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Democrat Tulsi Gabbard announces 2020 run for president to take on Trump

Democrat Tulsi Gabbard announced on Friday that she would run for president in 2020, entering what is expected to be a crowded field.        

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Border wall: Trump eyes taking money from California flood projects to pay costs

The President has suggested he could divert funding by declaring an emergency, but critics in Congress promise a legal challenge to such a move.

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Guest Commentary: Trump left an opening in his wall to actually discuss border security

During his oval office address, President Trump painted a dire picture of the southwest border, which has left him no choice but to shut down the government. The president’s speech was, however, a sleight of hand that obscures the real dispute and misrepresents the issues at the border.

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‘An emergency cannot be whatever a president says an emergency is,’ said Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.), as Democrats take steps to defend against any declaration.

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Ivanka Trump reportedly being considered to head World Bank

President Trump’s eldest daughter and top aide, Ivanka Trump, is reportedly among a list of names submitted to the Treasury Department as a possible candidate to head the World Bank. Ivanka is being considered for the position as current World Bank president, Jim Yong Kim, recently announced he is...

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Commentary: Trump has never known how to work with Congress

Why re-litigate 40-year-old news articles and four-year-old news conferences? Because it's worth remembering that Trump at no time was prepared to manage the process of passing legislation through the House and the Senate.

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It’s wrong to use the threat that he might ignore Congress and last November’s midterm election results as leverage in continuing negotiations.

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AP Top Stories January 11 P

Here are the top stories for Friday, Jan. 11th: Trump holds off on declaring 'national emergency;' Arrest made in abduction of Wisconsin teen; Canada to grant asylum to Saudi woman; Heavy snow creates havoc in Europe.         

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Donald Trump tweets that national champion Clemson football team will visit White House

The national champion Clemson Tigers football team will visit the White House on Jan. 14, President Donald Trump announced in a tweet Friday.         

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Donald Trump tweets that national champion Clemson football team will visit White House

The national champion Clemson Tigers football team will visit the White House on Jan. 14, President Donald Trump announced in a tweet Friday.         

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Bill on federal workers’ back pay in shutdown heads to Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is edging closer to declaring a national emergency to pay for his long-promised U.S.-Mexico border wall as pressure mounts to end the three-week impasse that has closed parts of the government and deprived hundreds of thousands of workers of their salaries.

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President Trump backs away from declaring national emergency as furloughed federal workers miss first paycheck; reaction and analysis from the 'Special Report' All-Stars.

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Congress approves back pay — eventually — for furloughed federal employees

President Trump is expected to approve back pay for those sent home because of the partial government shutdown, once they go back to work.

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Comienza la retirada de las tropas estadounidenses de Siria

El pasado 19 de diciembre, Trump comunicó su decisión de retirarse de Siria

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Comienza la retirada de las tropas estadounidenses de Siria

El pasado 19 de diciembre, Trump comunicó su decisión de retirarse de Siria

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Comienza la retirada de las tropas estadounidenses de Siria

El pasado 19 de diciembre, Trump comunicó su decisión de retirarse de Siria

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New York Times: FBI investigated whether Trump was secretly working for Russia just days after James Comey's firing.

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Donald Trump says he’s a great negotiator. But on the shutdown, he’s struggling.

He could have had $25 billion for his wall on the U.S. southern border. Instead, he has a federal shutdown.

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