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Impeachment Trial Entering Final Phase After Day 2 Of Questions
Elizabeth Warren Unveils Plan To Fight Election Disinformation
Iowa Democrats Aim To Increase Turnout With 'Satellite' Caucuses
President Trump And Mike Bloomberg Unveil Dueling Super Bowl Ads
DHS Adds Brazilian Migrants To 'Remain In Mexico' Policy
A Southern Border Wall Has Been President Trump's Priority Since Day 1
U.S. Rep. Doug Collins Running For Georgia Senate Seat
White House Urges Bolton Not To Publish Upcoming Book
Joe Biden: GOP Sen. Joni Ernst 'Spilled The Beans' On Impeachment
As Trump Considers Travel Ban Expansion, U.S. Issues More Waivers
U.S. Interior Department Grounds Its Chinese-Made Drones
Senators Use Q&A To Debate Impeachment Ahead Of Key Witness Vote
Trump's New Trade Deal Hinges On Mexico's Labor Reforms
House Democrats Release 5-Year Infrastructure Plan
President Trump Signs U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Deal
Cuban Man Dies In ICE Custody
Reports: McConnell May Not Have Enough Votes To Block New Witnesses
Palestinians Rally Against Trump's Middle East Proposal
CBO Projects Federal Budget Deficit To Hit Record $1.7T In 2030
Tom Steyer Says His 2020 Run Is About A Lot More Than Climate
Member Of Ukraine Parliament: 'Weak Institutions' Created Corruption
NPR Reporter Removed From Pompeo Trip Following Reports Of Exchange
House Judiciary To Vote On Act Opposing Trump Travel Ban
How Did President Trump's U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Deal Come To Be?
Ukrainian Experts Say They Don't Feel Ready For Russian Cyberattacks
Washington Roundup: Chief Justice Roberts' Role In Impeachment
Trump Has Had A Lot Of Immigration Plans — Here's Where They Are
Trump Denies Claims Reportedly Made In Bolton's Upcoming Book
President Trump Refuses To Lift Sanctions To Negotiate with Iran
Pompeo Lashes Out At Reporter After Interview On Ukraine, Ambassador
Commerce Department Temporarily Shelves New Huawei Trade Restrictions
President's Defense Team Begins Opening Statement In Impeachment Trial
House Democrats Conclude 3rd Day Of Arguments In Impeachment Trial
Charlotte Pence: Anti-Abortion Movement Can Do More To Be Kind
President Trump To Sign U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Deal Next Week
Who's Buying Social Media Impeachment Ads During The Trial?
Mexico Is Cracking Down On U.S.-Bound Migrants — At What Cost?
Trump Addresses Annual March For Life In Presidential First
RNC Isn't Worried Senators Will Vote For Impeachment Trial Witnesses
North Korea's New Foreign Minister Pick May Signal Harsher U.S. Stance
States Sue To Keep 3D-Printed Gun Blueprints Off The Internet
What The Fact: Australia Fires, In Context
DOJ Deems 2 Of 4 Surveillance Warrants For Carter Page Invalid
Senate Republicans Seem Unmoved By House's Argument
The Prosecutor's Role In Doing And Undoing Mass Incarceration
Elections Suit Claims Pro-Sanders Group Is Violating Donation Limits
9 Migrant Families Reunited In U.S. After 'Unlawful' Deportations
Virginia State Senate Advances Red Flag Gun Bill
House Managers Make Opening Statements During Impeachment Trial
Ukrainian Member of Parliament Discusses Country's Political Changes
The Iowa Caucuses Are Important To President Trump's Campaign, Too
Hillary Clinton Says She'll Support Any Democratic Nominee
Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Religious Schools Funding Case
Sen. Klobuchar: Impeachment A 'Moment Of Reflection' In 2020 Race
D.C. Sues Trump Inaugural Committee Over Alleged Hotel Overpayment
Impeachment Trial Keeps Candidates In D.C. Ahead Of Iowa Caucuses
Trump Confirms Plans To Expand Controversial Travel Ban
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Files Defamation Suit Against Hillary Clinton
Trump Slams Impeachment During Davos Press Conference
Argentina Introduces Bill To Address Debt Crisis
Clinton Criticizes Sanders, Says 'Nobody Wants To Work With Him'
New Central American Exodus Challenges Trump Administration, Mexico
Americans Living In Ukraine Conflicted On Impeachment
SCOTUS Says Flint Residents Can Sue Over Lead Contamination In Water
Trump And Thunberg Address Climate Change At Davos Forum
Washington Roundup: Differences Between The Clinton & Trump Trials
Is The U.S. On The Brink Of A Class War?
SCOTUS Declines To Fast-Track Obamacare Appeal
Trump Administration Seeks Rule To End 'Birth Tourism'
Republican Joe Walsh Confronts RNC Over Canceled GOP Primaries
Trump Talks Economy, Trade Deals And Trees At World Economic Forum
Virginia's Lobby Day Was A Watershed Moment For Gun Owners
Migrant Caravan Faces Authorities At Mexican-Guatemalan Border
A Timeline Of The Trump Administration's Fight To End DACA
Lev Parnas Asks AG William Barr To Recuse Himself From Investigation
Proposed Impeachment Trial Rules Cut Number Of Opening Argument Days
'Very Hectic:' What It's Like To Be A House Impeachment Manager
President Trump's Legal Team Calls For Quick Acquittal In Senate Trial
Protesters Gather In Virginia's Capital For Massive Gun Rights Rally
SCOTUS To Hear Appeal Over Obamacare Contraception Mandate
Puerto Rico Governor Fires 2 More Officials
Top NSC Official Over Russian Affairs On Leave Pending Investigation
Sexual Assault In Health Care Happens More Than You May Know
DOJ Reveals Rod Rosenstein Approved Release Of Strzok-Page Messages
Afghan Government Speaks Out Against Partial Taliban Cease-fire
Here's Who Will Be On Trump's Impeachment Defense Team
New Documents Released On Possible Surveillance Of Yovanovitch
14 States Sue Trump Administration Over Planned Food Stamp Cuts
House Impeachment Managers Are More Diverse Than Past Teams
U.S. Doctor Raising The Alarm About Millions Trapped In Syria's Idlib
Capitol Security Crackdown Could Hamper Impeachment Reporting
Here's What To Expect As Trump's Impeachment Trial Gets Underway
What The Fact: Polls, Debates And Long-Shot Candidates
Congress Passes Revised U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement
White House Issues Guidelines On Prayer In Schools
Senate Impeachment Trial Begins With Chief Justice, Senators Sworn In
FBI Investigators Visit Home And Business Of Congressional Candidate
ACLU Sues Trump Administration Over 'Safe Third Country' Agreements
Japan's Environment Minister To Take Paternity Leave
Watchdog Report Says Delaying Ukraine Aid Violated The Law