Reporter's Notebook: Inside the White House's sprint to the 100-day finish line

(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump may have called the 100-day point of his presidency a “ridiculous marker,” but on the ground this past week the White House has been engaged in an all-hands... Read More

GOP pushes for one-week funding bill to avert government shutdown

(WASHINGTON) -- To avert a government shutdown at the end of the week, lawmakers are hoping that a stopgap measure would provide Congressional leadership more time to negotiate a larger funding bill.

The deadline for Congress to pass a spe... Read More

Former Trump adviser Mike Flynn under DoD investigation

(WASHINGTON) -- Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn was personally warned by the Pentagon against receiving payments from foreign governments in 2014 after leaving the Defense Intelligence Agency, Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., revealed Thursday.

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Nearly half of Americans think there's a 'deep state' in US: Poll

(NEW YORK) -- Nearly half of Americans think there’s a “deep state” in this country, just more than half think the mainstream media regularly report false stories and six in 10 say the Trump administration regularly makes false clai... Read More

Chaffetz will be absent from DC for up to four weeks for foot surgery

(WASHINGTON) -- House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz will be out of commission for up to four weeks as he heads back to his home state of Utah for "immediate foot surgery," he announced in an Read More

Trump to continue paying ObamaCare subsidies

(WASHINGTON) -- Democrats say the White House has signaled that the cost-sharing reduction subsidy payments from Obamacare will continue even if language guaranteeing them is not included in the government funding bill.

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Trump gives Pentagon authority to set troop levels in Syria and Iraq

(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump has delegated to the Pentagon the authority to set the American military troop levels in Iraq and Syria. The move restores a process that was in place prior to the Bush and Obama administrations and is another sign of ... Read More

Experts weigh in on impact of Trump's tax plan

(WASHINGTON) -- Experts are already taking issue with President Trump's newly-released tax plan -- in particular the White House's claim that economic growth would offset huge losses in government revenue from the proposed corporate tax cuts.
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Senators describe 'long and detailed' White House briefing on North Korea

(WASHINGTON) -- Several Senate Republicans described the full Senate briefing on North Korea at the White House Wednesday as a thorough accounting of the administration's diplomatic and military options when it comes to dealing with Kim Jong Un.
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US commander suggests missile defense in Hawaii amid N. Korea threat

(WASHINGTON) -- North Korea's ballistic missile threats towards the United States may one day match its rhetoric, the top U.S. military commander in the Pacific told a Congressional panel, and to ensure defenses are at their best, he suggested placin... Read More

Congresswomen meet to discuss missing women of color

(WASHINGTON) -- Following last month's spike in social media awareness around potential missing teens in the nation's capital, Congresswomen and law enforcement representatives convened on Capitol Hill on Wednesday to discuss better ways to help the ... Read More