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President Donald Trump has demanded and received an apology from a Washington Post reporter over a photo of Trump's Florida rally on Friday.
President Trump urged voters to elect a Republican Senate candidate in Alabama who has been dogged by allegations of sexual misconduct.
Here's a list of some of the most high-profile exits of President Donald Trump's White House.
A Senate version of the tax bill would repeal Obamacare's rule requiring most Americans to have health insurance or pay a fine.
Dozens of lawmakers from high-tax blue states have pushed for more generous state and local tax deductions.
Two new polls set up what could be a dismal midterm election cycle for Republicans, Politico's Ben White says.
The spending bill will keep the government open until Dec. 22.
Powell joined the Trump administration during the presidential transition, and was seen as a close ally of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.
Moore later piled on, tweeting that "we can't Make America Great Again with another radical liberal in the Senate."
The Republican tax plan unfairly penalizes high-tax states and could negatively impact the nation's economy, Gov. Dannel Malloy told CNBC.
Cuomo, a Democrat known for his centrist approach to governing, is often mentioned as a potential candidate for president.
The former staffer said the congressman asked at least four times if she'd be willing to act as a surrogate in exchange for money.
Papadopoulos "will make a big difference" in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, fiancee Simona Mangiante tells ABC News.
The outlet had previously reported someone had sent members of the Trump campaign team information which was not publicly known.
Trump administration officials are concerned about the lack of wage growth in the economy, White House economic advisor Gary Cohn says.
Only 32 percent of the Americans surveyed approve of the president's performance, according to the latest poll from Pew Research Center.
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