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Pompeo outlines new demands for Iran after U.S. pulled out of the nuclear deal

(WASHINGTON) -- Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday, in his first major foreign policy address, outlined 12 demands the U.S. has for Iran moving forward after President Donald Trump pulled the U.S out of the Iran nuclear deal.

The dem... Read More

Hillary Clinton pokes fun at Trump, herself in Yale College Class Day speech

(NEW HAVEN, Conn.) -- Former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton took a subtle jab at her rival in the presidential election in 2016 today -- but also, injecting one of most contentious issues in the heated race, poked a little fun at herself, too.Read More

President Trump orders DOJ to 'look into' whether his campaign was 'infiltrated'

(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump said in a tweet Sunday that he is ordering the Department of Justice to "look into" whether his 2016 presidential campaign was... Read More

Special counsel aims to finish portion of investigation related to Trump by September 1: Giuliani

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani said the special counsel has indicated they can wrap up a portion of their investigation by September 1.

Giuliani said about a month ago if the president agrees to an... Read More

President Trump orders DOJ to 'look into' whether his campaign was 'infiltrated'

(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump said in a tweet Sunday that he is ordering the Department of Justice to "look into" whether his 2016 presidential campaign was improperly "infiltrated or surveilled" for political purposes.

Trump added that ... Read More

Lobbying firm shuttered, but Tony Podesta’s fate in Mueller probe still a mystery

(NEW YORK) -- Lobbyist Anthony “Tony” Podesta filed his final papers with the Department of Justice earlier this month chronicling the last work performed by the once-powerful lobbying firm that bore his name but which is now defunct foll... Read More

Texas official suggests video games, abortion bear part of blame for gun violence

(NEW YORK) -- The Texas lieutenant governor, speaking two days after 10 people were killed in a school shooting in his state, said abortion, divorce and violent video games and movies show that "we have devalued life," which he pointed to as a cause ... Read More

Defeated House bill offered resources for farmers facing high suicide rates

(NEW YORK) -- Psychologist Michael Rosmann said that whenever he is home at his family's farm in western Iowa, he is taking calls or answering emails from farmers asking for help or counseling.

He specializes in behavioral health for fa... Read More

Trump's attorney seeks to block Stormy Daniels' lawyer from Cohen case

(WASHINGTON) -- The war of words between Michael Cohen and Michael Avenatti is heating up again -- with the president’s long-time fixer accusing Avenatti of violating ethical and professional rules of conduct, and seeking to preclude him from p... Read More

Melania Trump returns home to White House after hospitalization

(WASHINGTON) -- First lady Melania Trump returned home to the White House Saturday morning following a days-long stay in the hospital, her office said.

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Trump fans flames about alleged 'spy' within campaign while top lawyer tamps them down

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump is amplifying a chorus of conservative voices alleging that the Department of Justice planted a spy inside his presidential campaign, a claim his top lawyer has said, if true, would undermine the legitimacy of t... Read More

'We are going to take back the country we love': Hillary Clinton

(WASHINGTON) -- Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton acknowledged Friday that Democratic candidates around the country still face basic questions about what they stand for and which policies their party supports.

Speaking... Read More

Kushner hosts first forum on prison reform at White House

(WASHINGTON) -- White House senior advisor Jared Kushner hosted a forum with stakeholders on the need for prison reform, an issue that has personal meaning to the president’s son-in-law given his father’s own time behind bars.

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