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In the age of Trump, Schwarzenegger wants centrist GOP
The year was 1990 and Republican U.S. Sen. Pete Wilson claimed his first term as California governor, replacing another Republican, George Deukmejian. Two years earlier, California voters helped send George H.W. Bush to the White House with a 3.6-point win over Democrat Michael Dukakis. Nearly
Will Trump fire Mueller?
Tweets from the president over the weekend reignited questions about whether he will fire special counsel Robert Mueller -- "The View" co-hosts discuss.
New Orleans mayor: 'We have to get back to being respectful, being civil'
George Stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, the author of "In the Shadows of Statues: A White Southerner Confronts History."
50 years ago, the My Lai massacre shamed the US military
50 years ago, U.S. soldiers sent to confront Vietcong enemies killed 504 unarmed civilians in hours in My Lai village, the massacre notorious in U.S. military history but not an aberration in its war in Vietnam
Star Wars? President Trump proposes military space force
President Trump says Tuesday he wants a military space force that would be the orbital equivalent of the Army, Air Force and Navy
Roger Stone: Allegations I met with Assange in 2016 'provably false'
President Donald Trump's longtime friend and former political adviser Roger Stone said reports that he met with WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange during the U.S. presidential election in 2016 are untrue. "Allegations that I met with Julian Assange in London in 2016, allegation[s] apparently
Trump's visit to California comes amid frayed relations
President Donald Trump's first visit to California since taking office comes as relations between the president and the nation's most populous state remain fraught with tension.
California bound: Trump heading to state he loves to hate
Donald Trump is coming _ at last _ to the state he loves to hate, setting foot in California for his first time as president
Roger Stone: 'I didn't ask Sam Nunberg to protect me, I don’t think I require any protection'
President Donald Trump's longtime friend, and political adviser Roger Stone , said he has not been contacted by special counsel Robert Mueller 's team. When asked if he had turned over documents to the special counsel, Stone told NBC News' Chuck Todd Tuesday, "I have not been asked to do so. I have
Evangelical leader believes we live in 'a culture full of fear and loathing'
With many evangelical leaders backing President Trump, Collin Hansen of The Gospel Coalition tells on a new installment of 'Uncomfortable' why he worries the church's future is at stake.