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Ford 's lawyer agreed Saturday to testify before Congress about her allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her.        ... [Read More]
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Garrett Ventry, who served as a communications adviser to Grassley, has denied allegations of improper conduct. [Read More]
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The woman who's accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault has agreed to testify before a Senate panel. [Read More]
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President Trump's State Department faces a massive Russian disinformation campaign, as Vladimir Putin tries to destabilize Western-style democracies. [Read More]
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A new agency created to counter Russian disinformation around the globe struggles with funding and has no clear mandate from the Trump administration. [Read More]
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World leaders are bracing for President Trump's appearance at the United Nations next week, where confrontation is likely to take center stage. [Read More]
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Ford 's lawyer agreed Saturday to testify before Congress about her allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her. [Read More]
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Ford 's lawyer agreed Saturday to testify before Congress about her allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her. [Read More]
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The number of terrorist attacks worldwide fell 23 percent in 2017 and the number of deaths dipping 27 percent, a State Department report says. [Read More]
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White House memo: Trump to tell UN Security Council next week it must find new ways to punish countries that do not limit weapons of... [Read More]
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White House memo: Trump to tell UN Security Council next week it must find new ways to punish countries that do not limit weapons of... [Read More]
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Next year's cap on refugees is down from 45,000 set last year, which was already the lowest since Congress passed the Refugee Act in 1980. [Read More]
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Next year's cap on refugees is down from 45,000 set last year, which was already the lowest since Congress passed the Refugee Act in 1980. [Read More]
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Next year's cap on refugees is down from 45,000 set last year, which was already the lowest since Congress passed the Refugee Act in 1980. [Read More]
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Former Secretary of State John Kerrysaid in a pair of recent interviews that he had met with Iran's foreign minister since leaving his post.      ... [Read More]
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Lawmakers in both parties are increasingly alarmed by America's support for a bombing campaign in Yemen that has left many civilians dead, including kids... [Read More]
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Lawmakers in both parties are increasingly alarmed by America's support for a bombing campaign in Yemen that has left many civilians dead, including kids... [Read More]
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Lawmakers in both parties are increasingly alarmed by America's support for a bombing campaign in Yemen that has left many civilians dead, including kids... [Read More]
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Trump signed a sweeping executive order authorizing the U.S. to impose sanctions on individuals or countries that try to interfere in U.S. elections. [Read More]
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The Trump administration dismissed reports that Russia was involved in mysterious "attacks" against some U.S. government personnel in Cuba and China. [Read More]
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