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John McCain is not signing off quietly, stirring up old battles and starting new ones
The TAKE with Rick Klein Donald Trump ’s presidency stands at this moment somewhere between nuclear war and a Nobel Peace Prize – and somehow seems more stable than it’s been in a while. This particular split-screen – stepping toward an agreement with North Korea while bringing Americans home ,
The Senate is working against a midnight Friday deadline to pass a $1.3. trillion spending bill to keep the government from running out of money – but as he's done before – Kentucky Republican Rand Paul is threatening delays that could cause another shutdown. Paul has said he wanted to read each of
Lawmakers are warning President Trump not to fire special counsel Robert Mueller after Trump's personal attorney called for an end to the Mueller's inquiry.
George Stephanopoulos reports the latest after another week with a major member of the president's cabinet fired.
The House Intelligence Committee unanimously voted Monday evening to release a Democratic-authored memo in response to the controversial GOP memo released by the committee last week. President Trump will have five days to review the memo and decide whether to approve its declassification or reject
Congress passed a month-long extension to fund the government through Jan. 19, and passed a short-term extension to the Children's Health Insurance Program.
In a shift in long-standing U.S. policy, the president announced the American Embassy will move to Jerusalem.