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The president seems to have a soft spot for despots like Kim Jong Un and the Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte, NBC News reports.
Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said Democratic lawmakers want the government to close so they can make the administration look bad.
Trump wrote that the country "needs a good 'shutdown' in September" to fix what he called a "mess."
The measure — a draft version of which the White House backed away from earlier this year — would have given "broad exemptions" to claim religious objections.
The loss of Rep. Fred Upton's vote will make it even harder for the GOP to win passage of the already controversial bill.
Rep. Bill Shuster threatens that Congress will take action if airlines do not act, and he warns that they "would not like the outcome."
"Words matter, and I don't think he's figured that out yet," the Dallas Mavericks owner and "Shark Tank" investor says of Trump.
"We're entering an entirely new era," says Michael Wolff, author of "The Man Who Owns the News."
"This man has actually shot people in extrajudicial killings himself," a top Democrat says of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte.
"We're hoping that we're looking at days, not weeks at this point" to pass the bill, says Rep. Mark Meadows.
The billionaire says he wants President Trump to change his mind about pulling out of the Paris agreement.
Philadelphia City Council votes to change handlers of its $2 billion payroll account.
The Trump administration plans to replace Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry as chief overseer of federally chartered banks, The Wall Street Journal reported.
A Louisiana senator said he doesn't expect Senate to vote on GOP's health bill "as it is," Vox reports.
The Secret Service and some localities have strained to cover the costs of protecting President Trump and his family.
Economic and policy analysts have said Trump's erratic stances on trade and currency could actually be delaying job growth, NBC News reports.
Wall Street shuddered as President Trump, for the first time as resident of the White House, mused that he was considering breaking up the largest banks.
United Airlines executives will visit Capitol Hill to face lawmakers' questions about the forcible removal of a passenger on an overbooked flight.
Republicans who want take a heavy knife to many of the regulatory requirements for financial institutions will finally get their chance today.
U.S. strategic B-1B bombers flew over the Korean Peninsula this week in a joint drill with the South Korean air force, prompting a strong retort from North Korea.
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An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday.
Clinton and Trump agree on this issue, but they're both wrong about how to fix the problem, says Pinar Çebi Wilber.
There isn't a "chorus" behind Donald Trump's debate performance, experts told CNBC.