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After trip's final day, Trump to return to tumult at home
President Donald Trump will return to Washington having rattled some allies and reassured others, but his White House still sits under a cloud of scandal
Kaine's son, 7 others, charged in protest of pro-Trump event
Youngest son of U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine among 8 people charged for allegedly disrupting a March rally in support of President Donald Trump
Mortuary chief 'proud' of how Glenn's remains were treated
As Air Force officials investigate allegations that inspectors were invited to view the remains of astronaut and former U.S. Sen. John Glenn at Dover Air Force Base, a military mortuary chief is defending the handling of Glenn's remains.
The Note: Jared Gets Some Heat
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY - Jared Kushner's contacts with Russian officials are under the spotlight in the Russia investigation, sources tell ABC News. - Montana special election candidate Greg Gianforte body-slammed a reporter on Wednesday and then won his U.S. House election on Thursday, 50-44
Lieberman latest person to withdraw from FBI director search
Former Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman has withdrawn from consideration for the role of FBI director
Senate laying groundwork for own health care replacement bill
Senate Republicans left their last lunch meeting before a weeklong recess optimistic that they can at least start working on their own version of a health care bill, with something on paper to discuss when they return in June. “I think leadership is going to spend this recess trying to develop a
GOP senators say tough report complicates health care bill
Republican senators are conceding that a scathing report on the GOP's House-passed health care bill has complicated their effort to write their own legislation
Trump plan to sell off half of oil stockpile sparks debate
President Donald Trump's proposal to sell nearly half the US emergency oil stockpile is renewing debate over the need for the Strategic Petroleum Reserve
Retailers cheer GOP retreat on ending debit card fees limit
Restaurants, grocers and several lawmakers are celebrating the decision to make a key change to a bill that would repeal much of the Dodd-Frank law enacted after the financial crisis
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