predecessor, Scott Pruitt.
Democrat Stacey Abrams's long-shot strategy comes as election officials appear close to certifying a win to Republican Brian Kemp.
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