The issue raises questions about the politicization of intelligence and the independence of congressional probes.
National Security reporter Greg Miller reports that the Trump administration is enlisting extra help to dispute stories alleging Trump-Russia contacts.
The next leader will take over a party that is financially drained but galvanized because of an unpopular Republican president.
President Trump has repeatedly emphasized undoing rules that constrain coal extraction.
Mercers’ stake in far-right site cements family’s status as key financiers of the Trump era.
"It's not about where he was from or his ethnicity,” Ian Grillot said. “We're all humans. I just felt I did what was naturally right to do."
Raw steel and steel pipelines are different things.
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“The core conviction of our movement is that we are a nation that put and will put its own citizens first,” the president said.
With CEO’s military background, Roboteam gives new meaning to the term ‘mechanized warfare.’
Their graduates often fill jobs in communities that have trouble recruiting doctors.
Eating a lot of saturated fat seemed to be associated with higher death rates.
Republican leaders are trying to satisfy governors who embraced the ACA as well as those who rejected it.
The three-page report says citizenship is an “unreliable” threat indicator, and people from the banned countries have rarely been implicated in U.S.-based terrorism.
Chicago's top cop says the city is waiting on the Trump administration.
The threats are coming in to JCCs from a robocaller with a masked number, difficult to trace.
While the balmy conditions this February may seem nice on the surface, an early spring can come with all kinds of downsides.
"Never has the government openly challenged the idea of a free press,” said retired Navy admiral William H. McRaven, chancellor of the University of Texas System.
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