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Trump's decision to block the Lattice deal is a warning to U.S. companies to "think twice," Mario Mancuso told CNBC.
Stone has said he communicated with Guccifer 2.0, the unnamed hacker who has taken credit for breaking into DNC email servers.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's candid thoughts on President Donald Trump got caught on a hot mic Thursday.
China opposes North Korea's nuclear weapons development, but wants the U.S. to restart long-stalled negotiations with North Korea.
Paul Ryan and top Republicans pumped the brakes on talk of an immigration deal between Donald Trump and Democrats.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson also discussed the fate of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal alongside British foreign minister Boris Johnson.
A Hillary Clinton book signing in New York shows where her supporters still stand, says National Review's Philip H. DeVoe.
Trump's case against the Iran deal from Obama's administration is more political and strategic, Vox reports.
As Trump extends the emergency into a third presidential administration, legal experts say a review is overdue, USA Today reports.
A mysterious, blaring noise affecting at least 21 U.S. victims in Cuba could be a "sonic attack."
Top congressional Democrats softened their assertion that they had reached a deal with President Donald Trump to protect dreamer immigrants.
But the White House budget director also says a characterization that a DACA deal is on the table is "fair."
Recent hostility to free trade makes no economic sense. We can’t win by protecting yesterday’s jobs at the cost of tomorrow’s.
Trump declares he did not reach an agreement with top congressional Democrats to shield about 800,000 young immigrants from deportation.
In a pair of late-night Twitter posts, President Donald Trump took swings at Hillary Clinton, his 2016 presidential competitor.
Top congressional Democrats said they reached a deal with President Donald Trump to shield about 800,000 young people from deportation. Trump denied it.
President Trump wants to get the rates down substantially but he's going to have a "tough time," Rep. Kurt Schrader, D-Ore., told CNBC.
The White House cited "national security concerns" in its decision to block the deal.
The independent senator's health-care legislation would effectively abolish the insurance industry and cover every adult U.S. resident.
The White House on Wednesday strongly suggested that former FBI Director James Comey broke the law.
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