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Attorney General Jeff Sessions recently told the White House he might have to leave his job if President Donald Trump fired his deputy, Rod Rosenstein, who oversees the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, according to people familiar with the exchange. Sessions made his position known in a phone call to White House counsel Donald McGahn last weekend, as Trump's fury at Rosenstein peaked after the deputy attorney general approved the FBI's raid April 9 on the president's personal attorney Michael Cohen. Sessions's message to the White House, which has not previously been reported, underscores the political... [Read More]
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As details about what was accomplished in Helsinki remain sketchy, Trump calls it "a great success." [Read More]
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An inspector general's report found that the agency's response to Flint was hobbled by delays and poor coordination between state and federal officials. [Read More]
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The abrupt cuts effective July 1 caught patients and providers across Kentucky off guard and caused widespread disruption for patients.        ... [Read More]
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