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DonaldTrump2-052417.jpg President Donald Trump is expected to retain longtime legal adviser Marc Kasowitz as his private attorney, according to numerous media reports. The anticipated move to select Kasowitz to lead Trump's outside legal team comes after the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller to oversee an...

RobertMuller-052417.jpg Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein's decision to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Russian meddling in last year's presidential election has strong support among voters, according to a Morning Consult/Politico poll.

Flynn-052417.jpg Leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee are taking new actions against Michael Flynn after the former National Security Adviser refused to turn over documents related to his communications with Russian officials.

PopeFrancis-Trump-052417.jpg Pope Francis hosted U.S. President Donald Trump for a private audience at the Vatican, Wednesday. Trump described the meeting with the head of the Catholic church as "great" and "fantastic." The two leaders uphold contrasting styles and differing views. The President, accompanied by his wife Melania,...

worstpaying-050917.jpg A college degree is a necessity for a rewarding, well-paying job with possibility for career advancement and also for entry into most professional careers. On average, college graduates earn much more than high school graduates throughout their lifetime. In addition to the earnings potential, students...

JohnBrennan-052317.jpg Former CIA Director John Brennan told lawmakers on Tuesday he was aware of contacts and interactions between Russian officials and members of President Donald trump's campaign. However, Brennan said in testimony before the House Intelligence Committee that he did not know if the interactions amounted...

Trump3-052317.jpg President Donald Trump's administration has unveiled its first budget proposal, which the White House claims will balance the budget by 2027. The budget blueprint released on Tuesday calls for $4.1 trillion in government spending in 2018, with a jump in defense spending offset by cuts in programs for the poor.

Trump2-052317.jpg President Donald Trump on Tuesday lashed out at the "evil losers" behind an apparent terrorist attack in Manchester, England, that killed at least 22 people and said the U.S. stands in "absolute solidarity" with the people of the U.K. In remarks following a meeting with Palestinian Authority President...

Flynn-052317.jpg Former National Security Advisor Lieutenant General Michael Flynn has defied a subpoena issued by Senate Select Committee on Intelligence for a list of his communications with Russian officials, and invoked his right against self-incrimination. The subpoena, issued by the Senate Committee earlier...

JasonChaffetz-052317.jpg House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, revealed Monday he is postponing a hearing on the independence of the FBI that had been scheduled for Wednesday. In a post on Twitter, Chaffetz indicated he decided to postpone the hearing after speaking with former FBI Director James Comey.

ArianaGrande-052317.jpg U.S. singer Ariana Grande has indefinitely suspended her world tour in the wake of the deadly terrorist attack targeting her concert in Manchester, England, Monday night. In an explosion at the foyer of the Manchester Arena, 22 people were killed and around 60 others injured, as the concert closed...

Trump-Iran-052217.jpg U.S. President Donald Trump has called on Islamic nations not to offer sanctuary to extremists, and urged them to isolate the government of Iran, which he says is providing terrorists safe haven, financial support, and the social standing needed for recruiting new cadres. Speaking at the Arab Islamic...

MikePence-052217.jpg Students at an American University have staged a walk-out during Vice President Mike Pence's commencement speech at a graduation ceremony in protest against his policies. The embarrassing incident took place Sunday at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. The University has invited...

RodRosenstein-051917.jpg Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has defended the memo he wrote that the White House initially cited as a justification for the firing of former FBI Director James Comey. In a closed-door meeting with members of the House on Friday, Rosenstein stood by the memo but suggested President Donald...

AnthonyWeiner-051917.jpg Disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner, D-N.Y., pleaded guilty Friday to transferring obscene material to a minor in a case involving sexting with a 15-year-old girl. Weiner, who resigned from Congress in 2011 amid a separate sexting scandal, wept openly in federal court and said he accepts full...

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