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Trump Says of Possible Shutdown: 'If It Happens, It Happens'
President Donald Trump on Wednesday held out the possibility of a government shutdown before the November elections.
White House Warns Syria Against Chemical Weapons Use
The White House warned Assad that if he chooses to use chemical weapons, the U.S. and its allies "will respond swiftly."
'Stuttering John' Says He Prank-Called Trump Aboard Air Force 1
John Melendez, known as "Stuttering John" from his years on "The Howard Stern Show," released audio of his prank call with Tr...
Pompeo: US Will Need to Give Kim Jong Un Security Assurances
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. will need to "provide security assurances" to North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
White House Considers Head of Medical Association to Lead VA
The White House has been searching for the right person to lead VA, with 360,000 employees serving 9 million veterans.
Mixed Signals from Trump on VA Nominee as Allegations Build
His nomination in peril, Veterans Affairs nominee Ronny Jackson fought to convince lawmakers of his leadership abilities.
While in Peru, Pence Briefs US Lawmakers on Syrian Strikes
Pence conferred late Friday with U.S. congressional leaders by telephone about the planned strike against Syria.
Trump Defends $1.3T Spending Plan, Points to Military Gains
The president said he had "no choice" but to sign the bill, because the nation needs to fund the military.
Trump Pardons Navy Man Who Took Illegal Submarine Photos
President Trump has pardoned a sailor who took photos of classified areas inside a submarine and served a year in prison.
Trump Urges Ban on Gun Devices Like Bump Stocks
President Trump has directed the Justice Department to propose regulations to ban devices like the rapid-fire bump stocks.
Pence Visits Troops in Surprise Trip to Afghanistan
Vice President Pence has made an unannounced trip to Afghanistan to meet with Afghan leaders and visit U.S. troops.
White House Adviser Says North Korea Behind Big Ransomware Attack
The administration blamed North Korea for a ransomware attack that infected computers worldwide in May.
McConnell: Senate to Probe Reports of Russia Hacking
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters that an inquiry would be conducted by the Senate intelligence panel.
Preparing for White House, Trump to Attend Army-Navy Game
Trump's appearance at the game caps a week of rolling out Cabinet picks and holding "thank you" rallies in several states.
Jim Webb, Former Navy Secretary and Senator, to Run for President
Former U.S. senator Jim Webb announced his presidential campaign on Thursday, opening a long-shot bid against a field of Demo...
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A Russian court on Friday extended the arrest for Paul Whelan, who complained in court about abuse in custody.
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