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Trump's chief of staff finds himself under intense scrutiny over how he has handled domestic abuse allegations against top aide Rob Porter.
In their push to take back the House, the minority party will now take aim at 101 seats held by the GOP, according to NBC.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi staged an eight-hour speech to force a House vote on protections for the "Dreamer" immigrants.
Under President Trump, a federal office created by President Obama to improve government use of technology is shrinking fast.
President Trump believes an FBI text message exchange proves that the FBI was conspiring against him but that's not the case, Vox explains.
President Donald Trump turned to Twitter on Wednesday to praise a deal on government spending struck by bipartisan Senate leaders.
Senate leaders brokered a long-sought budget agreement that would shower the Pentagon and domestic programs with an extra $300 billion over the next two years.
U.S. officials have said there is no evidence that any states' voter registration rolls were tampered with.
The deal would include increases in military spending, with slightly smaller increases for domestic programs.
This wasn't how the party of fiscal prudence intended to govern.
Porter, who denies the allegations, is said to have lashed out at both women during their respective honeymoons.
In one text, one FBI official told another that President Barack Obama wanted to "know everything" the FBI was doing.
The Obama-era Cabinet member said he would decide by the end of the year whether or not to run for office.
A new report from Democratic senators says companies have repurchased $97 billion in stock since Jan. 1.
The president appears to be upset with markets, which have swung wildly over the past few days.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi will oppose an emerging Senate spending deal unless she gets a commitment on immigration.
Trump called for a government shutdown even as bipartisan Senate leaders sounded optimistic about reaching a Senate deal.
Senate leaders could announce an agreement to boost spending for defense and domestic programs as soon as Wednesday.
The bill in its current form has little chance of passing the Senate.
The vice president called North Korea the planet's most tyrannical regime on Wednesday.
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