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Cohen Hired IT Firm to Rig Early CNBC, Drudge Polls to Favor Trump

Cohen Hired IT Firm to Rig Early CNBC, Drudge Polls to Favor Trump

Behind the scenes, Michael Cohen hired RedFinch Solutions, then allegedly stiffed it—and his boss  Read more

Trump meets with coalition of Democrats and Republicans as shutdown drags on

Trump meets with coalition of Democrats and Republicans as shutdown drags on

Bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus members met with Trump at the White House  Read more

Brexit vote debacle puts Theresa May and the UK in a tough, but not catastrophic, corner

Brexit vote debacle puts Theresa May and the UK in a tough, but not catastrophic, corner

Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal suffered an overwhelming parliamentary rejection on Tuesday, a rejection on the scale of Michael Dukakis's rejection in 1988  Read more

New caravan heading to US makes first border crossing in Guatemala

New caravan heading to US makes first border crossing in Guatemala

Roughly 500 Honduran migrants arrived Wednesday at the Guatemalan border as they trek toward the U.S. border, according to The Associated Press  Read more

Pelosi Calls For Postponement Of State Of The Union Address Due To Shutdown

Pelosi Calls For Postponement Of State Of The Union Address Due To Shutdown

The annual State of the Union message to Congress may be the latest casualty of the partial government shutdown  Read more

Religious Freedom Day

Religious Freedom Day

A radical idea from the Founding Fathers that still works today  Read more

US service members killed in Syrian explosion, US military says

US service members killed in Syrian explosion, US military says

An explosion Wednesday in the northern Syria town of Manjib has resulted in U.S. casualties, the U.S. military in Iraq said  Read more

 If Trump wants to have even a chance of winning in 2020, he needs to end the shutdown now

If Trump wants to have even a chance of winning in 2020, he needs to end the shutdown now

As the partial government shutdown continues into its fourth week – leaving some 800,000 federal workers without paychecks and cutting important government services and programs – the American people are blaming President Trump  Read more

AG nominee William Barr promises to look into FBI bias

AG nominee William Barr promises to look into FBI bias

Attorney General nominee William Barr promised Tuesday that, if confirmed, he will look into allegations that political bias influenced FBI investigations related to the 2016 election  Read more

GOP maps out early 2020 strategy to retake House

GOP maps out early 2020 strategy to retake House

Republicans are crafting an early strategy to take back the House in 2020, zeroing in on districts carried by President Trump that recently flipped to Democrats and starting a recruitment process that will have a heavy emphasis on female candidates  Read more

Judge strikes down Trump administration's plan to add a citizenship question to 2020 Census

Judge strikes down Trump administration's plan to add a citizenship question to 2020 Census

A federal district judge Tuesday struck down the Trump administration’s plan to add a question on citizenship to the 2020 Census, ruling that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross exceeded his authority under federal law  Read more

Iowa's King off House committees after remarks about race

Iowa's King off House committees after remarks about race

Veteran Republican Rep. Steve King will be blocked from committee assignments for the next two years after lamenting that white supremacy and white nationalism have become offensive terms  Read more

Joe Lieberman: 'Democratic Party is not going to succeed' with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's policies

Joe Lieberman: 'Democratic Party is not going to succeed' with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's policies

Former Sen. Joe Lieberman kept his feud with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez alight Sunday after he accused the socialist millennial of bringing down the Democratic Party  Read more

Trump Says U.S. Will Hurt Turkey Economically If It Hits Kurds

Trump Says U.S. Will Hurt Turkey Economically If It Hits Kurds

President Donald Trump’s warning that if Turkey attacks U.S.-backed Kurdish forces in Syria, the United States will “devastate Turkey economically” has drawn a sharp response from Ankara and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s spokesman  Read more

William Barr, AG nominee: Robert Mueller will be allowed to complete his work

William Barr, AG nominee: Robert Mueller will be allowed to complete his work

Attorney General nominee William Barr will allow special counsel Robert Mueller to complete his investigation if confirmed by the U.S. Senate, according to prepared remarks he’s poised to deliver at Tuesday’s confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee  Read more

Congress Is Not a Coequal Branch of Government — It’s Supreme

Congress Is Not a Coequal Branch of Government — It’s Supreme

Our country has forgotten aspects of republicanism, especially the notion of self-government  Read more

Trump backs off national emergency with no end to shutdown in sight

Trump backs off national emergency with no end to shutdown in sight

Over the weekend, White House aides and advisers said they were still unsure how the president planned to end the government shutdown  Read more

U.S. starts withdrawing supplies, but not troops, from Syria

U.S. starts withdrawing supplies, but not troops, from Syria

The U.S. military says it has started pulling equipment, but not troops, out of Syria as a first step in meeting President Donald Trump's demand for a complete military withdrawal  Read more