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Trump deposed in José Andrés lawsuit

President-elect sued celebrity chef for pulling out of a restaurant deal.        

Trump: I'm only reporting what Assange says

President-elect scheduled to receive Russia briefing on Friday.        

Trump hits Democrats over Obamacare repeal

President-elect mocks Democratic leader Schumer as 'head clown'        

Kasich, after opposing Trump, to attend inauguration

Gov. John Kasich plans to attend the inauguration of his former political rival, President-elect Donald Trump, on Jan. 20.        

Fight still looms over House ethics watchdog

Panel slated to draft plan on controversial Office of Congressional Ethics this year.        

Report: California Congressman spent $600 in campaign funds on rabbit

Hunter’s staff said the cost of the rabbit travel was a mistake.        

Sen. Jeff Flake under pressure to oppose Trump Treasury pick

Liberal advocacy group is launching TV commercial urging viewers to pressure Flake to vote against Steven Mnuchin.        

For the Record: Should we call them Trump lies?

It's been said that there are three kinds of lies. Maybe we need four. Or five.        

Trump says intelligence hearing on Russia delayed until Friday

Trump repeated his doubts about the "so-called" Russian hacking.        

N. Korea says intercontinental missile is near. Trump says 'It won't happen!'

In his annual New Year’s address, Kim Jong Un said plans for an intercontinental ballistic missile have “reached the final stage.”        

The Russian hacking saga: How we got here

The story of the alleged Russian hack has all the makings of a blockbuster film.        

Trump dubious about sanctions on Russia for hacking

President-elect questions whether Russia sought to influence the vote        

Democrats call for rallies nationwide to oppose GOP on health care

Congressional leaders are calling for a Jan. 15 "day of action" to protest GOP plans        

Reid: 2020 Dem possibilities resemble 'old-folks’ home'

The potential 2020 Democratic field is looking like “an old-folks' home,” according to outgoing Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid.        

Trump: Smooth transition with Obama is over

Earlier this week, Obama said he thinks he could have won had he been able to run for another term.        

Obama edges Trump as 'most admired' man in America

Obama tops the list for the 9th year; Clinton is most admired woman for the 21st time.        

GOP pushes rules change to prevent another Democratic sit-in

House Republicans want to slap penalties on lawmakers who broadcast live from the floor        

For the Record: 2020 Democratic front-runner is 'nope'

For now, the Democratic Party is in the dark about a 2020 strategy. But you know what they say: The sooner you fall behind, the more time yo...        

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