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Republicans jeer at 'Fantasy Island’ impeachment investigation as House Dems boost tools to go after President Trump
Florida GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz called the committee's activities "impeachment in drag."
John Bolton: Trump's national security adviser is out
US President Donald Trump has announced he fired his hawkish National Security Adviser John Bolton, adding that he disagreed "strongly" with him.
Hurricane Dorian: Trump map mysteriously loops in Alabama
When President Donald Trump updated the US public on Wednesday about Hurricane Dorian, he used a map that at a glance looked identical to one released by forecasters last week.
Madeleine Westerhout: White House aide fired after leaks on Trump family
US President Donald Trump's personal assistant has been forced to resign from the White House after leaking private information about his family.
FBI's James Comey broke rules with Trump memo, says watchdog
Former FBI Director James Comey has been criticised in a Department of Justice report for the leak of memos on his interactions with President Trump.
Barron Trump has grown a lot since we last saw him
Photos of Barron Trump exiting Air Force One with his famous parents have got people talking because he’s rarely seen in public.
Trump administration announces rule that could limit legal immigration
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra called the rule "vile" and an "attack on families and lower income communities of color."
Despondent Stephen Colbert Begs Obama ‘Please Come Back’
Although Colbert pointed out, everyone knew who he was talking about.
INF nuclear treaty: Nato 'to avoid arms race' after US-Russia pact ends
Nato will aim to avoid a new arms race with Russia, its secretary general says, after the US formally withdrew from a key nuclear treaty with Moscow.
‘Trump’s a racist, but who cares’
Donald Trump is being slammed for racist tweets (again), but who cares? This isn’t about racism, it’s about maths, argues Joe Hildebrand.
US economic growth slows below Trump target
The US economy grew less than previously thought last year, missing President Donald Trump's target of 3%.
Trump's doctored presidential seal leads to firing
A member of a conservative US group has been fired after projecting a doctored version of the presidential seal at an event featuring President Donald Trump.
5 key takeaways from Robert Mueller's testimony before Congress
Moments after being sworn in for his testimony on Capitol Hill Wednesday morning, former special counsel Robert Mueller again doubled down on his commitment not to take his testimony beyond the bounds of his 448-page report.
Robert Mueller's Made-For-TV Moment Arrives: "This Is The Super Bowl of Hearings"
"Bob Mueller is not known for providing riveting TV," CBS News bureau chief Christopher Isham cautioned.
Trump is a dangerous media mastermind
Ever since the start of the television age, politicians have understood that the news coverage of controversial messages can do more than anything to advance a single cause.
Trump says US warship has destroyed Iranian drone in Strait of Hormuz
Move comes amid heightened tensions between countries
Hidden message in Trump’s tweets
Donald Trump’s racist comments are words that most leaders would never dare say in public. But for Trump it’s a calculated move with a hidden message.
Republicans silent as Trump renews racist attack on congresswomen
Condemnation of Trump’s attack on the congresswomen was widespread on Sunday, with the four Democrats, senior party figures and mainstream press outlets condemning them as racist
‘Completely unacceptable’: Theresa May reprimands Donald Trump over US Democrat women rant
British Prime Minister Theresa May has branded US President Donald Trump’s comments “completely unacceptable,” after he angrily suggested on Twitter that four US “progressive” Democrat congresswomen should “go back” home.
Facebook $5 Billion U.S. Privacy Settlement Approved by FTC
Agency votes 3-2 to approve record privacy agreement
US Labour Secretary Alex Acosta resigns over Epstein case
US Labour Secretary Alex Acosta is resigning amid criticism of his brokering of a plea deal for financier Jeffrey Epstein in a child sex case.
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