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Once again, Republicans rely on Sen. Tim Scott to speak against racism

Scott, who is African American, is one of few Republican lawmakers talking about pervasive racial discrimination.

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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii says she will seek the 2020 Democratic nomination for president

The congresswoman made the announcement in an interview for a CNN show that was to air Saturday, the network said

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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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Gabbard, who is a voice for her party’s left on domestic issues and a critic of foreign military intervention, told CNN in an interview airing Saturday that she will enter the 2020 presidential race. In addition to being the first Hindu woman in Congress, Gabbard, 37, became its first female...

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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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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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The president’s consistent willingness to politicize law enforcement agencies has alarmed some national security experts.

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John Bolton and the muddled Syria withdrawal mess

There is just so much confusion here, completely of the administration’s own making.

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The IRS was unable to process a key form that lenders need to verify the employment and incomes of home loan applicants — a roadblock that could have brought the mortgage industry to a halt.

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Scott, who is African American, is one of few Republican lawmakers talking about pervasive racial discrimination.

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Beforehand, lawmakers sent a bill to President Trump to ensure that furloughed federal workers get back pay.

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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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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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