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AP FACT CHECK: Where are Trump's 'tougher' steps on Russia?
AP FACT CHECK: Trump says he's tougher on Russia than Obama was but the record shows otherwise
The Latest: Kosovo president laments EU disunity on status
Kosovo's president says his country's 10-year history is "a story of success," but he laments the European Union's lack of unity over its status as a membership candidate
Top German diplomat: 'We no longer recognize our America'
Germany's Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has slammed the "America first" approach of President Donald Trump's administration, saying that close U.S. ties with a strong European Union are as much in Washington's interest as they are in Europe's
Today in History
Today in History Today is Thursday, Feb. 15, the 46th day of 2018. There are 319 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Feb. 15, 1798, a feud between two members of the U.S. House of Representatives (meeting in Philadelphia) boiled over as Roger Griswold of Connecticut used a cane
NATO chief urges defense budget hike amid command expansion
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is urging European allies and Canada to keep ramping up defense spending, as the alliance expands its command headquarters in response to a more assertive Russia
'Ghostbuster for aliens' investigates UFOs on America's 'paranormal highway'
UFO investigator examines paranormal sightings as a "Ghostbuster for aliens."
Mulvaney hawks Trump budget on Capitol Hill
White House budget director hawks President Donald Trump's budget on Capitol Hill, where talk focuses on tax cuts not deficits
The Latest: Mulvaney backtracks comment on Trump budget
White House budget director Mick Mulvaney says he would vote for President Donald Trump's budget after all.
US warns EU against defense market protectionism
The United States is warning the European Union not to use its deepened military cooperation as an excuse to protect Europe's defense industry, saying such practices could undermine NATO
The great immigration debate in D.C. pushes on
The TAKE with Rick Klein If this is a defining moment for American politics, both parties will have to spend some time defining themselves. The great immigration debate of 2018 that has begun in the Senate has the potential for generational implications. Or it could fizzle out, as previous efforts