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Trump Administration To Expand DNA Collection Of Migrant Detainees
DOJ Asks Federal Judge To Block New York Subpoena For Trump's Taxes
Administration Promises To Preserve Notes On Ukraine Phone Call
President Trump Says House Investigation Is A 'Hoax'
What Really Went Down Between Joe Biden, His Son and Ukraine
Democrats Rally For Gun Action, But Will Cause Die With Impeachment?
Judge Blocks California Law Requiring Candidates To Release Tax Info
Book Reveals President Trump's Ideas For A Crackdown At The Border
Bernie Sanders Hospitalized, Forced To Cancel Upcoming Campaign Events
Pompeo Confirms He Was On Controversial Trump-Zelenskyy Phone Call
Former Ukraine Envoy To Still Testify Before House On Thursday
Netanyahu's Pre-Trial Corruption Hearings Starts
Federal Judge Blocks Georgia's 'Heartbeat' Abortion Ban
Pompeo Says House Requests Are An 'Attempt to Intimidate, Bully'
U.S. Rep. Chris Collins Pleads Guilty To Insider Trading Charges
Yes, More Republicans Are Retiring. No, It's Not All About Trump.
Pompeo Pushes Back On Requests In House Impeachment Probe
U.S.-North Korean Relations Are Still Tense Ahead Of Resumed Talks
Intel Community Watchdog Clears The Air On Whistleblower Rules
Ask The Experts: The Most Overlooked Factor In 2020's Elections
Montana Officials Warn Of RNC Survey That Looks Like Census Form
North Korea Says It's Resuming Nuclear Talks With The U.S.
House Subpoenas Rudy Giuliani For Ukraine Records
Reports: Trump Sought Australian PM's Help With Mueller Investigation
Rep. Chris Collins Resigns, May Plead Guilty To Insider Trading
Washington Roundup: Here's How This Impeachment Inquiry Is Different
How Federal Law Protects Intelligence Community Whistleblowers
State Department Intensifies Probe Into Hillary Clinton's Emails
Whistleblower May 'Soon' Testify Before Lawmakers
Judge Blocks Expansion Of Expedited Deportations
House Passes Resolution To Overturn Border Emergency Declaration
Judge Blocks Plans To Allow Indefinite Detention Of Migrant Families
President Trump Calls On Rep. Schiff To Resign After 'Parody' Reading
As Ukraine Faced Military Crisis in July, Trump Asked About Joe Biden
Proposed Refugee Cut Could Strain Nonprofit Resettlement Organizations
Hundreds Of Former Officials Call Trump's Action Profoundly Concerning
U.S. Seeks To Cut Number Of Refugees Accepted For Resettlement
Senate Passes Short-Term Spending Bill To Avoid Government Shutdown
U.S. Steps Up Sanctions On Chinese Companies Over Iran Oil Imports
Amazon Writing Up Possible Facial Recognition Legislation
Whistleblower Accuses Trump Of Abusing Power For Political Gain
China To Purchase Soybeans And Pork From U.S. Amid Trade War
New York Officials Sue ICE For Arrests Outside Courthouses
17 States Sue Trump Administration Over Endangered Species Act Rules
Here's Everything We Know About The Ukraine Controversy
U.S. Signs 'Safe Third Country' Agreement With Honduras
D.C. Protesters Demand An End To Gun Violence
President Trump Responds To Release Of Whistleblower Complaint
For Migrants Waiting In Mexico, Access To U.S. Lawyers Is A Rare Boon
House Passes Marijuana Banking Reform. Will The Senate Follow?
Democrats Look Ahead On Impeachment: 'We Have To Move Fast'
U.S. Threatens To Leave Global Postal Body Over Mail Rates For China
White House Releases Memo Of Trump's Ukraine Phone Call
Trump Administration Triples Development Aid For Venezuela's Guaidó
Bill Introduced To Help Telecom Providers Replace Huawei Equipment
Trump Authorizes Release Of Call With Ukraine's President
Pelosi's Impeachment Announcement Is A Major Change Of Course
DNC Toughens Requirements For November Presidential Debate
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Announces Formal Impeachment Inquiry
Migrant Deportations Could Accelerate As DHS Ends 'Catch and Release'
Pelosi Is On Board With An Impeachment Inquiry. Here's How It'll Work.
EPA Threatens To Cut California's Highway Funding
President Trump Encourages Nationalism In His United Nations Speech
For Former Felons, A State Line Between Voting and Disenfranchisement
Trump Reportedly Asked Mick Mulvaney To Withhold Ukraine Aid
A Who's Who Guide To The Trump-Biden-Ukraine Scandal
Small Turnout At D.C. Climate Protest As U.N. Climate Summit Continues
Washington Roundup: Pressure On Pelosi To Bring Impeachment Vote
Israel Elections: Gantz Gains Backing From Arab Parties
Trump In New York As U.N. General Assembly Kicks Off Monday
Trump Administration Doubling Down On Biden Accusations
U.S. Sanctions Central Bank Of Iran After Saudi Oil Attacks
Rep. Joe Kennedy III Announces He's Running For U.S. Senate
U.S. To Send Troops To Saudi Arabia After Oil Facility Attacks
WSJ: Trump Asked Ukraine's President To Investigate Joe Biden's Son
U.S. Signs Asylum Agreement With El Salvador
EPA Transparency Rule To Move Forward Despite Concerns From Scientists
U.S. Withdraws $160 Million In Funding From Afghanistan
23 States Sue Trump Administration Over California Auto Emissions Rule
Trump Administration Reinstates Program For Seriously Ill Immigrants
Separated Migrant Children Experience Long-Lasting Mental Impacts
NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio Ends 2020 Presidential Campaign
Judge Sides With Trump Campaign, Suspends California Tax Law
President Trump To Hear Possible Military Action Options Against Iran
Report: Whistleblower Complaint About Pres. Trump Involves Ukraine
Senate Leaders Poised To Battle Over House-Approved Spending Bill
How America Reached The Edge Of Energy Independence
House Holds The First D.C. Statehood Hearing In 26 Years
House Passes Short-Term Spending Bill
Trump Files Lawsuit To Block Subpoena For His Tax Returns
Report: Gun Violence Costs The U.S. $229 Billion Per Year
Trade Coalition Pushes Congress To Hold President In Check
Trump Administration To Slap San Francisco With EPA Violation
Interior Dept. Transferring Public Land For Border Wall Construction
Sanders Releases Plan To End Homelessness And Boost Housing
OIG: Separated Migrant Kids Show Signs Of Post-Traumatic Stress, Fear
Legislation Aims To Increase Abortion Access On College Campuses
Trump Revokes California's Ability To Set Its Own Emissions Standards
Hong Kong Protest Leaders Urge U.S. To Put Pressure On China
U.N. Data Shows Number Of Global Migrants Has Spiked