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"If this is information warfare, then I think he's the first draft-dodger in the war," the former Clinton campaign chair says. [Read More]
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The conservative commentator wants guns in schools to combat shooting attacks. [Read More]
"Not addressed here is potential involvement of the Russian government," says the former director of national intelligence. [Read More]
One of them says: "We are marching for our lives, we're marching for the 17 lives we lost." [Read More]
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He also blasts the president for not implementing Russia sanctions. [Read More]
"They just can't seem to get anything done," Ohio's governor told CNN. [Read More]
The president continues his barrage of tweets after the Mueller indictments. [Read More]
The president continues his barrage of weekend tweets addressing the Russia scandal. [Read More]
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A broke Democratic National Committee was almost evicted. And saved at the last minute. [Read More]
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This 33-year-old Marine has a chance at winning one of the GOP's most reliable districts. [Read More]
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Democrats are scratching their heads over Amanda Renteria's silent run. Some suggest there are ulterior motives. [Read More]
Kevin Cramer's entry into the North Dakota Senate race Friday ended a streak of GOP misses on sought-after candidates. [Read More]
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The new president spoke before a joint session of Congress. [Read More]
Raising hourly pay is a rallying cry for 2018, but states often fail to get workers the money that's owed them. [Read More]
"They are spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign — there is no collusion." [Read More]
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This is New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's first fundraiser for a congressional candidate. [Read More]
The survivors of the Parkland massacre are take action to stop mass shootings. Will we let them down, again? [Read More]
Trump and his allies have sought to publicly frame Friday's indictment as vindication for his claims that there was no collusion. [Read More]
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He defeated his rival, John Adams, the incumbent. [Read More]
The giant scrim that shields special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's work from Washington's nosy parkers opened slightly on Friday. [Read More]
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