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10 Sep 11:07pm Updated Trump fires John Bolton
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he has asked national security adviser John Bolton to resign, noting that he "strongly disagreed with many of his suggestions as did others in the administration."
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10 Sep 10:07pm Analysis: How President Trump speaks to black Americans says a lot about his vision for this country
When it comes to people of color, President Donald Trump has two speaking voices: One's characterized by at-times brazen racism, and the other by infantilizing politesse.
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10 Sep 9:41pm House Judiciary Committee votes to approve gun violence prevention legislation
The House Judiciary Committee voted on Tuesday to approve gun violence prevention legislation as Congress faces pressure to take action in the wake of recent mass shootings.
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10 Sep 9:18pm Updated Republicans have no idea what Trump wants them to do on guns
Republicans are back in Washington, and once again waiting for President Donald Trump to make up his mind.
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10 Sep 8:51pm Updated Polls close in North Carolina special elections
Voters have cast their ballots in two North Carolina special elections, where the polls closed at 7:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
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10 Sep 8:36pm READ: NOAA releases memo criticizing how administration handled Hurricane Dorian dust-up
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Tuesday released an internal email sent by the agency's acting chief scientist announcing that he will investigate why the agency backed President Donald Trump's false claim that Hurricane Dorian was likely to hit Alabama.
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10 Sep 8:09pm Updated North Carolina holds a special election
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10 Sep 8:06pm Austin will provide city funds to ease access to abortion
Austin, Texas, will set aside city funds for abortion support resources, echoing efforts by other progressive strongholds despite a new state law barring cities from paying for abortions.
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10 Sep 7:32pm John Bolton joins a long (long) list of Trump national security team departures
President Donald Trump's decision to jettison John Bolton -- his third national security adviser since January 2017 -- was both shocking and typical for a President who has generated unprecedented churn among his national security team.
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10 Sep 7:23pm Updated Are Democrats conducting an impeachment inquiry? It depends who you ask
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler and other committee Democrats say there's no ambiguity: They are now conducting an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
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10 Sep 6:47pm Senators press Saudi Crown Prince on Jamal Khashoggi murder
Sen. Angus King, an Independent from Maine, and Indiana Republican Sen. Todd Young told CNN on Tuesday that they pressed Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman about last year's murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi during a meeting in Jeddah over the weekend.
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10 Sep 6:36pm Updated FEMA official in charge of power restoration on Puerto Rico post Maria took bribes, DOJ says
Federal prosecutors charged one of the top FEMA officials to respond to Puerto Rico after the hurricane there in 2017 with conspiracy to commit bribery and disaster fraud after she allegedly took gifts and favors from and steered recovery work toward a contractor on the island.
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10 Sep 5:00pm Updated Trump announces lift on funding ban for faith-based institutions in HBCU pitch
President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that his administration would lift a ban on federal funding for faith-based Historically Black Colleges and Universities, hailing his administration's work advancing HBCUs during a speech at a conference in Washington.
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10 Sep 4:48pm Updated CNN Poll: 6 in 10 say Trump does not deserve a second term
Six in 10 Americans say President Donald Trump does not deserve to be reelected, according to a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS, and more now say he's doing a poor job than a good one of keeping important campaign promises.
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10 Sep 4:35pm Judge sides with doctors and blocks North Dakota abortion counseling law
A federal judge has temporarily blocked a North Dakota law that would require physicians to give patients what doctors say is inaccurate information about abortion -- specifically, that the effects of abortion drugs can be reversed.
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10 Sep 3:47pm Updated Trump skeptical of using foreign spies to collect intel on hostile countries, sources say
President Donald Trump has privately and repeatedly expressed opposition to the use of foreign intelligence from covert sources, including overseas spies who provide the US government with crucial information about hostile countries, according to multiple senior officials who served under Trump.
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10 Sep 3:35pm Judge sets Dec. 18 sentencing date for Michael Flynn even as his lawyers cry foul
The federal judge overseeing the case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn set a December sentencing date, despite concerns from Flynn's lawyers, who mounted a fierce assault in court against the special counsel team that charged Flynn two years ago.
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10 Sep 2:44pm Naval Academy launches investigation after report of apparent noose
The US Naval Academy has opened an investigation after a civil rights activist reported to the academy that a noose was hung at a construction site of an engineering building in Annapolis, Maryland.
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10 Sep 1:32pm Updated Uninsured rate rises for first time since 2009
The share of uninsured Americans rose for the first time in nearly a decade, the Census Bureau reported Tuesday.
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10 Sep 1:00pm Comedian Hasan Minhaj tells Congress to fix the student debt crisis
Comedian Hasan Minhaj called on Congress to address the student loan debt crisis Tuesday, calling it a "paywall to the middle class."
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10 Sep 12:57pm Democratic rep calls on Ross to resign over reported pressure on NOAA chief
A Democratic House member on Tuesday called on Wilbur Ross to resign following a report that the Commerce Secretary threatened to fire top National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration employees over President Donald Trump's false claim that Hurricane Dorian would affect Alabama.
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10 Sep 11:20am Updated First on CNN: Lawmaker petitions Pompeo on delayed Russia sanctions
The chairman of a House Oversight subcommittee is seeking answers after it took the Trump administration nearly nine months to impose legally mandated sanctions on Russia for its use of chemical weapons.
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10 Sep 11:11am Updated Fact check: Trump makes at least 22 false claims at North Carolina rally
President Donald Trump held a campaign rally on Monday in a North Carolina congressional district that is having a special election on Tuesday because of credible allegations of Republican election fraud.
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10 Sep 10:27am Updated The Point: Why today might hold the key to the 2020 House majority fight
On Tuesday in North Carolina, voters will pick their new member of Congress in the 9th District. While it's only a single House seat and will have little obvious impact on the majority math for either party, there's real reason to believe that what happens in this suburban Charlotte district could well change the course of the fight for House control next November.
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10 Sep 10:18am US median income stayed flat in 2018, Census says
Median US household income stayed essentially flat in 2018 at $63,200, according to data released by the Census Bureau on Tuesday.
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10 Sep 8:45am California governor signs bills limiting vaccine exemptions
California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday signed two bills that limit medical exemptions for vaccines of schoolchildren.
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10 Sep 8:00am Analysis: Trump found a new way to stress-test the Constitution
President Donald Trump, by his simultaneous existence as a real estate tycoon and President, continues to test the US Constitution in ways that the founding fathers didn't anticipate and for which the current legal and political systems are completely unprepared.
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10 Sep 7:59am Democrat Jon Ossoff announces campaign for US Senate in Georgia
Jon Ossoff, who shot to national prominence during a 2017 special House election, is running for Senate in Georgia, challenging Republican Sen. David Perdue for his seat.
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10 Sep 6:02am House Judiciary Committee to vote on gun violence prevention bills
The House Judiciary Committee is expected to vote on a series of gun violence prevention bills on Tuesday as Congress faces pressure to take action in the wake of recent mass shootings.
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10 Sep 5:32am How Ruth Bader Ginsburg welcomed Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court
When Neil Gorsuch joined the Supreme Court in 2017, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had something in store for him.
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10 Sep 4:08am Updated Analysis: Trump learns age-old lesson with busted Afghan initiative
President Donald Trump now knows what the British Empire, the Soviet Union and his post-9/11 presidential predecessors found out: staying in Afghanistan is terrible but getting out is hellishly hard.
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