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Oversight committee may subpoena USDA, DOJ over air travel

(WASHINGTON) -- The Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee is sending a warning shot to federal agencies and the White House for not fully complying with the panel's investigation into a... Read More

Senators reach deal to continue Obamacare insurance subsidy payments

(WASHINGTON) -- Less than a week after President Donald Trump signed an executive order to halt government payments that subsidize insurance plans for low-income Americans, Senate leaders agreed "in principle" to a bill that would cover the payments ... Read More

Independent economists on why they aren't buying Trump's tax plan promise

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump told the audience at a Heritage Foundation event in Washington Tuesday night that his administration's tax plan will boost the average American household income by $4,000. The figure was included in a report fro... Read More

Sean Spicer interviewed by special counsel team

(WASHINGTON) -- Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer met with members of special counsel Robert Mueller’s staff Monday as part of the expanding probe into potential collusion with Russia on election interference efforts in the 2016 pr... Read More

Obama didn't call John Kelly when his Marine son died in action, White House official says

(WASHINGTON) -- Adding to the continued drama over whether past presidents have called the families of fallen soldiers, a senior White House official told ABC News today that then-President Obama did not call John Kelly, now the White House chief of ... Read More

Michael Flynn Jr. likely to receive Senate subpoena in Russia probe, source says

(WASHINGTON) -- The Senate Intelligence Committee will likely subpoena Michael Flynn Jr., the son of former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn, after he declined to be interviewed by the committee as part of its Russia probe, accordi... Read More

Congressman withdraws bid to be Trump's drug czar after controversy

(WASHINGTON) -- Rep. Tom Marino, R-Pa., withdrew his nomination to lead the Office of National Drug Control Policy after a news report found that a bill he authored weakened the Drug Enforcement Administration's ability to go after drug companies dis... Read More

Hillary Clinton says she won't run again despite Donald Trump's urging

(WASHINGTON) -- Hillary Clinton has reiterated, yet again, that she is not going to run for president a third time, despite President Donald Trump's latest urging that she do so.

During an interview that aired today with BBC Radio 4 in the... Read More

Unwanted sexual advances not just a Hollywood, Weinstein story

(NEW YORK) -- More than half of U.S. women have experienced unwanted and inappropriate sexual advances from men, three in 10 have put up with unwanted advances from male co-workers and a quarter have endured them from men who had influence over their... Read More

Trump's announcements add to Congress' already lengthy to-do list

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump’s big announcements last week on health care and Iran have big implications, but ones Congress will largely have to sort out, adding major items to their already massive to-do list.

With only 38... Read More

Trump draws ire after falsely claiming 'most' past presidents didn't call families of fallen soldiers

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump touched a nerve with former White House officials after saying on Monday that previous presidents did not make phone calls to the families of fallen service members.

Trump was responding to a question... Read More