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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
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
Migrant Mothers And Children Sue Over U.S. Asylum Restrictions
President Trump Taps Robert O'Brien For National Security Adviser
U.S. Abortion Rate Drops To Its Lowest Level Since Roe v. Wade
Study Finds 1 In 16 U.S. Women's First Sexual Experience Is Rape
Corey Lewandowski Testifies Before House Judiciary Committee
Israeli PM Netanyahu's Ties To Trump May Not Win Him Reelection
Walkout Of GM Workers Offers A Test For Unions, Manufacturing Sector
House Panel Launches Investigation Into Transportation Secretary
Why Do Low-Polling Presidential Candidates Stay In The Race?
Iran Says It's Not Open To Talks With The U.S.
Reports: FBI Knew About New Kavanaugh Allegation Before Confirmation
Elizabeth Warren Releases Plan To Tackle Corruption In Washington
Washington Roundup: 2020 Candidates Weigh In On Kavanaugh Allegations
U.S. Service Member Killed In Afghanistan
DOJ Says House Committee Should Not Be Given Mueller Documents
Migrants Remain In Mexico With Even Slimmer Chance Of Getting To U.S.
Gun Buybacks Take Center Stage In Democratic Debate
Why The Trump Administration Can't Regulate Marijuana Vapes
Federal Appeals Court Revives Emoluments Lawsuit Against Trump
China Eases Tariffs On U.S. Soybean Shipments
Ben Carson Cleared Of Misconduct In Pricey Dining Room Set Order
New Zealand Parliament Introduces Another Gun Control Bill
President Trump To Meet With South Korean Leader In Coming Weeks
The U.S. Budget Deficit Surpasses $1 Trillion Mark
Democrats Highlight Policy, Ideological Differences In 3rd Debate
Examining Fairness In Cable News
Student Says President's Progress On HBCUs 'Not Going To Cut It'
House Passes Several Bills To Ban Drilling In Parts Of U.S.
This Pa. Town Is An Unlikely Front In The U.S.-China Trade War
Young Black Democrats Say They Want A 'Political Revolution'
EPA Officially Scraps Obama-Era Clean Water Regulation
Almost 150 U.S. Companies Urge Congress To Pass Gun Legislation
Purdue Pharma Tentatively Reaches Deal To Settle Opioid Lawsuit
Trump Is Reportedly Considering Tapping Pompeo To Replace Bolton
This Candidate Is Dominating $1 Donations
State Attorney Says Florida's Red Flag Law Is Being Used Daily
Retiring Lawmaker: GOP Must Take 'Inclusive Message' Nationwide
U.S. Expands Fishing, Hunting Access In National Wildlife Refuges
Survey Finds Many Americans Want The U.S. To Engage In Global Affairs
California Votes To Let College Athletes Turn Recognition Into Profit
Republican Dan Bishop Wins North Carolina Special Election
Boris Johnson Faces Uncertain Path To Brexit During Parliament Hiatus
Telemedical Abortion Provider Sues FDA For Seizing Medications
Trump Says John Bolton 'No Longer Needed' At The White House
What We Do And Don't Know About The U.S. Spy Extracted From Russia
Number Of Uninsured Americans Rises For First Time Since 2009
The Political And Predictive Power Of Dynamic Scoring
NRA Sues San Francisco Over 'Domestic Terrorist' Label
Honduras Is Not Planning To Sign 'Safe Third Country' Deal With U.S.
North Korea Fires Projectiles, Warns U.S. Ahead Of Potential Talks
Trump: Peace Talks With Taliban Are 'Dead, As Far As I'm Concerned'
Washington Roundup: What To Know About The North Carolina Election
California Judge Blocks Trump Admin. Asylum Ban For The Second Time
Congress Returns To DC And Faces A Long Agenda
NOAA Reportedly Told Staff Not To Contradict Trump On Dorian's Path
Purdue Pharma Says Opioid Settlement Talks Are Not Over
Hong Kong Once Again Warns Against Foreign Interference In Protests
The Air Force Is Reviewing International Layover Guidelines For Crews
The Backlog At The Border May Affect Pre-Vetted Refugees. Here's Why
House Committee Takes Formal Steps Toward Impeachment Investigation
White House Considering Sharp Reduction In Refugees Accepted Into U.S.
Ambassador: Leadership Requires Putting Country Over Politics
8chan Tells Congress How It Dealt With Recent Shooting Manifestos
99% Of Applications Denied In Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Program
A Fraction Of Global Refugees Resettle In The U.S. Who Are They?
Pakistan Warns 'Fullest Possible Response' In Kashmir Dispute
Texas Governor Issues 8 Executive Orders In Response To Mass Shootings
Defense Department Announces Where It Plans To Build New Border Wall
Chicago 'Dreamers' Remind Public That DACA Is Still Not Safe
How Federal Background Checks For Gun Sales Fall Short