Michael Cohen's longtime business associate strikes deal to cooperate with investigators: Source

(NEW YORK) -- A longtime business associate of President Trump’s former personal attorney has agreed to cooperate with the government as part of a plea deal reached with prosecutors in New York, a source familiar with the agreement told ABC New... Read More

Judge rules Trump can't block people from Twitter account

(NEW YORK) -- A federal judge in New York ruled Wednesday that President Donald Trump can't block people from his Twitter account because they disagree with his political views, saying such action violates the First Amendment.

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President Trump formally denies allegations by former 'Apprentice' contestant Summer Zervos

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump has formally denied allegations made by a former contestant on "The Apprentice" who is suing him for defamation.

Trump's legal team submitted its answer to the lawsuit filed in New York by Summer Zerv... Read More

No concessions to North Korea ahead of summit with Trump: Pompeo

(WASHINGTON) -- Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday that the June meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is moving forward as scheduled, despite growing concerns among White House officials and the presid... Read More

Mysterious death of CDC worker Timothy Cunningham ruled suicide by drowning: Medical examiner

(ATLANTA) -- The mysterious death of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention epidemiologist -- whose body was found along the banks of a river weeks after he disappeared -- has been ruled a suicide by drowning, officials said.

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Senate bill would hold lawmakers personally accountable in sexual harassment cases

(WASHINGTON) -- The Senate has released its version of a landmark measure that would hold lawmakers personally accountable for sexual harassment, including making them pay for claims out of their own pockets and making those payments public.
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President Trump claims the 'criminal deep state' pursuit of him has backfired

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump fired off another allegation that a “Criminal Deep State" within the FBI and Department of Justice is pursuing him, after media reports that an FBI informant was embedded in his 2016 presidential campaign.... Read More

Pentagon to keep allowing cell phones but with strict rules

(LANGLEY, Virginia) -- The Defense Department has decided it will continue allowing the use of cellphones at the Pentagon, but it will strictly enforce existing rules to prevent cell phones from being brought into secure areas at the nation's militar... Read More

EPA will move to label chemical found in drinking water 'hazardous'

(WASHINGTON) -- Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt says the agency will move to regulate as "hazardous" a type of harmful chemical found in the drinking water of millions of Americans, calling it a "national priority."

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'If they had spies in my campaign, that would be a disgrace to this country': Trump

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump continued to fuel GOP accusations that an informant was embedded in his presidential campaign for political purposes, saying Tuesday that “a lot of people are saying” there were spies.

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White House sinkhole engulfs DC Twitter feeds

(WASHINGTON) -- Reporters have filled Twitter feeds with jokes and puns about th... Read More

House conservatives want second special counsel to investigate alleged DOJ 'misconduct'

(WASHINGTON) -- A group of House Republicans called Tuesday for the appointment of a second special counsel to investigate concerns about the Department of Justice and FBI, just days after Trump first called for an investigation into whether his camp... Read More

DHS secretary 'not aware' Putin tried to help Trump win 2016 election

(WASHINGTON) -- Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen raised eyebrows Tuesday when she told reporters on Capitol Hill that she is "not aware" of a conclusion by the U.S. intelligence community that Russian President Vladimir Putin sought to he... Read More

Woman who claims Missouri governor tried to blackmail her with nude photos breaks her silence

(ST. LOUIS) -- The hair stylist who claims Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens used partially nude photos of her to blackmail her into keeping quiet about their love affair told a St. Louis TV station, "I'm not lying."

In her first media interview... Read More