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Russian Indictments Could Set Stage For More Mueller Charges

The indictment said the Russians conspired “with persons known and unknown,” which could include Americans.

It Won't Be Easy For Blue States To Dodge The GOP Tax Law

Democratic efforts to offset the lost state tax deductions are fraught with practical and political problems.

GOP Candidate Advocates Returning 'Prayer To The Classroom' To Stop School Shootings

"It's just so disturbing that society has deteriorated to this point morally that we are confronted with this."

GOP Lawmaker On Rob Porter Abuse Allegations: 'Why Are We Still Talking About It?'

The White House forced Porter from his job, Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-N.Y.) pointed out. End of story.

Mitt Romney Announces Run For Utah Senate Seat

The former presidential nominee and harsh Trump critic is slated to be the clear front-runner.

Trump Blasts Dems On DACA. Which He Ended.

Congress is scrambling to come up with an immigration deal, but the president says he won't compromise his demands.

Why Most Americans Can Buy AR-15s Before They Can Have Their First Beer

The 18-year-old age restriction to buy long guns, including assault-style rifles, is a vestige of a half-century-old law.

ACLU Challenges Ohio Law That Criminalizes Abortion After Down Syndrome Diagnosis

“If Ohio politicians wanted to proactively take a stance for people with disabilities, they should improve access to health care, education, or other services. This ban is just a thinly-veiled attempt to criminalize abortion in Ohio...

These Religious Leaders Are Fed Up With GOP’s Thoughts And Prayers

"As a faith leader my job is thoughts and prayers. It would be great if policy makers could do theirs."

Twitter Users Accuse Trump Of Victim Blaming After Florida Shooting

"Nothing like blaming the classmates for their own murders. Well done!" one user tweeted.

Steve Bannon Met With Robert Mueller's Team For Two Days This Week

He also refused to answer many questions during a meeting with the House Intelligence Committee.

Chuck Grassley Blasts Jeff Sessions For Trying To Torpedo Bipartisan Drug Sentencing Reform

“The president was going to fire him last spring and I went to his defense,” Grassley says of the attorney general, who wrote in opposition to a bipartisan bill.

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