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Bannon to conservatives: Fear 'corrupt' GOP establishment
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon says conservatives needn't worry about Democrats but instead should focus on the "corrupt and incompetent Republican establishment."
Black lawmakers ponder Trump agenda at annual gathering
A year after Trump asked black voters, "What the hell do you have to lose?" lawmakers ponder president's agenda at annual gathering
White House: No defeat for Trump if Strange loses in Alabama
The White House suggests it won't be a defeat if a Republican incumbent endorsed by President Donald Trump ends up losing in Alabama's Senate primary race
Bannon to campaign for Moore in Alabama's GOP Senate runoff
Trump's former chief strategist, Steve Bannon, is planning to campaign against the Trump-backed candidate in Alabama's Republican Senate primary runoff
Next version of Trump travel ban could be more tailored
New, more tailored restrictions on travelers from additional countries could be part of next version of Trump's travel ban
Trump says he's putting political neck on line in Ala. race
President Donald Trump has tried to convince Alabama conservatives that the establishment choice in a Republican Senate runoff shares their revulsion of Washington politics
Trump stumps for Strange in Alabama but says he'll campaign for Moore if he wins
Despite delivering a meandering, hour-and-a-half-long speech that touched on the NFL, Kim Jong Un and his wife's stilettos, President Donald Trump drove home the message he intended to bring to Alabama: Sen. Luther Strange is his choice in Tuesday’s runoff election. But the president also made
Trump promises Alabama Sen. Strange will 'drain the swamp'
President Donald Trump is plunging into a Republican runoff election in Alabama that may prove an early test of how much sway he has over his base.
Rollback of federal police reform program riles advocates
Changes to a Department of Justice program that had reviewed police departments in hopes of building community trust have dismayed some civil rights advocates and left some cities wondering what to do next