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12 senators break with President Trump, vote to end his border emergency; veto expected

Thwarting President Donald Trump on his signature domestic policy issue, the Republican-controlled Senate voted to block his national emergency.         

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Hire Hillary Clinton's Campaign Advisor to Head Communications Team

Hillary Clinton‘s former campaign advisor is trading politics for the palace. Amid the creation of a new office for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry – a break from their previous joint “court” at Kensington Palace with Kate Middleton and Prince William – the royal parents-to-be have...

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) " The Trump administration is finalizing plans to ease restrictions on oil and gas drilling and other industries that were meant to protect an imperiled bird species that ranges across the American West, federal officials said Thursday.U.S. Bureau of Land Management Acting...

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The North Carolina senator, who is up for reelection in 2020, wrote a Washington Post op-ed last month against executive overreach. Facing political pressure, he stood with Trump.

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Clearly, Judge Amy Berman Jackson, an Obama appointee and politically biased hack, should never have been allowed to sit in judgment of the Paul Manafort and Roger Stone cases ("Trump's ex-lawyer slams Obama-appointed judge for Manafort sentence: 'hysterical overreach,'" Web, March 13). Paul...

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Trump receives Shamrock Bowl from Irish PM

President Donald Trump received a Shamrock Bowl as part of day long festivities with Ireland's Prime Minister Leo Varadkar to celebrate an early St. Patrick's Day. (March 14)         

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President Donald Trump declared a national emergency on Feb. 15 to reallocate about $7 billion for his promised border wall. In the wake of his announcement, there’s been a flurry of lawsuits filed in federal courts from Washington D.C. to California. The primary argument in the suits is that the...

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WASHINGTON (AP) " In a stunning rebuke, a dozen defecting Republicans joined Senate Democrats to block the national emergency that President Donald Trump declared so he could build his border wall with Mexico. The rejection capped a week of confrontation with the White House as both parties in...

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Nuclear industry pushing for fewer inspections at plants

The nuclear power industry is pushing the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to cut back on inspections at nuclear power plants and throttle back what it tells the public about plant problems. The agency, whose board is dominated by Trump appointees, is listening.

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Twitter Pummels Zany Trump Gestures After He Bashes Beto O'Rourke's 'Crazy' Hands

"At least Beto’s hand movements don’t include grabbing p%#$&, so he’s got that going for him," snarked one Twitter wit.

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Actually, we can’t afford not to build the Wall

President Trump launched another battle for border security on Monday, calling for $8.6 billion in funding for the Wall in his proposed federal budget for next year. Predictably, top Democrats came out swinging, bashing a border wall as “expensive and ineffective.” Truth is, the Democrats...

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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross defends citizenship question on 2020 census

The Supreme Court will soon decide whether the Trump administration can add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.         

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17 states sue Trump administration over census

Seventeen states, the District of Columbia and six cities are suing the U.S. government, saying a plan to add a citizenship demand to the census questionnaire is unconstitutional. (April 3)         

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17 states sue Trump administration over census

Seventeen states, the District of Columbia and six cities are suing the U.S. government, saying a plan to add a citizenship demand to the census questionnaire is unconstitutional. (April 3)         

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