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Mattis: Putin ‘Attempts to Undermine America’s Moral Authority’ and ‘Shatter NATO’

Defense Secretary James Mattis warned graduates at the Naval War College in Newport, R.I., today that Russian President Vladi

Facebook Exec Details ‘Path Toward More Quality News’ Without ‘Becoming a News Organization’

WASHINGTON – Campbell Brown, head of global news partnerships at Facebook, said the original news content that Facebook is

Manafort, Russian Associate Now Face Obstruction of Justice Charges

WASHINGTON -- The third superseding indictment against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is the first from special

France’s Macron Threatens G7 Could Issue G6 Agreements If U.S. Picks Isolationism

France and Canada displayed a unified front ahead of Friday and Saturday's G7 summit, with French President Emmanuel Macron s

Manafort Accused of Witness Tampering Ahead of Trials

Special counsel Robert Mueller is asking the court to revoke former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort's house arrest and

On-Again, Off-Again North Korea Summit May Be on Again

The on-again, off-again planned summit between North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and President Trump seems to be back on agai

Pompeo: No Regime Change in Iran, But Regime Must ‘Behave Like a Normal Nation’

WASHINGTON -- Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Voice of America Persian today that a goal of U.S. policy toward Iran after

Sen. Harris Proposes 50 Percent Cut to Immigration Detention Center Beds

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) said Congress should pass a bill that would reduce the number of beds in immigration detention

Gas Prices Highest Since 2014 Heading Into Memorial Day Weekend

AAA reported Tuesday that gas prices heading into the Memorial Day weekend are the highest since 2014 after a 12-cent jump in

Pelosi ‘Not Hopeful’ Trump Will Reach Agreement with Kim Jong-un

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said she is “not hopeful” that President Trump is going to be able to reach

Commerce Secretary: ‘Trade Tit-for-Tat’ with China Won’t be ‘Life Threatening’ to U.S.

WASHINGTON – U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross downplayed concerns of a trade war with China but said “a trade tit-for-

NY Times David Brooks Admits He Likes a Lot of Things Trump Has Done

ARLINGTON, Va. – New York Times columnist David Brooks said President Trump’s support “has not wanted at all” and tha

ISIS Claims Deadly Paris Stabbing Spree

ISIS claimed responsibility for a Saturday evening knife attack in Paris that killed one person just a few days before the st

Kerry: ‘We Should All Hope the World Can Preserve the Nuclear Agreement’

Former Secretary of State John Kerry, who led the State Department when the P5+1 agreement was forged in 2015, said in respon

Celebrities Endorse Lowering Voting Age to 16

Entertainers visiting the nation’s capital expressed support for lowering the voting age from 18 to 16.

Conway on Possible Midterm Blue Wave: ‘Our Eyes Are Wide Open’ at the White House

Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Trump, argued that the Democratic Party does not have a “cohesive message” to ta

Pelosi: Trump Might Qualify for Nobel Peace Prize; ‘Let’s See How It Goes’

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said President Trump could qualify for the Nobel Peace Prize depending on the

Top Dem Says Paul Ryan Should ‘Open His Heart,’ Listen to Pope on DACA

The chairman of the House Democratic Caucus argued today that House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) should listen to Pope Francis

Facebook’s 20,000 Content Reviewers Bring ‘Bias to Work’

Congresswoman argues that lawmaker should consider “guardrails” to prevent content that might offend certain people for p

Republicans Push for Vote to Make Tax Cuts Permanent

“I don’t believe we should rest on our laurels," said Cruz. "We accomplished a great deal in 2017 but we need to keep mov

Iowa Joins States Preemptively Moving Against Sanctuary Cities

Even though South Carolina, like Iowa, doesn’t have any sanctuary cities yet, the state Senate passed a budget amendment Th

Former Obama Defense, CIA Chief: U.S. Has Really Never Had a Strategy on Syria

U.S. "reactive to the moment and to the crisis without thinking about what is our strategy in Syria, and as a result of that

House Conservative: Trade War Risks Being a Jimmy Carter Policy Mistake

"We saw what happened to the economy here in the United States when Jimmy Carter on Jan. 4, 1980, embargoed the grain that wa

Sen. Mike Lee: Federal Government Has Made Opioid Crisis Worse

“There is strong evidence that the government has itself done substantial harm by, among other things, paying for a flood o

Addition of Citizenship Question to Census Heading to the Courts

Commerce Dept. said Ross "determined that obtaining complete and accurate information to meet this legitimate government purp