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House GOP leaders struggle to push immigration bill
As badly as things have gone for immigration legislation in the Senate, it's not looking any easier in the House
Immigration debate takes center stage as Congress faces March 5 DACA deadline
Immigration reform is taking center stage on Capitol Hill , as lawmakers grapple over an elusive legislative solution to save up to 1.8 million Dreamers facing deportation. While the newly-minted bipartisan spending agreement extends government funding until March 23, the absence of an immigration
The Note: Executive branch showdown over secret Republican memo tests strong institutions
The TAKE with Rick Klein His allies stood up for President Donald Trump this week – time and again Tuesday night – to signal united government, as the president himself talked about the need for unity. Now the Republican Party is united – against the very federal government it controls. Beyond the
Sources: Trump questions allowing immigrants from Haiti, Africa, other ‘s---hole’ countries
In an Oval Office meeting at the White House Thursday, President Trump grew frustrated at a proposed bipartisan immigration plan that would scale back the visa lottery program, but not eliminate it, asking those in the room why they would want people from Haiti , Africa and other "shole countries"
President Trump clarifies position on FISA after tweet expressing surveillance concerns
President Donald Trump is under fire following a pair of seemingly contradictory tweets that thrust confusion into the debate over a program deemed critical by government national security agencies. The controversial Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act , which authorized the U.S. government to
Bipartisan lawmakers meet to craft fix for 'Dreamers'
Building off momentum from a bipartisan meeting hosted by President Trump, lawmakers are racing to craft a plan to protect so-called 'Dreamersbut Democrats and Republicans are still far apart on how to fix the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. In a news conference Wednesday, the
FBI, DOJ ramp up Clinton Foundation investigation
The FBI and Justice Department have reenergized an investigation into the Clinton Foundation that started under the Obama administration, two U.S. officials confirmed to ABC News Friday. The case -- run out of the FBI’s field office in Little Rock, Arkansas, where the foundation has offices in the
After FBI agent removed from Mueller’s team, FBI utility man steps in
This story has updated. After Special Counsel Robert Mueller removed a senior FBI agent from his team for allegedly expressing potentially anti-Trump views, a veteran FBI official briefly involved in the launch of the agency's probe into Hillary Clinton's private email server has stepped in to join
Republicans open investigations into Clinton uranium deal and Obama DOJ
The chairmen of several House Republican committees announced new investigations Tuesday into the actions of the previous administration's Justice and State departments, a move that will likely inflame the partisan tensions that have crippled the ongoing Russia investigations on Capitol Hill .
A timeline of the Trump-Comey saga: What led to Comey’s firing and his testimony before Congress
President Trump fired FBI director James Comey on May 9, a move that has been decried by Democrats and questioned by some Republicans. Comey was appointed director in 2013 by President Obama and had six more years left in his 10-year term. Presidents have the authority to fire FBI directors, which