Cooper Isn't Buying Facebook's Answers on Pelosi Video
"Facebook has repeatedly told Congress and the American people that you're serious about fighting disinformation and fake news," Anderson Cooper reminded a Facebook executive...
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Most Massachusetts cities, towns seeing population growth
BOSTON - Population in most Massachusetts cities and towns is continuing to grow. That's according to the latest population estimates released by the U.S. Census...
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Why Trump's Stonewalling Legal Strategy Will Keep Failing
In the space of three days this week, two federal judges ruled decisively in favor of Congress' right to subpoena President Trump's personal financial and business records. The...
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'Ghosted': GOP abandons female House hopeful despite talk of electing women
Before Leigh Brown ran for a vacant House seat in North Carolina earlier this year, she got plenty of encouragement from Republicans in Washington eager to grow the ranks of...
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Americans sour on impeaching Trump
WASHINGTON - The American people are sending a pretty clear message to Washington: They are sick and tired of the investigations into President Trump and don't want Democrats...
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Rep. Roy's move to hold up disaster aid in line with a protege of Ted Cruz
Chip Roy's decision is reminiscent of the early days of Cruz, who was willing to be disruptive to carry out the role of principled conservative in Congress.
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Judge blocks some funds Trump sought for border wall
The Trump administration must temporarily halt the use of some Defense Department funds for a border wall with Mexico, a judge ruled on Friday, because the money was not...
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AP Explains: How retirement legislation impacts you
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A Million People Could Lose Their Pensions If Congress Doesn't Act
A crisis years in the making is about to hit retired coal miners and truckers first.
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Against the odds, select committee aims to push Congress into the 21st century
“Welcome to 1935,” Rep. Dean Phillips's brother told him when he arrived at the Capitol to take the oath of office, a nod to elements of the institution that remain unchanged.
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The headlines of News BreaK
Sanders: Trump, Kim Jong-Un ‘agree in their assessment of Biden
President Donald Trump isn't necessarily “siding with” North Korea's Kim Jong-Un, but the two are in agreement on former Vice President Joe Biden, White House press secretary...
Trump awards trophy at marquee sumo event in Tokyo
MOBARA, Japan - President Donald Trump presented a special Trump trophy to the winner of a sumo tournament in Tokyo on Sunday as he got a taste of one of Japan's most treasured...
Flood Of State Laws Banning Abortion Could Hand Democrats A Political Weapon
Alabama's abortion ban animated Democrats, but Trump and other Republicans seeking re-election have distanced themselves from it.
Judge temporarily blocks Mississippi 6-week abortion ban
JACKSON, Miss. - A federal judge is temporarily blocking a Mississippi law that would ban most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves...
Trump Defies Congress And Invokes Emergency To Sell Arms To Saudis, Senators Say
Congressional opposition to military support for Saudi Arabia has been growing, and lawmakers have blocked about $2 billion in weapon sales.
Supreme Court blocks gerrymandering rulings in Michigan and Ohio
The Supreme Court on Friday set aside two lower court rulings tossing out congressional maps in Michigan and Ohio, putting the process of redrawing district lines on hold while...
Citizenship and immigration services chief resigns
The Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services resigned from his post Friday at President Donald Trump's request, according to his resignation letter. Francis Cissna...
Federal Judge Blocks Mississippi Abortion Law
U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves struck down a law that bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected.
1 GOP Rep Is Keeping Millions In Disaster Relief From Americans Who Need It
Rep. Chip Roy of Texas stalled a bill that would give billions to areas recovering from hurricanes, flooding, tornadoes and wildfires.
Trump Orders An Additional 1,500 Troops To The Middle East
The Pentagon would not say where the troops would be sent, other than that they would not be heading to Iraq and Syria. Some of the forces have already arrived in the region...