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Turkish court finds newspaper staff guilty on terror charges
A Turkish court has convicted journalists and other staff members from the opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper on terror charges
Pastor on trial for alleged terror ties, spying
An American pastor imprisoned in Turkey is going on trial in a case that has increased tensions between Washington and Ankara
Comey book claims President Trump sought loyalty like mafia boss 'Sammy the Bull'
Donald Trump engaged in a months-long effort to secure the loyalty of then-FBI Director James Comey in a series of meetings and phone calls that began in the presidential transition period -- behavior Comey likens to that of a mafia boss, Comey writes in a book set for release next week. Those
Chris Christie: EPA's Pruitt 'should have never been there in the first place'
The "This Week" Powerhouse Roundtable debates the week in politics, including President Trump's latest cabinet moves and the controversy surrounding EPA Chief Scott Pruitt.
Fate of public unions may rest with Supreme Court
The Supreme Court Monday seemed poised to overturn a 41-year old ruling that requires some government workers to pay certain fees even if they're not union members, in a case that could hurt the political power of public employee unions. The rationale for the original ruling was that the so-called
As shutdown looms, hundreds of key agency posts are still vacant under Trump
As a candidate, Donald Trump would often pitch himself to voters by citing his experience managing a vast business empire — saying he hires only “the best people.” But nearly a year into his presidency, and as a potential government shutdown looms, hundreds of key posts in his administration remain
The Note: Will Trump be Santa or the Grinch with Christmas tax cut?
The TAKE with Rick Klein “A giant tax cut for Christmas,” President Donald Trump promised the American people. What’s not clear yet is whether the public wants this gift as much as Republican representatives. The latest ABC News/Washington Post poll, conducted Sunday through Wednesday, hints at the
Trump’s empty administration: What’s behind the high number of vacant government jobs
It's no secret that the Trump administration is way behind on filling key positions as hundreds of top jobs sit unfilled nearly 150 days into the president’s term. President Trump has complained that the process of confirming his nominees is “record-setting long” and recently took to Twitter to