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President Trump's strongest supporters are Fox News viewers, according to polls. If the network grows more critical of him, that could have an impact.
Adm. Joe Sestak, who once commanded 15,000 sailors, is polling at 0% in the 2020 Democratic primary. He walked across N.H. in a bid to win votes.
On Tuesday, senior U.S. diplomat to Ukraine William Taylor told lawmakers he was concerned aid was being held up for ‘domestic political reasons.’
At a Monitor Breakfast, the head of a key Homeland Security agency defended new restrictions on legal immigration in “America First” terms.
With new Department of Justice regulations, the Trump administration is closer to collecting biometric data on hundreds of thousands of migrants.
The public still does not know which two Florida counties were hacked during the 2016 election. Some officials are advocating for more transparency.
Asked why Trump wanted the G7 at his Florida resort, Mick Mulvaney said Mr. Trump "still considers himself to be in the hospitality business."
Adam Schiff has become the symbol of the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry. That is not an easy role to fill.
Conservatives espouse the ideal of self-sufficiency, while liberals embrace interdependence – a divide that’s central to the debate over immigration.
Career bureaucrats are among those providing evidence in the Democratic-led impeachment investigation of President Trump.
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