In latest White House exit, Trump to lose counsel McGahn

White House counsel Don McGahn, whose relationship with President Donald Trump has been strained by the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, is set to leave the job in coming weeks.

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Former Vice President Biden salutes McCain as ‘a brother’

The late Republican U.S. Senator John McCain was eulogized from across America’s political divide on Thursday by Democratic former Vice President Joe Biden, who hailed his longtime Senate colleague as a “brother” and beacon of bipartisanship.

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Trump seeks to backtrack on 2017 comments on Comey firing

U.S. President Donald Trump sought to backtrack on comments last year in which he tied his decision to fire FBI Director James Comey to a probe into Russian election meddling, accusing NBC News on Thursday of “fudging” their interview, but offering no …

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Republican senator asks FTC to examine Google ads

U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch on Thursday asked the Federal Trade Commission to rekindle an antitrust investigation of Alphabet Inc’s Google, and President Donald Trump vowed to fight what he called political censorship by social media companies.

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Heather Locklear Faces 3 New Charges, Including Battery, for Allegedly Attacking First Responders

Heather Locklear Faces 3 New Charges, Including Battery, for Allegedly Attacking First Responders  PEOPLE.comHeather Locklear charged with three misdemeanor counts stemming from June disturbance  USA TODAYHeather Locklear charged fo…

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Iran is complying with nuclear deal restrictions: IAEA report

Iran has remained within the main restrictions on its nuclear activities imposed by a 2015 deal with major powers, a confidential report by the U.N. atomic watchdog indicated on Thursday.

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Former Texas policeman jailed for 15 years for black teen’s murder

A white former Texas policeman was jailed on Wednesday for 15 years over the deadly shooting of an unarmed black teenager in a Dallas suburb last year that fueled a national debate over possible racial bias in U.S. policing.

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Cuomo, Nixon argue over who is bigger Trump critic at NY gubernatorial debate

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and challenger Cynthia Nixon argued over who was the stauncher opponent of U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday in their only debate as they battle for the state’s Democratic gubernatorial nomination next month.

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Drones and stakeouts: how Tesla ‘haters’ put pressure on CEO Musk

An online army of skeptics and amateur sleuths that has spent years promoting bets against Tesla Inc senses an opportunity to renew pressure on the electric carmaker after the failure of Chief Executive Elon Musk’s plan to take it private.

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Special Report: In Venezuela, new cryptocurrency is nowhere to be found

To hear Venezuela’s leftist President Nicolas Maduro tell it, this remote hamlet of 1,300 souls is perched on the cutting edge of an innovation in cryptocurrency.

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