(WASHINGTON) -- Since his first presidential bid, Donald Trump has been an outspoken critic of big-money politics, saying "I don't need anybody's money," mocking Republican candidates backed by the Koch brothers as "puppets" and even calling super PA...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Adam Schiff, said Wednesday morning that the Justice Department will turn over subpoenaed documents related to special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into 2016 Russian...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The Trump campaign went on the defensive Tuesday, pushing back against news reports of an internal poll that showed the president losing in key battleground states. Sources familiar with the polling told ABC News the resul...

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(WASHINGTON) -- In a newly released agenda, Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand tackles an issue that has been a cornerstone of her congressional career -- paid family leave and policies that offer support to working families....

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(WASHINGTON) -- A trove of documents related to the government’s case against Michael Cohen, the president’s onetime personal attorney, will remain redacted for now, a federal judge ruled Tuesday, after prosecutors informed the court that...

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(WASHINGTON) -- After hearing from top Trump officials, Democratic lawmakers are expressing alarm over the administration's posture in the Middle East and the possibility of a conflict with Iran. In particular, some members of Congress ev...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The Congressional Hispanic Caucus is demanding answers on the latest death of a minor who had been apprehended at the border.The 16-year-old, who was traveling without his parents, died at a U.S. Border Patrol station on M...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday issued subpoenas for documents and testimony from Hope Hicks and Annie Donaldson, two former senior White House officials, as they condemned former White House counsel Don McGahn's dismissal of...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee are pushing back on terms offered by Justice Department officials for special counsel Robert Mueller's testimony, objecting to a proposal for him to give a public opening statement before ans...

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(WASHINGTON) -- After a female congresswoman challenged Housing Secretary Ben Carson on his budget and housing policies on Tuesday, Carson responded by urging lawmakers to “think logically rather than just emotionally."Rep. Nydia Ve...

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(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump is expected to tap immigration-hardliner and former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to a new immigration-focused role within the Department of Homeland Security, a source familiar confirmed to ABC News....

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(WASHINGTON) -- Lawyers for the Trump Organization on Tuesday appealed a federal judge's ruling in favor of House Democrats in their efforts to obtain President Donald Trump’s financial records, marking the first legal victory for Democrats as...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Advocacy groups on Tuesday asked the Education Department’s internal watchdog to investigate Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' handling of states' requests to use federal funds to arm teachers.A letter obtained by ABC...

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(WASHINGTON) -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is facing mounting pressure to initiate impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, resulting in a clash behind closed doors with members of her own party on Monday evening in a House Democratic...

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