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- Trump's economic anxiety comes to a boil
- The long road to redemption for Felix Sater, Trump's man in Moscow
- 2020 Vision: Democratic field continues to shrink as Inslee and Moulton drop out
- DNC likely to raise polling threshold for November debate, sources say
- Sean Spicer on ‘DWTS’: Smooth move or misstep?
- Money crunch after Planned Parenthood quits federal program
Planned Parenthood clinics in several states are charging new fees, tapping financial reserves, intensifying fundraising and warning of more unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases after its decision to quit a $260 million federal family planning program in an abortion dispute with the Trump administration. The fallout is especially intense in Utah, where Planned Parenthood has been the only provider participating in the nearly 50-year-old Title X family planning program and will now lose about $2 million yearly in federal funds that helped 39,000 mostly low-income, uninsured people. It plans to maintain its services — which include contraception, STD testing and cancer screening — but is considering charging a small copay for patients who used to get care for free.
- Trump fumes over emissions deal between automakers and California
- The tensions and drama behind the scenes of Trump's campaign to free rapper A$AP Rocky
- Jay-Z's NFL deal: Savvy or sellout?
- Trump again says he is 'very seriously' looking to end birthright citizenship
Eight months after first raising the idea, the president said his administration is again “very seriously” looking into ending the practice of conferring U.S. citizenship on anyone born in the United States.
- A day later, Trump says he doesn't want a tax cut. Stay tuned.
- Trump dismisses criticism of his dual loyalty comments: 'It's only anti-Semitic in your head'
- Trump makes it personal with Danish PM over Greenland, calling her statement 'nasty'
A day after canceling his trip to Denmark over its refusal to sell Greenland, President Trump on Wednesday tore into Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen for calling his idea of buying it "absurd."
- Inside Bernie's boot camp for students
More than 1,500 students attended the Bernie Sanders Summer School, a campaign-led boot camp aimed at teaching supporters of the Vermont senator the basics in campus organizing with the aid of the campaign’s designated app, Bern.
- Trump touts quote calling him 'second coming of God' to Jews in Israel
A day after saying American Jews who vote for Democrats show “great disloyalty,” President Trump touted comments from a conservative radio host who said that Jews in Israel "love him" like a king or the Messiah.
- The U.S. buying Greenland: Joke or genius?
- Trump once again walks back support for background checks on gun purchases
- Trump decries 'great disloyalty' of Jews who vote for Democrats
- Trump: Tlaib 'hates Israel' and 'I don't buy [her] tears'
At a press conference addressing Israel’s decision to bar her and Rep. Ilhan Omar from visiting the country, Rep. Rashida Tlaib fought back tears while recalling her experiences visiting Jerusalem as a child. The president was unmoved.
- Sanders knocks Harris on Medicare for All: 'I don't raise money from billionaires'
When Sen. Kamala Harris, in her latest effort to define her position on health care insurance, told a big-dollar Hamptons fundraiser she still wasn’t “comfortable” with the Medicare for All plan she has endorsed, her rival Bernie Sanders was quick to fire back.
- Jill Biden: 'Maybe you have to swallow a little' and vote for Joe
- Mark Halperin’s book deal tests the boundaries of life after #MeToo
- Is a global recession around the corner?
- Trump is 'not happy' with Fox News over poll results
- Warren apologizes to Native Americans: 'I am sorry for harm I have caused'
- In wake of ICE raids, devastated communities and broken families
- Should museums return their colonial artifacts?
- 2020 Vision: Trump gets surprise Log Cabin Republicans endorsement
- How Kamala Harris was shaped by 'the People's Republic of Berkeley'
Kamala Harris grew up in the radical environs of Berkeley and spent her childhood at marches and protests with her parents. But she went to law school and became a prosecutor, an unexpected career choice that she has to explain — and defend — to Democratic voters as she seeks the presidency.
- Tlaib backs out of West Bank trip to visit family, accuses Israel of 'silencing' her
- 'Trump is exporting his bigotry': AOC blasts Israel for banning Omar and Tlaib
Lawmakers and activists on both sides of the aisle blasted the Israeli government’s decision to bar Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entering the country after Trump urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to do so.
- Why is Seth Moulton still running for president?
- Federal prosecutor blames shootout on 'rhetoric' of Philadelphia DA
- Jeffrey Epstein investigation expands in New York and Washington, with stakes high for all
The investigation into Epstein’s death has expanded to include several more federal entities in both Washington and New York, suggesting that Attorney General William Barr is aware his reputation is tethered to the resolution of the Epstein affair.
- Israel bans Omar and Tlaib after Trump says 'it would show great weakness' to let them in
The Israeli government on Thursday announced that it will bar Reps. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., from entering the country after President Trump urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to ban them from visiting.
- The 'woke' primary: Democrats vie to do the most to fight racism
- Are new rules a threat to endangered species?
- After El Paso shooting, Beto looks to restart campaign
- Maxine Waters holds hearing on 'homelessness crisis' in Los Angeles
- Rep. Steve King on abortion stance: We're all products of rape and incest
- Manhattan jail where Jeffrey Epstein died has long history of suicide, neglect
Jeffrey Epstein lived in a lavish Upper East Side mansion, but he met his end in a hulking building in lower Manhattan. A few blocks from the jail where he died is the courthouse where Epstein, who once socialized with both Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, would have faced justice for running what prosecutors have called a vast sex trafficking ring that exploited underage girls.
- Beyond Jeffrey Epstein: Trump has promoted many conspiracy theories over the years
- Is a global food crisis avoidable?
- Trump doubles down on baseless conspiracy theory linking Bill Clinton to Jeffrey Epstein's death
President Trump said Tuesday that he has “no idea” whether a conspiracy theory he promoted on Twitter claiming that former President Bill Clinton was somehow responsible for disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein’s death in a New York federal prison is actually true.
- Trump: Give CNN's Cuomo a 'red flag' for his 'Fredo' rant
- PHOTOS: Unrest in Hong Kong during anti-government protests
- Trump immigration official: Give me your tired, your poor — but not too poor
"Give me your tired and your poor — who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge," Ken Cuccinelli, the acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, said in a radio interview Tuesday.
- Trump administration ties green cards and citizenship to public assistance
The Trump administration announced new regulations Monday that would make it harder for legal immigrants who use public benefits like food stamps or housing assistance to obtain green cards or U.S. citizenship.
- Inside Trump's plan to save Appalachia: Mountains of plastic, rivers of radioactive waste and billions of Chinese dollars
- Whatever it is, President Trump has never 'seen anything like it'