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EPA will move to label chemical found in drinking water 'hazardous'

(WASHINGTON) -- Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt says the agency will move to regulate as "hazardous" a type of harmful chemical found in the drinking water of millions of Americans, calling it a "national priority."

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'If they had spies in my campaign, that would be a disgrace to this country': Trump

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump continued to fuel GOP accusations that an informant was embedded in his presidential campaign for political purposes, saying Tuesday that “a lot of people are saying” there were spies.

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White House sinkhole engulfs DC Twitter feeds

(WASHINGTON) -- Reporters have filled Twitter feeds with jokes and puns about th... Read More

House conservatives want second special counsel to investigate alleged DOJ 'misconduct'

(WASHINGTON) -- A group of House Republicans called Tuesday for the appointment of a second special counsel to investigate concerns about the Department of Justice and FBI, just days after Trump first called for an investigation into whether his camp... Read More

DHS secretary 'not aware' Putin tried to help Trump win 2016 election

(WASHINGTON) -- Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen raised eyebrows Tuesday when she told reporters on Capitol Hill that she is "not aware" of a conclusion by the U.S. intelligence community that Russian President Vladimir Putin sought to he... Read More

Woman who claims Missouri governor tried to blackmail her with nude photos breaks her silence

(ST. LOUIS) -- The hair stylist who claims Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens used partially nude photos of her to blackmail her into keeping quiet about their love affair told a St. Louis TV station, "I'm not lying."

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‘To not do anything is a tragedy’: Mom who lost son to gun violence runs for Congress

(NEW YORK) -- As the nation watched Friday's high school shooting unfold in Texas – the sixth since the attack in Parkland, Fla. – Lucy McBath was on the campaign trail in Georgia.

She knew what the parents were going through.<... Read More

White House pushes back on report that Trump's cell phones not secure

(WASHINGTON) -- The White House is forcefully pushing back on a report that asserts that President Donald Trump’s cell phones are not equipped with sufficiently advanced security features and that the president has resisted efforts to swap out ... Read More

Trump associate could have lied to House Intelligence Committee, Democrat says

(WASHINGTON) -- House Democrats could ask the Department of Justice to prosecute Blackwater founder Erik Prince on charges he misled Congress about his relationship with the Trump campaign, amid new reports about foreign efforts to influence the camp... Read More

Southern primaries bring Democratic battles to the forefront

(NEW YORK) -- The Democratic Party is still getting its footing this primary season in its quest to capitalize on a favorable political environment and retake the U.S. House, U.S. Senate, and governorships across the country this November.

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Key takeaways from John McCain's new book 'The Restless Wave'

(WASHINGTON) -- Sen. John McCain is nothing if not outspoken.

And the Arizona Republican is true to his reputation in his new book, "The Restless Wave: Good times, Just Causes, Great Fights, and Other Appreciations," in which he provides i... Read More

Trump meets with Rosenstein after 'demand' DOJ 'look into' whether campaign 'infiltrated'

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump met Monday at the White House with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray a day after he tweeted that he would "demand" the Justice Department investigate whether his 2016 presi... Read More

CIA Director Gina Haspel expresses a special thank you to two young girls

(WASHINGTON) -- Even as CIA Director Gina Haspel thanked President Donald Trump at her swearing-in Monday and spoke of becoming the first woman to head the intelligence agency, she said she owed a debt to all the women who had served before her and t... Read More

RNC paid half a million to law firm representing Hope Hicks in Russia probe

(WASHINGTON) -- The Republican National Committee has paid nearly half a million dollars to a law firm representing former White House communications director Hope Hicks in the ongoing Russia investigation, Federal Election Commission records show.Read More