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Mueller issues subpoena to Deutsche Bank in Russia probe

(WASHINGTON) -- Special counsel Robert Mueller has issued a subpoena to Germany’s largest bank, in a possible sign the investigation into Russian election interference may be expanding toward the finances of President Donald Trump or other indi... Read More

'Country over Party': GOP Sen. Jeff Flake writes check to Alabama Democrat Doug Jones

(WASHINGTON) -- Arizona GOP Sen. Jeff Flake tweeted a photo Tuesday night showing a check for $100 addressed to the U.S. Senate campaign of Alabama Democrat Doug Jo... Read More

White House lawyer, Ty Cobb, says no 'strategy' to claim president can't 'obstruct justice’

(WASHINGTON) -- The controversial legal defense offered by President Trump's personal attorney John Dowd yesterday that the president cannot be guilty of obstructions of justice because he is the nation’s top law enforcement official has come u... Read More

Nevada Democrat accused of sexual misconduct says he won't resign

(WASHINGTON) -- Amid allegations of sexual harassment, embattled freshman Democratic Rep. Ruben Kihuen vowed he will not resign from his post, despite calls from Democratic leaders that he step aside.

Instead, Kihuen is digging in with a s... Read More

Rep. Conyers announces he's retiring, endorses son to fill seat

(DETROIT) -- Facing multiple allegations of sexual harassment, veteran Rep. John Conyers Jr., D-Mich., announced on Tuesday he is retiring.

Conyers, 88, confirmed the news on Mildred Gaddis’ radio show, calling in from a hospital in ... Read More

Yes, a president can obstruct justice, legal experts say, but cite limits to possible charges

(NEW YORK) -- Legal scholars are pushing back against a claim by one of President Donald Trump's personal lawyers that his client "cannot obstruct justice" because of his role as the country’s “chief law enforcement officer.”
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No 'wins on the board yet' for US foreign policy, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says

(WASHINGTON) -- Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told U.S. diplomats in Brussels Tuesday that they have yet to achieve foreign policy “wins” since he took over the State Department nearly a year ago.

Speaking to diploma... Read More

Billy Bush 'infuriated' that Trump reportedly questioned authenticity of 'Access Hollywood' tape

(NEW YORK) -- In his first interview since President Donald Trump reportedly denied making vulgar comments while on an “Access Hollywood” bus in 2005, Billy Bush said he was “infuriated” by the president’s recent behavio... Read More

Republican National Committee reverses course, will support Roy Moore in Senate race

(WASHINGTON) -- The Republican National Committee is following in the footsteps of President Donald Trump and supporting Alabama senatorial candidate Roy Moore, according to an RNC official.

The official confirmed to ABC News that the part... Read More

What Trump has said about Michael Flynn since firing him

(WASHINGTON) -- "Wonderful" and "fine" are among the adjectives President Donald Trump has used to describe his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn. Trump has also defended Flynn as someone who "was just doing his job,” despite his ... Read More

Paul Manafort worked with Russian intel-connected individual special prosecutors allege

(WASHINGTON) -- Paul Manafort was working with a Russian intelligence-connected individual as recently as last week, special prosecutors allege.

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team is rejecting Paul Manafort’s request to modi... Read More

Republicans move closer to clearing tax reform

(WASHINGTON) -- The House voted Monday evening to go to conference with the Senate on the Republican tax bill, the latest step to advance the measure and get it to President Donald Trump’s desk to sign into law by the end of the year.

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Trump urging longest-serving Republican senator to run for re-election

(SALT LAKE CITY) -- President Trump is going all-in to encourage the longest-serving Republican senator, 83-year-old Orrin Hatch of Utah, to run for an eighth term.

"You are a true fighter, Orrin, I have to say," Trump said Monday during h... Read More

Trump announces major changes for Bears Ears, Grand Staircase monuments

(SALT LAKE CITY) -- President Donald Trump announced Monday that two national monuments in Utah will be drastically reduced in size, despite the objections of Native American groups who want the land to remain protected.

The Bears Ears Nat... Read More