Trump, Following Explosive News Reports, Denies He Worked For Russia
2 days ago - By NPR
The president says he's never worked for Russia after The New York Times and Washington Post raised new questions about his relationship with Moscow amid the unresolved special counsel probe.
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Washington Post: Trump Has Not Denied Working For Russia
2 days ago - By Politicus USA
On Friday night the bombshell news hit the airwaves. That was when the New York Times reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had investigated whether President Trump was working for Russia. Since then there has been a lot written about this new, shocking information. Trump attacked the Times for publishing the...
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Feds: Georgia Man Was Plotting White House Attack
A 21-year-old Georgia man has been arrested for allegedly plotting to attack the White House and other federal buildings, CNN reports. Authorities say Hasher Taheb planned to...
Agency That Approved Trump's Hotel Lease Ignored The Constitution: Report
A government report says the emoluments issue leaves a “constitutional cloud” over the president's D.C. hotel.
Nancy Pelosi Asks Trump To Delay State Of The Union Until Shutdown Ends
The Democratic leader cited the cost of the annual event's security, which has been jeopardized because of the government shutdown.
Amid Brexit Chaos, U.K. Parliament Holds No-Confidence Vote On Theresa May
Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labour party, called for the vote just after the resounding defeat of the Brexit deal that the prime minister had negotiated with the EU.
Karen Pence to Teach at School With Gay Ban
Karen Pence is going back to work... at a Christian school that does not allow gay students, parents, or employees. Pence taught at Immanuel Christian School in Springfield...
Kirsten Gillibrand Launches 2020 Presidential Exploratory Committee
The New York senator is the latest high-profile Democrat to confirm that she is seriously considering a bid to oust President Donald Trump.
DNC Appears To Pull Sponsorship Of Women's March Amid Controversy
The group has been embroiled in controversy over its leaders' affiliation with Louis Farrakhan.
Senate Advances Resolution To Block Trump From Easing Sanctions On Russian Firms
Eleven Republicans bucked the Trump administration on easing sanctions on companies connected to a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
House Votes To Condemn White Supremacy, And Thus Rep. Steve King
Meanwhile, there are two pending measures in the House to censure the representative from Iowa.
NASA, TSA Workers In Houston Protest Shutdown: 'Make America Work Again'
Furloughed federal employees rallied outside the Johnson Space Center to demand the government be re-opened.