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Trump tied the U.K. crime report to his efforts to restrict travel from several predominantly Muslim countries.
To Trump supporters, it is the critics and reporters who are distorting reality, taking Trump's statements out of context, USA Today reports.
While the CNBC Fed Survey says nearly half expect Trump to nominate Jay Powell, Wall Street thinks he should name Yellen.
Senators will now have to reconcile their budget resolution with a starkly different one passed by the House.
White House chief of staff John Kelly said that President Donald Trump had done the best he could in calling the widow of a slain U.S. Army sergeant killed in Niger.
Three senators begin a bipartisan push to rein in the political ads that appear on social media platforms.
The General Accounting Office is calling on Congress to start fixing the problem.
The former president warns of "nationalism distorted into nativism" and says the country has "forgotten the dynamism" of immigration.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo on Thursday said the Trump administration can make it harder for Iran to meddle in regional affairs.
House Speaker Paul Ryan hit President Donald Trump with some zingers during a comedic address at a New York charity dinner Thursday night.
President Trump will interview Yellen on Thursday about staying on as Fed chair.
Protesters shouted "Go home Nazis" as a white nationalist gave a speech on Thursday at the University of Florida.
Nearly two dozen big companies plan to demand a path for young immigrants living in the country illegally to get permanent residency.
It could be a cold, snowy winter in parts of the northern US, but a bit milder than usual in the South.
The individual mandate requires most people to have health insurance or pay a fine.
The IRS' new policy, which will bolster compliance with Obamacare, comes as the Trump administration takes actions to undercut the law.
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