Rudolph W. Giuliani said President Trump’s lawyers are “pretty much finished” drafting a response to a potential subpoena request from special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s office.
The former CIA director fired back at the president in an op-ed published the day after he was stripped of his security clearance.
More than 300 newspaper editorial boards across the country answered a nationwide call to express disdain for President Trump’s attacks on the news media.
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One of the most celebrated and influential singers in the history of American vernacular song, Aretha Franklin reserved her place on music’s Mount Rushmore in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Her career spanned decades and was defined by such records as “Respect” and “Chain of Fools.”
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President Trump says his economy and charisma can stop a “blue wave.” But he has to win over white women again.
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Senate women who clamored for Al Franken’s exit adopt a wait-and-see approach as another Minnesota politician, Rep. Keith Ellison, denies accusations he abused a former girlfriend.
The future of the Ohio State football coach is yet to be decided, but the controversy is also raising questions about how police in the town of Powell responded when the wife of a Meyer coaching assistant called for help.
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The agency says the move will save money and help retain staff, but some researchers call that a pretext.
Lest anyone living in the D.C. area think western wildfires are only a problem 3,000 miles away, they might take a whiff of the air in their own backyard.
Citing security concerns and "European values," six countries have now passed nationwide laws that partially or fully ban face veils in public places.
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