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Lawmakers intensify negotiations in pursuit of key Trump-related banking records
Senate investigators have been locked in a quiet showdown with the Trump administration over records that they believe could help expose possible hidden dealings between Trump campaign insiders and wealthy Russian or Eastern European business partners. The stand-off over records from the Treasury
A timeline of the WannaCry cyberattack
The so-called WannaCry cyberattack has affected hundreds of thousands of computers by exploiting vulnerabilities in Microsoft's Windows XP software, creating havoc around the world. Here's a timeline detailing how the attack spread: Friday, May 12: Morning The first appearance of the cyberattack
Bill O’Reilly to get payout up to $25 million: Reports
Bill O’Reilly could receive a payout as high as $25 million as he exits his role at Fox News, media reports said. The Financial Times and others reported on Thursday that O’Reilly would receive the sum -- “equivalent to one year’s salary” -- from 21st Century Fox, Fox News’ parent company. O’Reilly
Trump urges China to 'solve the North Korea problem'
After wrapping up a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping last week, President Trump charged today that North Korea is "looking for trouble" and if China isn't willing to help tamp down the threat, the U.S. "will solve the problem" alone. "I explained to the President of China that a trade deal
Top 3 issues on table for Trump, Chinese president’s meeting
It is perhaps President Trump ’s most important meeting with a world leader yet -- a high-stakes summit between two of the world's greatest powers amid heated rhetoric and heightened tensions. Trump and his top advisers will host Chinese president Xi Jinping and his delegation today and tomorrow
North Korea launches ballistic missile, US officials confirm
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson released a three-sentence statement in response to the new missile launch from the eastern coast of North Korea into the Sea of Japan.
President Trump expected to ask Chinese president to take action against North Korea
Trump maintains that if China does not solve the problem with North Korea, the U.S. is prepared to act alone.
What US options are 'on the table' with North Korea?
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has signaled that the U.S. will take a more aggressive approach to North Korea's missile and nuclear program, including possibly through pre-emptive military action. "All options are on the table," particularly if North Korea continues making advances in its
WH advisor Jared Kushner travels to Iraq
Kushner was invited on the mission by Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Joseph Dunford while the White House prepares for Trump's upcoming meeting with China's Xi Jingping.
Judiciary Committee poised to vote on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch
The Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on Neil Gorsuch Monday morning, likely bringing Trump's Supreme Court nominee one step closer to claiming the seat vacated by conservative Justice Antonin Scalia over a year ago.