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Trump loses lead attorney on the Russia investigation
Gen. H.R. McMaster has resigned his post as national security adviser.
Legal shake-up in Trump team may suggest shift in strategy
President Donald Trump's lead lawyer in the special counsel's Russia investigation has resigned Thursday, shaking up the legal team just as Trump intensifies attacks on an inquiry he calls nothing more than a witch hunt
John Dowd, Trump's lead Russia probe lawyer, resigns
John Dowd, President Trump ’s lead attorney for the ongoing investigations by Special Counsel Robert Mueller , has resigned. "I love the President and wish him well,” Dowd told ABC News. Just last weekend, Dowd created a firestorm when he said "I pray that Acting Attorney General Rosenstein will
AP FACT CHECK: Trump off on battling IS, Clinton remarks
AP FACT CHECK: Trump gets his facts wrong when it comes to recounting the battle against Islamic State militants, mangles Hillary Clinton's remarks about women
AP FACT CHECK: Trump mangles Clinton comments on election
AP FACT CHECK: Trump mangles Clinton comment on election, ignores gains against Islamic State achieved by others
EXCLUSIVE: Fired FBI official authorized criminal probe of Sessions, sources say
Nearly a year before Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired senior FBI official Andrew McCabe for what Sessions called a "lack of candor," McCabe oversaw a federal criminal investigation into whether Sessions lacked candor when testifying before Congress about contacts with Russian operatives,
Trevor Noah: Trump should pretend he takes drugs to prove it's 'uncool'
Trevor Noah said President Donald Trump might be "the right man for the job" if he's serious about demonstrating to American kids what drugs can do to their brains. "What Trump needs is a way to make drugs seem really uncool for young people, and, for once, I believe he's the right man for the
First lady vows to fight cyberbullying despite critics
Melania Trump commits herself to helping reduce cyberbullying, despite the criticism.
Some examples of President Trump's insulting tweets
As his wife sat down with tech companies Tuesday to talk about how to fight cyberbullying, a look at President Donald Trump's own specialty of name-calling tweets. Just among congressional critics, there's "Pocahontas" Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, "Cryin' Chuck Schumer " of New York, "Wacky"