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McGahn, who is replaced by veteran Washington lawyer Pat Cipollone, said goodbye to President Trump on Wednesday, sources said.

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The party seizes on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s comments about changing entitlement programs.

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The president has repeatedly emphasized oil, arms sales and the dissident journalist’s Saudi citizenship as reasons for moving slowly on his disappearance and suspected death.

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Florida instituted a stricter building code after Hurricane Andrew, but homes built beyond those standards survived Michael.

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Democratic candidates for Congress have raised a record-shattering $1 billion this election

This year’s midterm election could become the costliest congressional election cycle in U.S. history.

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A Manhattan condominium called “Trump Place” is the latest in a string of properties that have distanced themselves from the president since the 2016 election.

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Both Ellison, the Democratic candidate for Minnesota attorney general, and his ex-wife opposed unsealing the documents.

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In an interview with Reuters, the Senate majority leader said Republicans may try once again to repeal the health care law if they gain enough seats in November’s election.

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Critics, on the other hands, think the senator and presidential contender played into the hands of President Trump.

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When a CBS News correspondent tried to question Kushner aboard a plane, an agent told him, “I don’t give a damn who you are, there’s a time and a place,” according to a video of the incident.

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The Fix’s midterm Senate rankings: Heidi Heitkamp’s seat is the most likely to flip

Democrats will need to win most or all of the seats on the list to have a chance to take back the Senate.

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Congress would have to approve his proposals, which lawmakers repeatedlyhave brushed aside.

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