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  • A timeline of the Porter scandal engulfing the White House

    A timeline of the Porter scandal engulfing the White House0

    Who in the White House knew, and when did they know it? That is what reporters throughout Washington, D.C., and beyond are wondering after the resignation of White House staff secretary Rob Porter, who departed the West Wing after allegations of domestic abuse by his two ex-wives were made public. According to multiple reports, top

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  • Lawmakers press to reopen government, pass huge budget deal

    Lawmakers press to reopen government, pass huge budget deal0

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers were striving in the pre-dawn hours to reopen the federal government, shuttered since midnight after a rogue Senate Republican blocked a speedy vote on a massive, bipartisan, budget-busting spending deal. Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, protesting the return of trillion-dollar deficits on the watch of Republicans controlling Washington, blocked a vote on

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  • Why Trump’s parade will lead Republicans over a cliff

    Why Trump’s parade will lead Republicans over a cliff0

    Markets are careening all over the place. Congress is struggling, again, to keep the Capitol open. The White House is at war with the FBI, and the special counsel’s investigation into Russian influence is about to touch off a constitutional crisis. If you’re the president, what’s your next bold move? A parade, obviously. Not just

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  • Big budget deal in Senate hailed as ‘genuine breakthrough’

    Big budget deal in Senate hailed as ‘genuine breakthrough’0

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate leaders announced Wednesday they have sealed agreement on a two-year budget pact that would shower the Pentagon and domestic programs with almost $300 billion above existing limits, giving wins to both GOP defense hawks and Democrats seeking billions for infrastructure projects and combatting opioid abuse. The agreement is likely to be

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  • Trump says: ‘I’d love to see a shutdown’ if no immigration law

    Trump says: ‘I’d love to see a shutdown’ if no immigration law0

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he would welcome a federal government shutdown if Congress is not able to agree to changes in immigration law that he said would prevent criminals from entering the country. “If we don’t change the legislation, if we don’t get rid of these loopholes where killers

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  • Bannon will not testify before House committee on Tuesday: sources

    Bannon will not testify before House committee on Tuesday: sources0

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former White House senior strategist Steve Bannon will not testify before the Intelligence Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday, two sources said on Monday, despite a subpoena requiring him to appear. The panel wants Bannon to testify as part of its investigation of allegations that Russia sought to influence

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  • Donald Trump’s Company Threatens the UK with Investment Termination

    Donald Trump’s Company Threatens the UK with Investment Termination0

    Donald Trump Organization responds to the scheduled debate that will discuss a possible ban of the Republican contender’s entrance to the U.K. Trump’s proposal on restricting (and even banning) Muslims from coming to the U.S. caused a huge public response, resulting in two petitions. The first one, which suggests banning the politician from entering the

  • Highlights of Obama’s 2016 State of Union Address

    Highlights of Obama’s 2016 State of Union Address0

    On Jan. 12, President of the United States of America Barack Obama delivered his final speech at the Capitol. The full text of his speech is published on the official site of the White House. For the last time Barack Obama addressed the American people as the President of the Unites States. He delivered a

  • Top Most Probable Economic Predictions for 2016

    Top Most Probable Economic Predictions for 20160

    Everyone is now talking about the upcoming presidential elections, but what about the economic forecasts for 2016? In response to lower unemployment statistics this year the Federal Reserve is going to raise interest rates. However, many Americans have not recovered completely from negative effects of the economic slowdown yet. Besides, we should not count out

  • John Kerry Raises Possibility of Palestinian Authority Collapse

    John Kerry Raises Possibility of Palestinian Authority Collapse0

    Talking about the increasingly tense relationship between Palestine and Israel at the Saban Forum on the Middle East policy at the Brookings Institution in Washington, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that there was a big question about how long the Palestinian Authority (PA) could survive. The consequences of the collapse would be a

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