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Bipartisan bill seeks to help Afghan translators obtain visas
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators introduced legislation Wednesday that seeks 2,500 additional visas for Afghans who assisted U.S. forces by working as interpreters. Last week, the U.S. Embassy in Kabul stopped interviewing Afghans who had applied for Special Immigrant Visas -- intended for
GOP Sen. Paul calls colleague McCain 'a little bit unhinged'
Sen. Rand Paul has called fellow Republican Sen. John McCain "a little bit unhinged" in reaction to McCain's statement the previous day in which he said "the senator from Kentucky is now working for Vladimir Putin."
Marine leaders vow to combat online nude photo sharing
The top U.S. Marine says he intends to fix the problem that led to current and former Corps members sharing nude photos of female Marines online and making lewd or threatening comments about them
Trump administration weighs options for travel ban
The White House has signaled that Trump could issue a new executive order after a three-judge panel ruled last week against reinstating his travel ban.
Trump Adviser Doubles Down on Claims of Voter Fraud and of 'Thousands' of Voters Bused Into New Hampshire
Senior White House policy adviser Stephen Miller doubled down on President Trump ’s unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud , including the president’s reported claim that thousands of voters were bused into New Hampshire to illegally cast ballots in the presidential election . “I can tell
Supporters Tweet #LetLizSpeak After Elizabeth Warren Silenced on Senate Floor
Democrats rushed to Twitter on Wednesday in defense of Sen. Elizabeth Warren after Republicans rebuked her on the Senate floor Tuesday night for quoting 30-year-old criticisms of Jeff Sessions ahead of his confirmation vote to become U.S. attorney general. The Massachusetts senator had referenced
Key Moments from Rex Tillerson's Confirmation Hearing for Secretary of State
Donald Trump 's pick for secretary of state, Rex Tillerson , was grilled on a variety of topics, including nuclear weapons, human rights and climate change during his Senate confirmation hearings today. He also shared his views on a number of critical regions around the world, telling the Senate
Hillary Clinton Campaign Sorted Potential VP Picks Into 'Food Groups' by Race and Gender, Email Shows
Clinton campaign officials grouped potential vice presidential running mates by race and gender, according to a recently leaked email, further suggesting the degree to which their run for the White House appeared to be scripted. Campaign chairman John Podesta -- whose hacked emails have been
Rich Lowry: If Not for Trump, Clinton's 'E-Mails Would Have Been the Dominant Story'
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