(NEW YORK) -- Sen. Kamala Harris doubled down on her criticism of fellow 2020 hopeful Vice President Joe Biden and his remarks on busing in the first Democratic debate as a fundamental disagreement not "a personal conflict.""I have no intenti...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Labor Secretary Alex Acosta has resigned amid controversy over his role in a 2008 plea deal with accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.The resignation comes as ABC News has learned that nearly a dozen new alleged Epstein vict...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Earlier this month, a chilling missive arrived at the Chicago office of the American Civil Liberties Union: a fake ACLU flier that had surfaced online, calling on immigrants to boycott the 2020 census."If you get a census form...

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(WASHINGTON) -- A three-judge panel in Washington will hear oral arguments Friday morning on whether President Donald Trump's accounting firm, Mazars USA, must hand over 10 years worth of the president's financial records to a Democrat-controlled Hou...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Jeffrey Epstein, a wealthy financier charged with sex trafficking, has been a prolific donor to various Democratic campaigns and party committees over the past couple decades, including contributions to some who are now calling for th...

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(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump announced Thursday he is backing down from his effort to include a citizenship question on the 2020 census, and will instead take executive action that instructs the Commerce Department to obtain an estimate of...

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(WASHINGTON) -- 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris on Thursday took fresh aim at former Vice President Joe Biden over his remarks on busing in the first Democratic debate, calling his efforts to explain “revisionist history.”...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Flipping the government's immigration policies has been a focus for most 2020 Democratic candidates, but Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Thursday became among the first to lay out a sweeping plan to overhaul the nation's immigration laws and...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday voted to authorize a dozen subpoenas, requesting documents and testimony from twelve current and former administration officials and associates of President Donald Trump related t...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The decision by a local Minnesota city council to remove the Pledge of Allegiance from its meetings prompted a reaction from President Donald Trump on Thursday."The Pledge of Allegiance to our great Country, in St. Louis Park,...

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(NEW YORK) -- Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet said Thursday that despite his low standing in most polls of the 2020 race, the campaign is still in it's "early days" and he has ample time to break through a crowded field."This is early days, and...

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(NEW YORK) -- Sen. Bernie Sanders pushed back against the notion that he has not shared enough about his personal life and family during his two presidential runs Thursday morning, arguing that ultimately, his ideas to "transform the country" should...

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(NEW YORK) -- Former Vice President Joe Biden is expected to lay the groundwork of his foreign policy plan during a speech on Thursday afternoon in New York City.Biden is expected to draw sharp contrasts with President Donald Trump, whom he's...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Struggling to gain support from the African American community early in Democratic presidential primaries, Pete Buttigieg has unveiled a full-scale policy plan aimed at uplifting and supporting black Americans.The South Bend,...

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