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Trump says 'time will tell' fate of attorney general
President Donald Trump has cranked up the heat on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, scorning him as "very weak" and refusing to say whether he'll fire the nation's top law enforcement officer and his onetime political ally. It was an extraordinary public rebuke, and even fellow Republicans pushed
Trump cranks up heat on Sessions, says "time will tell" fate
President Donald Trump cranked up the heat Tuesday on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, scorning him as "very weak" and refusing to say whether he'll fire the nation's top law enforcement officer and his onetime political ally. It was an extraordinary public rebuke, and even fellow Republicans pushed
House approves Russia sanctions
The House of Representatives today passed sweeping sanctions that punish Russia for its election meddling and aggression toward its neighbors. The legislation passed by a count of 419-3, sending a strong bipartisan message to the White House that Congress will maintain its check on power over
The Latest: Speaker Ryan defends Trump's prerogative
Speaker Paul Ryan says President Donald Trump gets to decide his personnel amid reports that the president has spoken with advisers about firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Dems block passage of intelligence bill
House Democrats block passage of intelligence policy bill; accuse GOP of rushing it to a vote
The Latest: Kushner says he 'did not collude with Russia'
White House senior adviser and President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner says he did not collude with Russia
More reason for rejecting GOP health bill than reviving it
When it comes to the GOP health care bill, there are more reasons the Senate will reject it than see it revived
5 reasons why health care bill would fail, 3 why it may not
There are many reasons why the Senate will probably reject Republicans' crowning bill razing much of Obamacare
Sara Fagen: Passing health care reform is 'once in a generation opportunity for Republicans'
To my good friend John McCain, you asked me how he's doing. He's called me three times this morning. No more woe is me, Lindsey. He's yelling at me to buck up. So I'm going buck up. John is ready to come back. I ask one thing of the good lord. Just give him a chance for what time he's got left and
Trump lawyer says it's an open question whether president could pardon himself
Jay Sekulow , a member of President Trump ’s legal team, said it’s an open question whether the president has the authority to pardon himself. Sekulow was responding to a question from ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on "This Week" Sunday. “We have not, and continue to not have