Time magazine disputes Trump's 'Person of the Year' claim

(WASHINGTON) -- Time magazine has disputed President Donald Trump's claim that he turned down the publication's request for an interview and photo shoot for its "Person of the Year" issue.

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Flynn legal team no longer discussing special counsel Russia probe with Trump lawyers

(WASHINGTON) -- Lawyers for former national security adviser Michael Flynn have told President Trump's legal team that they will no longer share information regarding special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, ... Read More

Facebook will let users know if they liked Russian-linked election propaganda

(NEW YORK) -- Facebook has developed a new tool that it says will allow users to see if they liked or followed accounts and content linked to a Russian internet company that was outed as a troll farm after the 2016 elections.

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Dreamers stage protest during Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

(NEW YORK) -- Four Dreamers momentarily halted the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City in a demonstration they say is aimed at calling for action from Congress to replace an expiring Obama-era program that protects them from deportation.<... Read More

Turkeys pardoned by Trump and Obama now birds of a feather in Virginia

(BLACKSBURG, Va.) -- Donald Trump and Barack Obama may be worlds apart on the political spectrum, but the turkeys the presidents pardoned couldn't be closer -- they're now neighbors in Virginia.

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What's on the menu for President Trump's Thanksgiving dinner

(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump will enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner this evening with "friends and family at the winter White House," the first lady's spokesperson said.

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President Trump assures troops they're 'fighting for something real' in Thanksgiving call

(NEW YORK) --  President Trump offered his thanks to members of the military serving overseas on Thanksgiving -– holding a video call with those at posts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Turkey, Bahrain, and aboard the USS Monterey.

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Texas congressman apologizes for nude online selfie

(WASHINGTON) -- Republican Rep. Joe Barton of Texas is apologizing for a graphic image of himself that emerged on social media this week, confirming he took the picture and sent it to women with whom he was pursuing relationships.

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Doug Jones forced to defend record on crime in wake of Trump criticism

(WASHINGTON) -- Doug Jones was faced with a new challenge in his race against Roy Moore for senator in Alabama on Tuesday when President Donald Trump greeted reporters on the White House lawn with a slew of attacks on Jones' record. One of those atta... Read More

O'Malley: Democratic party 'regenerating itself, almost like after a bad forest fire'

(WASHINGTON) -- According to former Maryland governor and 2016 presidential candidate Martin O’Malley, former President Obama, the Democratic National Committee, and the Clintons bear responsibility for miscalculations that weakened the Democra... Read More

FCC stonewalling probe of 'massive scheme' involving fake net neutrality comments, New York attorney general says

(ALBANY, N.Y.) -- New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman released an open letter to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai, accusing the agency of stonewalling his office's investigation into what he called a "massive scheme" to inu... Read More