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Speier 'troubled' by Trump's behavior regarding Putin

Rep. Jackie Speier, D-CA, said President Donald Trump has done everything "in President Putin's playbook."

Democrats consider subpoena for Trump's interpreter in Putin meeting

This comes amid allegations that the president took the notes from an interpreter after a meeting with the Russian president

Trump said he's not looking to call national emergency over wall funding

The president rejected a call from Sen. Lindsey Grahama, R-SC, to end the shutdown by calling a national emergency.

Trump said he's not looking to call national emergency over wall funding

The president rejected a call from Sen. Lindsey Grahama, R-SC, to end the shutdown by calling a national emergency.

Trump: 'I never worked for Russia'

The president called the reporting a 'big, fat hoax' in remarks on Monday.

TSA worker: 'It's bad'

A TSA worker, who declined to be identified, said he's making ends meet by dipping into his savings. But he has four children, and he can't do this forever.

Shutdown becomes longest in history

As the partial government shutdown slipped into the record books Saturday as the longest ever, members of Congress were out of town, no negotiations were schedu

Sarah Sanders: Rosenstein only planned on staying two years

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders seems to confirm news about the DOJ's assistant AG's future departure.

Pompeo visits Middle East amid shifting Syria policy

Some wonder if the secretary of state can reassure allies amid competing statements about Syria.

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Bolton adds caveats to Syria withdrawal

U.S. national security adviser John Bolton said that the U.S. will withdraw from Syria in a way that makes sure ISIS is defeated.

Banks try to help during shutdown

Several financial institutions are making special accommodations for the roughly 800,000 federal employees who have been furloughed or working without pay since

US being held in Moscow; Trump says 'We're looking into that'

Paul Whelan is accused by Russia of espionage

Flake agrees with Romney's assessment of Trump's character

Outgoing Sen. Jeff Flake, R-AZ, said in part, "In terms of the character issues that Mitt Romney spoke of we really haven't seen much gain there."

Trump to meet with lawmakers in shutdown deal effort

Amid a partial government shutdown, the president is set to meet with lawmakers to try to get money for his wall.

Trump: No end to gov't shutdown without wall

Trump said of the government shutdown: " I can tell you it's not going to be open until we have a wall."

President Trump, first lady extend season's greetings

President Donald Trump and Melania Trump gives warm wishes to Americans in a video released on Twitter.

Trump answer Christmas call from child, questions Santa belief

"Are you still a believer in Santa? Because at 7, it's marginal right?" President Donald Trump told a child on Christmas Eve.

In Christmas message, Mattis thanks troops

Defense Secretary James Mattis salutes the troops in a Christmas video message. Mattis leaves office at the end of the year.

Christmas 2018: Government shutdown continues, while Americans cope with regular life

In the U.S., some are hoping for Christmas miracles and a Happy New Year.

Tariffs, Supreme Court fight, Russia probe among political highlights of 2018

It was a volatile year that saw some economic highs and political in-fighting lows around a Supreme Court nominee, all under the microscope of a special counsel

Schumer: 'President Trump, you own the shutdown'

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer pointed out that President Donald Trump has previously took ownership of the looming government shutdown last week.

McConnell introduces stopgap measure to fund gov't

A measure that the Senate will vote on Wednesday is designed to eliminate the government shutdown risk over the Christmas holidays.

Government shutdown: possible path to a deal?

Border security is at the center of a fight to fund the government.

As Flynn arrives for sentencing, group sings 'God Bless America'

The former national security adviser is being sentenced for lying to the FBI in a January 2017 interview related to the Russia probe.

Flynn to be sentenced for lying to FBI

The former national security adviser's lies to the FBI formed the basis of charges for which he will be sentenced on Tuesday.

White House spokesperson: focused on $5 billion for border security

Mercedes Schlapp, the White House director of communications, said that the White House is negotiating with Congress on funding.

Government shutdown looms as lawmakers head home

President Donald Trump wants $5 billion for a wall, but Democrats aren't on board for it.

Yemen war raises ire of Senate

The Senate passed a resolution seeking to end U.S. support of a war on Yemen.

Trump threatens shutdown over wall funding

In a contentious meeting with Democratic leaders, President Donald Trump said he will shut down the government if he doesn't get everything he wants.

Warren hold first town hall since re-election, deflects 2020 questions

After winning re-election to the Senate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-MA, is said to be pondering a presidential bid.

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Congressional healthcare affordable, Ocasio-Cortez tweets

Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, says her healthcare is more affordable in the House of Representatives than it was as a waitress.

Trump confirms John Kelly leaving White House at end of year

Pres. Donald Trump said Kelly is on the way out.

Trump: Barr to be attorney general

President Donald Trump described William Barr as a "highly respected" attorney.

Mueller recommends no jail time for Flynn

Based on the former national security adviser's cooperation in the Russian probe, Special Counsel Robert Mueller said he should stay out of jail.