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Former Trump adviser Roger Stone says he had 'frank exchange' with House panel
Arriving on Capitol Hill with his attorneys Tuesday morning, Stone said he planned to tell the committee "the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth."
Stone says no coordination between Trump campaign and Russia
Longtime Donald Trump associate Roger Stone says he's "aware of no evidence whatsoever" that Trump's campaign coordinated with Russians during the 2016 election.
Alabama Senate primary runoff a proxy war for Trump and Bannon
Steve Bannon's endorsement of Roy Moore frames Trump-endorsed Luther Strange as the establishment Republican candidate.
What to know about the Republican runoff for Jeff Sessions' Senate seat
Today, Alabama Republicans will vote in a primary runoff for the Senate seat previously occupied by Attorney General Jeff Sessions . A first round of voting failed to yield a majority for a single candidate. Now, the top two candidates are competing for the GOP nomination in a race that has gained
Mongolian ruling party chooses replacement for dismissed PM
Mongolia's ruling party chose a replacement for the prime minister dismissed over allegations of corruption, as the resource-rich Asian nation struggles with an economic crisis and political infighting
Why President Trump triggers Gregg Popovich
FOR A MAN who loathes being probed for his inner thoughts, it's rather astonishing the degree to which Gregg Popovich publicly reflects on President Donald Trump. Three days after the 2016 presidential election, during the third week of the 2016-17 NBA season, Popovich unleashed a monologue of
A look at the Kurds, a stateless nation in a restive region
A look at the Kurds, a stateless nation of 30 million in the heart of a restive Middle East
Turkey sees high stakes in Iraqi Kurds' independence vote
Turkey sees high stakes in to referendum Iraqi Kurds are holding on whether their semi-autonomous region should seek independence from Baghdad
Florida special election evokes Trump, "The Apprentice"
Florida Democrats are facing a test to see whether anti-President Donald Trump politics will give them a boost ahead of a critical election year and perhaps signal a turnaround after two decades of Republican dominance of the Legislature.