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White House officials are bracing for fallout from disappointed Republicans whose support President Donald Trump needs to govern.
Statues dedicated to Confederate heroes were removed across Baltimore in the small hours of Wednesday morning, The New York Times reports.
The more President Donald Trump reveals his character, the more isolated he becomes from the American mainstream.
The former Clinton Treasury secretary and ex-Obama economic aide says he's surprised no officials of Trump's administration have resigned.
"Customers respect it when you take a stand and say you're on the side of right," GOP strategist Joe Watkins says.
While Trump was responding to Charlottesville, North Korea walked back a nuclear threat on Guam, Vox reports.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell narrowly escaped humiliation at the hands of Alabama’s voters, Vox reports.
The photo was taken during the Q&A session, according to NBC News' Kristin Donnelly, who tweeted the image.
The former Republican presidential nominee was the latest to criticize Trump's response to the white nationalist rally in Virginia.
President Donald Trump adamantly defended his response to the deadly white nationalist rally in Virginia in a chaotic news conference.
White House officials did not expect President Donald Trump to hold a news conference in Trump Tower on Tuesday.
Obama's tweet in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, is making history.
President Donald Trump took questions from the press in a combative news conference on Tuesday.
Amid the political chaos of the last few days, the White House's chief economic advisor, Gary Cohn, said Tuesday that tax reform can happen this year.
Iran could abandon its nuclear deal "within hours" if the U.S. imposes any more new sanctions, Iranian President Rouhani said on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday slammed the three chief executives who left his manufacturing council as "grandstanders."
The president may want to check his "facts" on Merck, which he accused of "taking jobs out of the U.S."
A defense spending bill may get "kicked down the road" again as Congress grapples with other pressing issues, analysts say.
Luther Strange failed to get a majority in a Republican primary for the U.S. Senate seat and now faces a runoff.
Insurers expected to receive $10 billion in federal payments in 2018, but they could raise premiums sharply if the money ends.
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