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Lawmakers suggest former Trump aide Flynn broke US law
The Republican and Democratic leaders of a House committee say President Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, appeared to violate the law in failing to seek permission to accept tens of thousands of dollars from Russian organizations
Hungary: Opposition seeks repeal of law about US university
Opposition lawmakers are asking the Constitutional Court to repeal a law they say targets Central European University, founded by billionaire philanthropist George Soros
US eyes more border prosecutions in shift for California
Through Republican and Democratic administrations, the top federal prosecutor on California's border with Mexico has resisted going after people caught entering the U.S. illegally on their first try
Senate Democrats have enough support to filibuster Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch
Senate Democrats now have enough support to filibuster a final vote on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, and the move likely puts Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in a position to invoke the so-called nuclear option. This option would change Senate rules to allow a simple
Gymnasts testify before Congress about sex abuse claims
“They were in control of taking my dream away in a second.” That’s what Jamie Dantzscher, a former U.S. gymnastics member who won a bronze medal at the 2000 Olympics, said today of the psychological, emotional and sexual abuse she claims she suffered at the hands of some coaches and doctors with
The Note: The crucial health care vote
TRUMP’S FIRST 100 DAYS with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and SHUSHANNAH WALSHE Day No. 63 THE BIG STORY: Since there’s no Plan B, Plan A may have to wait a bit. Unless Plan A gets rewritten in ways House leaders have claimed was impossible, and in ways that would mean major changes (no “tweaks,” here) to the
Neil Gorsuch emotional about right-to-die questions in Supreme Court confirmation hearings
The right-to-die argument took center stage on the third day of Supreme Court confirmation hearings, prompting an emotional response from nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch . In 2006, Gorsuch wrote a book titled "The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia" about the ethical and legal debate surrounding
Neil Gorsuch gets emotional talking about right-to-die laws
President Trump's Supreme Court nominee mentioned his father when being questioned by Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
Supreme Court nominee seeks distance from Trump administration, says attacks on federal judges 'disheartening'
Judge Neil Gorsuch sought to distance himself from the Trump administration and slam the president for his attacks against federal judges during his testimony before members of Congress on Tuesday, his second day of a Supreme Court confirmation hearing. Gorsuch said he was offended by language used
Key moments from SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearing
Judge Neil Gorsuch , President Trump's nominee to be the next U.S. Supreme Court justice, testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee today, answering questions about the president's travel ban, Roe v. Wade and other hot button issues. Here are some of the key takeaways from today's hearing.