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Trump Finds Himself on Slippery Footing

Trump Finds Himself on Slippery Footing

U.S. President Donald Trump acknowledged he literally found himself on slippery footing Wednesday, a timely simile to what his administration suddenly was confronting.At the start of a political rally
AP Fact Check: Trump Brings Puerto Rico Fiction to Florida

AP Fact Check: Trump Brings Puerto Rico Fiction to Florida

President Donald Trump brought his enduring fiction about hurricane aid for Puerto Rico to a rally crowd in Florida Wednesday.Pledging unstinting support for more hurricane recovery money for

US Senate panel subpoenas Trump Jr in Russia interference probe

The Russia probe plunged Washington into turmoil Wednesday as Donald Trump’s son reportedly was ordered to testify before a Senate panel and the White House refused to release material on
1,000 Guns Seized From Los Angeles Mansion

1,000 Guns Seized From Los Angeles Mansion

More than 1,000 rifles and handguns and thousands of rounds of ammunition were seized Wednesday at a mansion in a posh area not far from the Playboy Mansion.Acting on a tip regarding illegal firearms
Operation Sailor Hat

Operation Sailor Hat

On the coast of Kahoʻolawe, the smallest of the eight main volcanic islands of Hawaiian, is a large crater left behind by a violent test conducted by the US Navy in 1965. Back then, starting from the
North Korea Fires Two Short-Range Missiles

North Korea Fires Two Short-Range Missiles

North Korea has fired what appears to be two short-range ballistic missiles, South Korea’s military said Thursday. It was the second time Pyongyang fired missiles in less than a week.One of the
China Vows to Hold its Ground as Vice Premier Arrives in Washington

China Vows to Hold its Ground as Vice Premier Arrives in Washington

China says it has "made all necessary preparations" if the United States follows through on a pledge to impose a new set of tariffs on Chinese goods, as its chief trade negotiator arrives in
Part Two: The Complete, Insane History of American Border Militias

Part Two: The Complete, Insane History of American Border Militias

In Part Two on American Border Militias, Robert is joined again by Katy Stoll and Cody Johnston to continue discussing the truly horrific history of Border Patrol.
Trump Reignites Cost-Sharing Dispute With S. Korea

Trump Reignites Cost-Sharing Dispute With S. Korea

Donald Trump on Wednesday suggested South Korea was “rich as hell and probably doesn’t like us too much,” firing the latest shot in a dispute over how to share the cost of the U.S. troop presence
China 'Fed Up' With Hearing US Complaints on Belt and Road

China 'Fed Up' With Hearing US Complaints on Belt and Road

China is "fed up" with hearing complaints from the United States about its Belt and Road program to re-create the old Silk Road, the government said on Thursday, following stinging criticism from U.S.
US Charges Ex-Analyst for Allegedly Leaking Classified Information

US Charges Ex-Analyst for Allegedly Leaking Classified Information

U.S. authorities have arrested and charged a former intelligence analyst over allegations that he illegally obtained and disclosed classified national defense information, the U.S. Department of
Trump Taking Aim at 'Surprise Medical Bills'

Trump Taking Aim at 'Surprise Medical Bills'

President Donald Trump will begin a push Thursday to fight health care sticker shock by limiting “surprise medical bills,” the unexpected charges faced by insured patients when a member of a health
Trump 'Very Surprised' by Senate Panel's Subpoena for Son

Trump 'Very Surprised' by Senate Panel's Subpoena for Son

U.S. President Donald Trump said Thursday that he was "very surprised" that the Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee subpoenaed his oldest son, Donald Trump Jr., for more testimony linked to
Board Extends Power to Cover Puerto Rico's 78 Municipalities

Board Extends Power to Cover Puerto Rico's 78 Municipalities

A federal control board that oversees Puerto Rico's finances has extended its power to now cover the U.S. territory's 78 municipalities.The board announced Thursday that it will also require fiscal
China Mobile's Bid to Offer US Phone Service Rejected

China Mobile's Bid to Offer US Phone Service Rejected

U.S. communications regulators are rejecting a Chinese telecom company's application to provide service in the U.S. due to national-security risks amid an escalation in tensions between the two
Week-Long US-Taliban Talks End Without Breakthrough

Week-Long US-Taliban Talks End Without Breakthrough

The Taliban and the United States have concluded week-long negotiations in Qatar but reported no significant progress toward advancing peace efforts in Afghanistan.The talks focused on two issues:
Man Accused of Killing New Wife Added to FBI's Most Wanted

Man Accused of Killing New Wife Added to FBI's Most Wanted

The FBI has added a man to its Ten Most Wanted list who's accused of killing his wife just hours after their 2012 wedding.The FBI says 37-year-old Arnoldo Jimenez of Chicago may have fled to Mexico.
Alabama Lawmakers Postpone Vote on Abortion Ban Bill

Alabama Lawmakers Postpone Vote on Abortion Ban Bill

Alabama lawmakers postponed a vote on a proposed abortion ban after anger erupted in the state Senate when some Republicans stripped exceptions for rape and incest from the bill.The Alabama Senate on
US Seizes N. Korean Vessel for Violating Sanctions

US Seizes N. Korean Vessel for Violating Sanctions

U.S. authorities have seized a North Korean cargo vessel for allegedly violating U.S. and U.N. sanctions by transporting coal from the east Asian country.The Justice Department's National Security

Trump Was Right: GM Confirms Talks With EV Maker Workhorse For Lordstown Plant Sale

General Motors confirmed discussions with Workhorse Group which said it plans to build a commercial electric pickup at Lordstown. |