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GOP Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona plans to give a speech, comparing Trump's comments on the media to those of Soviet Dictator Joseph Stalin.
President Donald Trump said he is "not a racist" despite reports of his derogatory comments about immigrants from Haiti and Africa.
California has potential to be America's largest cannabis market — and with Sessions' actions, one of the most under-served.
The Republican-controlled Congress faces a January 19 deadline to keep the government open.
The president signed a proclamation in honor of Martin Luther King Jr., but he ignored questions from the press pool.
Trump disavowed the nuclear deal months earlier.
President Donald Trump on Friday denied reports that called Haiti and El Salvador "s---hole countries."
Paul Ryan said Friday he does not think the chamber will pass Social Security or Medicare reform this year.
Trump got rebuked by Sen. Dick Durbin for denying that he called some developing nations "s---holes."
The tables lay out how much tax to withhold or not withhold from paychecks. With these new guidelines, companies can start adjusting employee paychecks.
On Friday, Dick Durbin told reporters that Trump's tweeted denial of using "s---hole" is "not true."
Trump denied the comments in a stream of tweets Friday morning.
A bipartisan group of senators has struck a deal on a DACA solution.
Trump says he wants a good deal or a "Trump deal" on NAFTA as negotiations continue, he told The Wall Street Journal.
The president also suggested that the U.S. let in more people from countries like Norway.
Two-thirds of voters call the economy "excellent" or "good," but only 36 percent approve of President Trump's performance.
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