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President Donald Trump approved payment of a $2 million bill issued by North Korea for the care of Otto Warmbier, who returned to the U.S. in a coma, The Washington Post reported Thursday. Trump tweeted that "no money was paid to North Korea."
Huawei has faced mounting political pressure as the U.S. asks other countries to block the Chinese firm from being involved in 5G networks.
A study analyzing 2020 candidate Elizabeth Warren's student debt relief plan may reduce concerns about a windfall for the wealthiest Americans.
Trump administration puts expansion on hold after a federal judge shot down its attempt to overturn President Obama's Arctic drilling ban.
Biden already has a number of advantages over his opponents in the swing state, which holds 20 votes in the electoral college.
Andrew Cuomo, who has raised millions of dollars during his campaigns over the years, has indicated to associates in recent days that he will be opening his fundraising apparatus exclusively to Joe Biden, sources say.
"I cannot be satisfied by simply saying I'm sorry for what happened to you," Hill told The New York Times.
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden "now will be devoting all their time and effort to the presidential campaign," board chair Ted Kaufman said on Thursday.
Obama is unlikely to endorse him or anyone else until candidates have a chance to make their cases directly to the voters, a source familiar with the former president's thinking told CNBC.
The first primary isn't until February, but there's no shortage of Democratic contenders hoping to take on President Trump in 2020.
"If I wanted to fire Mueller, I didn't need McGahn to do it, I could have done it myself," Trump says in a tweet storm.
Less than three hours earlier, Biden announced his 2020 bid in a video that attacked Trump.
Biden, 76, starts out the race to take on President Trump as the favorite among Democratic voters, consistently taking the top spot in early polling.
The 76-year-old Biden joins a large and diverse field of some 20 Democrats hoping to become president in 2020.
Surveys show the former vice president leading Sen. Bernie Sanders by significant margins, with the potential to gain even more of a lead with a post-announcement bump in the polls.
Trump's embattled Federal Reserve board pick Stephen Moore is comparing reaction to his nomination to that of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.