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Koch Group Adds $4 Million to Missouri, Indiana Attack Ads
The political network backed by billionaires Charles and David Koch is planning to step up its advertising to unseat Democratic Senators Claire McCaskill of Missouri and Joe Donnelly of Indiana.
Trump’s Picks for State, CIA Hit Potential Roadblocks in Senate
President Donald Trump’s picks for Secretary of State and CIA director are running into potential roadblocks among Republicans in the Senate.
Chances of Trade Deal With U.S. Rising, Ex-China Official Says
The odds of a U.S.-China trade deal are rising because both sides have a clearer sense of each other’s goals and intentions, a former Chinese trade official said ahead of negotiations in Beijing next
The EU and Euro Keep Defying the Doomsayers
Is the end nigh? History would suggest not.
China Is Said Back for American Soy as Trade Talks Planned
China is back in the market for U.S. soybeans after taking a holiday break as Washington and Beijing plan more trade discussions.
White House Meeting Breaks Up Without Deal to End Shutdown
Congressional leaders were unable to strike a deal to end a partial shutdown of the federal government at a meeting with Donald Trump on Wednesday, and the president invited them to return to the
Trump Disparages Mattis, Asks 'What's He Done for Me?'
President Donald Trump speaks to reporters during a Cabinet meeting about U.S. policy on Afghanistan. (Source: Bloomberg)
Trump Taunts Romney After Critical Op-Ed, Asks, ‘Is He a Flake?’
President Donald Trump responded to Mitt Romney’s scathing criticism by calling on the incoming Republican senator to be a “team player” instead of emulating another party member who challenged him --
Ocasio-Cortez Breaks With Pelosi in Key Early Vote for Democrats
Progressive incoming House Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez plans to lay down an early marker with party leaders on Congress’s first day by voting against a package of legislative rules because it
Trump Trashes Mattis After Exit: ‘What’s He Done for Me?’
President Donald Trump disparaged just-departed Defense Secretary Jim Mattis at his first Cabinet meeting of the new year, criticizing management of the Afghanistan war and claiming he “essentially”
House Democrats Try to Ease Threat of Battle Over Debt Ceiling
House Democrats are moving to make good on Nancy Pelosi’s promise not to use the nation’s debt ceiling as a political weapon to avoid jeopardizing the U.S. credit rating.
Netanyahu Worked With Pompeo in Jerusalem Embassy Campaign, Official Says
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu helped squeeze the president of Honduras into Secretary of State Michael Pompeo’s crowded schedule in Brazil, betting that the Latin American leader will move
Apple’s China Trouble Makes Trump’s Trade War Harder to Defend
President Donald Trump’s administration argues that the long-term gain from a trade war with China justifies short-term pain for consumers and investors. That case may be harder to defend now that the
Shutdown Shuts Out Couples Getting Married in Washington, D.C.
Couples hoping kick off the new year by getting married in Washington will have to make other plans. The government shutdown has shuttered the city’s Marriage Bureau.
Trump Says Government Shutdown Will Last 'as Long as It Takes'
President Donald Trump speaks to reporters during a Cabinet meeting about the stalemate over border wall funding that has kept parts of the federal government shut down for 12 days. (Source:
Senate GOP Seeks Quick Action on Trump's Attorney General Pick
Senate Republicans are signaling that they want swift action on President Donald Trump’s choice for attorney general, William Barr, by scheduling a two-day hearing this month on his nomination.
Trump Says Stock Market Suffered 'Glitch' Last Month
President Donald Trump speaks to reporters during a Cabinet meeting on the recent market volatility. (Source: Bloomberg)
California Businesses, Government Would Join in Drug Buying Pact
California’s newly sworn-in Democratic governor has proposed using the state’s substantial buying power to drive down pharmaceutical costs, allowing government programs, health insurers and private
World Bank President Search to Test Trump’s ‘America First’ Mantra
The World Bank’s search for a new leader will be the latest test of President Donald Trump’s pledge to put ‘‘America First’’ in the nation’s foreign policy.
Trump Says He’ll Deliver Prime-Time Address Tuesday on Border ‘Crisis’
President Donald Trump plans to deliver a prime-time televised address on Tuesday before he travels to the U.S.-Mexico border later in the week as he battles Democrats over his proposed border wall.