The backlash from prominent Republicans, world leaders including Pope Francis, as well as private recriminations from first lady Melania Trump, prompted Trump to reverse himself

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Word of the postponement came as the House rejected a more hard line immigration bill, a rival measure to the GOP compromise.

The Trump administration's diversity issue continues to rear its head.

Read it straight from the report.

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Michael Avenatti, now representing separated migrant families, denies he’s chasing the limelight

"Look, I didn't need any additional fame or limelight beyond what I already had,” the lawyer for Stormy Daniels said.

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Trump just forced Republicans to take a tiny step toward immigration changes

He did it not by taking a stand on a comprehensive immigration overhaul but by taking a wrecking ball to the system in place now.

President Trump announced the trip at the start of a Cabinet meeting, at which he also renewed his false claim that Democrats are responsible for "loopholes" that led to his family separation policy at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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New HHS rules on visits may be a political liability, but an expert says they aren't a legal problem.

The sweeping plan builds on President Trump’s pledge to shrink the size and scope of the federal government, a long-sought goal of conservatives.

Democrats are digging in to block the nominee, hoping to check Trump’s plan to remake the CFPB.

The Securities and Exchange Commission administrative law judge was not properly appointed, high court rules in divided decision.

More than 40 states and the Trump administration had asked the justices to overturn its 1992 decision that restricted collection.

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Two-thirds of Americans think that immigration should either be kept at current levels or increased.

This is a tactical retreat.

As staffing levels tick down, so do criminal referrals to the Justice Department.

The secretary weighed in on Trump's executive order in our live event yesterday.

The “elites” won Wednesday, and Trump had a message for them: I'm still better than you.

And the next oil bust could be even worse.

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Watch for potentially big changes at Banking and Financial Services.

The Secure Elections Act probably won't include funding.

A Palestinian official said Kushner’s history of business and charity in Israel disqualifies him as a credible dealmaker.

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