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There's no secret about which of the two American presidents German Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet Thursday she likes the most. [Read More]
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Former President Barack Obama discussed health care, immigration and faith during a joint appearance with German Chancellor Angela Merkel before a huge crowd in Berlin Thursday. [Read More]
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Former President Barack Obama discussed health care, immigration and faith during a joint appearance with German Chancellor Angela Merkel huge crowd in Berlin Thursday. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump may have nothing to hide when it comes to alleged links between his campaign and Russia -- but he is behaving in a way that makes it look like he does. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump called two top intelligence community figures to request that they deny in public any evidence of collusion between his campaign and the... [Read More]
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Former President Barack Obama will sit side-by-side with German Chancellor Angela Merkel Thursday in the first event of what will eventually become his worldwide program to inspire young people to create change. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump is taking almost his entire White House team with him on his crucial first foreign trip -- a highly ambitious nine-day tour with stops in Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy and Belgium. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump is abroad for the first time as commander in chief, undertaking an ambitious agenda of diplomacy in a nine-day, five-country trip. He's taken almost his entire senior team with him. [Read More]
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Given his current political fortunes, if President Donald Trump's crucial first foreign trip passes off without a disaster, it will be considered a success. [Read More]
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Given his current political fortunes, if President Donald Trump's crucial first foreign trip passes off without a disaster, it will be considered a success. [Read More]
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Given his current political fortunes, if President Donald Trump's crucial first foreign trip passes off without a disaster, it will be considered a success. The President embarks on a journey Friday to Saudi Arabia, Israel and global summits in Italy and Belgium, after one of the most tumultuous and damaging weeks any President has had to endure. The appointment of a special counsel to investigate whether there was any collusion between Trump aides and the Kremlin's election hacking... [Read More]
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Given his current political fortunes, if President Donald Trump's crucial first foreign trip passes off without a disaster, it will be considered a success. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump warned that the special counsel investigation into alleged links between his 2016 campaign and Russia's election hacking "hurts our... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump lashed out Thursday at the appointment of a special counsel -- made by his own Justice Department -- to oversee the federal investigation into Russian interference in... [Read More]
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A bad day for the White House could turn out to be a good day for justice and democratic accountability and institutions. [Read More]
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America faces a fateful choice: Does it believe Donald Trump or James Comey? [Read More]
President Donald Trump asked James Comey to end the investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn, a request documented in a memo written by... [Read More]
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The crisis-battered White House battled to avert what one top GOP senator warns is a "downward spiral" on Tuesday, following reports that President Donald Trump divulged highly classified information to two top Russian officials during an Oval Office visit. [Read More]
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The crisis-battered White House battled to avert what one top GOP senator warns is a "downward spiral" on Tuesday, following reports that President Donald Trump divulged highly classified information to two top Russian officials during an Oval Office visit. [Read More]
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The crisis-battered White House battled to avert what one top GOP senator warns is a "downward spiral" on Tuesday, following reports that President Donald Trump divulged highly classified information to two top Russian visitors to the Oval Office. Rising concern and mystification among senior Republicans on Capitol Hill about the chaos raging at the White House added to the administration's struggle to explain the President's actions in his meeting last week with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Moscow's ambassador... [Read More]
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