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Trump-Hillary-101717.jpg US President Donald Trump wants Hillary Clinton as his presidential rival in the 2020 election. Responding to a question during a press conference Monday, the Republican President said he hopes Hillary will contest the polls. "Hillary, please run again! Go ahead." Clinton, who lost to the billionaire-turned...

DonaldTrump4-101317.jpg Claiming some people are taking advantage of the system, President Donald Trump said Monday his administration is looking very strongly at welfare reform. Trump brought up the issue of welfare reform at a Cabinet meeting he said would include a discussion about reducing excessive government spending.

EdmundGBrown-101617.jpg California Governor Jerry Brown has vetoed legislation requiring presidential candidates to release their tax returns, expressing concerns the legislation sets a "slippery slope" precedent. The bill passed by California's Democratic-controlled legislature would have required any presidential candidate...

President-Trump3-101617.jpg President Donald Trump continued his push for tax reform while also attacking Democrats in posts to Twitter on Monday. "Art Laffer just said that he doesn't know how a Democrat could vote against the big tax cut/reform bill and live with themselves!" Trump tweeted.

US-Capitol-101617.jpg A majority of Americans think the tax reform plan offered by President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers favors the wealthy, according to the results of a CBS News poll. The poll found that 58 percent of Americans think the current tax reforms being discussed would generally favor the wealthy.

Trump-Advertisement-101617.jpg Prominent pornographer Larry Flynt is offering $10 million for information that could lead to the impeachment of President Donald Trump. The vocal Trump critic gave a full-page ad in the Sunday edition of the Washington Post on behalf of himself and his porn magazine Hustler. The ad, titled "$10...

WoodyAllen-Weinstein-101617.jpg Veteran filmmaker Woody Allen has voiced his concern about the film industry slipping into a "witch-hunt" culture in the wake of a sex scandal revolving around Hollywood film tycoon Harvey Weinstein. The Oscar-winning director expressed hope that these allegations will lead to some drastic changes...

At least 240 people were killed and several hundreds seriously injured in a bomb attack blamed on militant group al-Shabaab in the Somali capital Mogadishu. It is one of the deadliest terrorist attack in Somalia since the Islamist al-Shabab group launched its insurgency in 2007, according to reports President...

DonaldTrump4-101317.jpg President Donald Trump announced Friday he will decertify Iran's compliance with an international nuclear agreement, claiming that the Islamic republic is not living up to the spirit of the deal. Trump stopped short of pulling out of the deal, however, giving Congress sixty days to decide whether to re-impose sanctions on Iran.

SusanCollins-101317.jpg Republican Senator Susan Collins, R-Maine, announced Friday she has decided to remain in the Senate rather than run for Governor of Maine in 2018. Collins announced her decision at a local Chamber of Commerce event in Rockport, ending months of speculation about her future.

Jason-Aldean-LasVegas-101317.jpg Country singer Jason Aldean, who has canceled his weekend shows in California in the wake of the deadly Las Vegas mass shooting, resumed his tour in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Thursday. 59 people were killed and over 500 others injured when a gunman opened fire on a large crowd who were attending the Route...

JohnKelly-101317.jpg White House chief of staff John Kelly made a surprise appearance in the White House press briefing room Thursday and announced that he is neither resigning, nor being fired. The former four-star general's clarification comes amid reports that his relationship with President Donald Trump is running...

DonaldTrump1-101317.jpg As part of an effort to dismantle Obamacare through executive action, President Donald Trump plans to eliminate subsidiaries paid to insurers under the healthcare law. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced the decision in a statement sent to reporters Thursday night.

Unesco-USIsrael-101317.jpg The United States has decided to pull out from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO. Mounting arrears at UNESCO, the need for fundamental reform in the organization, and continuing anti-Israel bias at UNESCO were the official reasons cited by the US Government...

DonaldTrump2-Speech-101317.jpg A majority of voters think President Donald Trump does not care about the problems facing Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria devastated the island, according to the results of a new Quinnipiac University national poll. Fifty-two percent of voters said Trump does not care about the problems facing Puerto Rico, including 72 percent of Hispanic voters.

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