(WASHINGTON) -- Hundreds of dignitaries, heads of state and family members will gather at Washington National Cathedral Wednesday for a state funeral honoring the life of former President George H.W. Bush.The remains of the 41st president...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Federal workers are being warned to leave that #ResistTrump coffee mug or “Make America Great Again” hat at home and to stop wading into political arguments on social media. Talking about the possibility of presidential im...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Special counsel Robert Mueller is recommending no prison time for retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, citing the former national security adviser’s “substantial assistance” in his ongoing investigation into Russian inter...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Plaintiffs in a major lawsuit accusing President Donald Trump of violating a constitutional clause that prohibits elected officials from doing business with foreign governments have begun issuing subpoenas for information about one of...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The incoming Democratic House Majority Leader said Tuesday that it is possible that his party could refuse to seat a North Carolina Republican who won a closely contested congressional race, as state officials investigate allegations...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Defense Secretary James Mattis has approved the extension of active duty troops to the southern border security mission through Jan. 31, according to a U.S. defense official. The official did not say how many of the 5,600...

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(NEW YORK) -- When Rep. Steve Scalise was practicing baseball for the annual congressional charity game in June 2017, he thought he heard a car backfire.But the next time he heard the noise on the field in Alexandria, Virginia, he knew so...

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(WASHINGTON) -- At a book talk in Missoula, Montana, Monday night, former Vice President Joe Biden said he thinks he is the “most qualified person in the country to be president.”The Pennsylvania native said his decision about...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The national organization that works to elect Republican congressional candidates was the "victim of a cyber intrusion" during the midterm campaign season earlier this year, ABC News has confirmed.Politico first reported t...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Members of special counsel Robert Mueller's team are expected Tuesday to describe former Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn's efforts to cooperate with their investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign. It's the first in a...

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(ATLANTA) -- Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams fell short last month in her insurgent bid to become the first Democratic governor of the Peach State in more than 15 years, but now her party's energy is being redirected toward a different...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The White House and outside supporters of the Senate criminal justice reform bill have grown increasingly frustrated with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s handling of the legislation, multiple sources familiar with the m...

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(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump ventured to the U.S. Capitol on Monday night to pay their respects to former President George H.W. Bush, who died last Friday at the age of 94.The pair visited Bush's cas...

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(WASHINGTON) -- CIA Director Gina Haspel is headed to Capitol Hill Tuesday morning to brief a limited group of senior senators on the role top Saudi Arabian officials played in the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, this according to senior Senate...

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