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Trump administration sought to enlist intelligence officials, key lawmakers to counter Russia stories
The Trump administration has enlisted senior members of the intelligence community and Congress in efforts to counter news stories about Trump associates' ties to Russia, a politically charged issue that has been under investigation by the FBI as well ...
Trump turns his fire on the FBI
Trump at CPAC: Right's Unlikely Hero Renews Attack on Press
Trump Is the Government
Trump White House Bars News Organizations From Press Briefing
“Nothing like this has ever happened at the White House in our long history of covering multiple administrations of different parties,” said New York Times editor Dean Baquet. By Michael Calderone ...
White House goes to war with the media
Tapper: White House excluding the press is 'un-American'
White House blocks CNN, New York Times from press briefing hours after Trump slams media
Oscars: Final Math-Based Predictions in the Tech Categories
In part one of my annual Academy Award predictions, I revealed the mathematical probability that each nominee would win its category in the eight most prominent contests, headlined by La La Land's 59 percent chance to win best picture. I also explained ...
The Oscars: Everything you need to know (and some things you don't)
How Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling helped write their La La Land fight
Why 2017 could be the most political year of the Academy Awards
Trump establishes task forces to eliminate 'job killing regulations'
President Trump signed an executive order Friday establishing task forces in every agency for “removing job killing regulations and increasing economic opportunity.” Trump, who signed the measure in the Oval Office with the chief executives from U.S ...
Trump signs executive order on regulatory reform
Trump signs another executive order in push to slash regulations
Presidential Executive Order on Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Costs
House GOP plans to keep some Medicaid expansion — and steer money to states that never bought in
Congressional Republicans have been struggling for months to resolve one of the most vexing problems in their tortuous effort to replace the Affordable Care Act: What to do about the generous federal funding for states that broadened their Medicaid ...
Exclusive: Leaked GOP Obamacare replacement shrinks subsidies, Medicaid expansion
GOP Health Bill Draft Would Cut Medicaid, Emphasize Tax Credits
Draft Obamacare Repeal Plan Targets The Individual Mandate, Medicaid, And Abortion Coverage
He yelled 'Get out of my country,' witnesses say, and then shot 2 men from India, killing one
Authorities in Kansas filed first-degree murder charges against a man accused of opening fire in a bar there, killing one Indian man, injuring two other people and causing fears about bigotry to reverberate across the globe. According to witness ...
Kansas shooting: Widow of Indian man calls for action on hate crimes
Kansas man charged with killing Indian in possible hate crime
Kansas bar shooting suspect yelled "get out of my country," witnesses say
For Kim Jong Nam, a sad ending to a lonely life
SEOUL — Kim Jong Nam led a life of loneliness and fear and seclusion, rejected by his father, orphaned by his mother, stuck in a shadowy exile where he constantly had to worry about spies and secret agents and reporters. And it all came to a pitiful ...
In Kim Jong-nam's Death, North Korea Lets Loose a Weapon of Mass Destruction
North Korea's Kim Jong Nam Killed With VX, the 'Most Toxic Weapon Ever'
Amazingly, North Korea is making itself even less popular
Former border patrol officials question Trump's plan to add 5000 border agents
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. Department of Homeland Security plan to add more than 5,000 border enforcement agents will present logistical challenges and might be unnecessary, according to former government officials familiar with earlier pushes to ...
DHS to solicit bids for 'prototype wall structures' near Mexican border
US agency seeks ideas for Trump's proposed border wall
Congressman Richard Neal visits US-Mexico border, calls President Donald Trump's proposed wall 'unwarranted'
A Strategic Mistake That Still Haunts JC Penney
A strategic mistake made six years ago by celebrity CEO Ron Johnson continues to haunt popular retailer JC Penney, as evidenced by the ongoing sluggish sales growth and store closings that have made the company smaller—a fraction of what it once was.
JC Penney to close 130-140 stores, offers 6000 workers early retirement
Toms River JC Penney could be vulnerable
JC Penney to close 130 to 140 stores, sales dip
Battle for Mosul: Iraqi forces advance near key area in city's west
Irbil, Iraq (CNN) Iraqi forces are approaching a key area in western Mosul housing government buildings as they push beyond the city's airport and a nearby military camp, Iraqi officials said Friday. They're in the second phase of a months-long ...
The Week in Pictures: Feb. 17 - 24
It's ISIS, not ISIL, the Pentagon informs staff in new memo
It's official: Pentagon now calling terror group 'ISIS'