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Senators push bill to prevent Russian-linked election ads online
Responding to growing revelations about the scale of the Russian effort to influence the 2016 presidential election over social media, a pair of Senate Democrats introduced a bill Thursday to force Facebook and other social media companies to disclose more details about political ads on their
Senators unveil bill to regulate online political ads
Sens. Mark Warner and Amy Klobuchar hope to curb Russian meddling in U.S. elections with legislation.
The Latest: Sessions won't say if he'll jail journalists
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is refusing to pledge that he won't seek to jail journalists for doing their jobs
Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner host dinner on criminal reform
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are working with a bipartisan group of senators to try to find a path forward on criminal justice reform legislation
DHS directs government agencies to scrub systems for Russian company's software
The Department of Homeland Security is directing all 430 departments, agencies and offices comprising the U.S. government to scrub their systems for any software made by Kaspersky Lab, a world-renowned cybersecurity firm based in Moscow that U.S. officials increasingly allege has ties to the
Senators talk bipartisanship in the wake of congressional baseball practice shooting
ABC News' Ali Rogin chats with Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Chuck Grassley about the importance of bipartisanship after the attack.
Democratic and Republican senators open up about their bipartisan friendship
ABC News' Ali Rogin sits down with Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Chuck Grassley to hear where they find common ground.
U.S. will not respond to Russian 'threats,' but says talks ongoing
While the U.S. and Russia exchange some tough words, the two countries are taking steps to work through their issues -- including an ongoing discussion of Russian access to two diplomatic compounds in the U.S. The Russian Foreign Ministry demanded those compounds be returned Thursday, or else the
Senior State Dept. official heading to Russia to talk 'irritants'
A senior U.S. State Department official will head to Russia on June 23 to meet with his Russian counterpart, part of an ongoing dialogue meant to solve “irritants” in the relationship between the two countries. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Tom Shannon will meet with Deputy Foreign
Doctor visa changes leave underserved communities, physicians fearing the future
A few months ago, Almatmed Abdelsalam was busy looking for a home for his family of four in the modestly-sized city of Macon, Georgia, eager to settle down after securing a job as a physician. The city is one of the many rural and urban areas that face a severe shortage of doctors, a burden that