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US lawmakers abroad seek to reassure allies despite Trump comments
Lawmakers on official overseas trips this congressional recess have made public comments appearing to reassure foreign partners that the U.S. relationship with their countries is not changing for the worse, despite remarks from President Donald Trump that can make those partners think otherwise.
Trump's former bodyguard paid $75,000 by RNC for security consulting
A firm run by Keith Schiller, the loyal bodyguard who followed Donald Trump from the boardroom to the Oval Office and then abruptly departed in September, has been added to the payroll of the Republican National Committee , federal campaign filings show. Schiller’s firm, KS Global Group LLC, has
Democrats flip deep red Kentucky House seat. Republicans still control that chamber
Democrats celebrated another state legislative victory last night, reclaiming a Kentucky State House seat where President Donald Trump received 72 percent of the vote in the 2016 presidential election . Linda Belcher won the special election last night in Kentucky’s 49th House of Representatives
Ukrainian-linked lawyer pleads guilty to lying to feds in ongoing Russia elections meddling probe
Attorney Alex Van Der Zwaan pleaded guilty on Tuesday to making false statements to Special Counsel Robert Mueller 's team in the ongoing probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 election. It is being seen as the latest sign of pressure being applied on former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and
Attorney admits he lied to Mueller's federal agents
A 33-year-old attorney fired last year by a prominent international law firm has become the fourth person to plead guilty in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation
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
Will Russians indicted by special counsel face extradition? Don't hold your breath
The dozen-plus indictments filed by special counsel Robert Mueller last week roiled U.S. politics and detailed a remarkable Russian operation to influence American public opinion. But for those wondering whether the indictments might now lead to arrests or extradition from Russia for its 13 alleged
AP FACT CHECK: Trump lashes out on Russia probe
AP FACT CHECK: Trump denies absolving Russia of election meddling despite his trail of doubts about Moscow's involvement
AP FACT CHECK: Trump roars on Twitter about Russia probe
AP FACT CHECK: Trump lashes out after Russia indictment, miscasting his record of skepticism about Moscow meddling
The Latest: Trump tweet undercuts McMaster Russia claims
President Donald Trump tweeted late Saturday that his national security adviser's contention that there was Russian interference in his election victory overlooks some key details.