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17 Jan 10:22pm Anti-abortion group announces $52 million budget to reelect Trump and anti-abortion Senate majority
A major anti-abortion group announced on Friday a $52 million budget in battleground states to reelect President Donald Trump and an anti-abortion Senate majority in 2020.
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17 Jan 9:31pm Updated Trump expected to add Ken Starr and Alan Dershowitz to impeachment defense team
President Donald Trump plans to add three seasoned lawyers to his impeachment legal defense team, people familiar with the matter said, including Kenneth Starr, the hard-charging prosecutor investigation whose work led to President Bill Clinton's impeachment.
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17 Jan 9:01pm Updated Barr dropped into Giuliani meeting at Justice Department in previously undisclosed encounter
Attorney General William Barr briefly attended a meeting at the Justice Department last fall between top criminal prosecutors and President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, a department official said Friday.
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17 Jan 8:10pm Updated Analysis: Why the Iowa caucuses could be a disaster
No one knows who is going to win the Iowa caucuses in 17 days' time.
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17 Jan 7:27pm Updated Former Rep. Chris Collins sentenced to 26 months in prison in insider trading case
Former New York Rep. Chris Collins was sentenced to 26 months in prison on Friday after pleading guilty to federal charges in an insider trading case.
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17 Jan 6:09pm Former Rep. Chris Collins sentenced to 26 months jail time in insider trading case
Former New York Rep. Chris Collins was sentenced to 26 months in prison on Friday after pleading guilty to federal charges in an insider trading case.
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17 Jan 5:57pm Updated Senators brace for contentious Tuesday as impeachment trial begins in earnest
Senate leaders are preparing for a contentious session Tuesday that could stretch several hours as well as send the chamber into a closed session as Democrats try to force the GOP into accepting witness testimony and documents to be produced during the impeachment trial, according to multiple senators and other sources familiar with the planning.
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17 Jan 5:20pm Supreme Court to review Obamacare requirement that employer-provided health insurance plans pay for contraceptives
The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to step in and review the Trump administration's attempt to weaken the so-called "contraceptive mandate," the Affordable Care Act's long-controversial requirement that employer-provided health insurance plans cover birth control as a preventive service.
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17 Jan 5:17pm Updated Justice Department releases 176 more pages of Mueller documents to CNN and BuzzFeed
CNN has received another 176 pages of notes from major witness interviews during former special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
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17 Jan 5:11pm Updated Appeals court throws out lawsuit by children seeking to force action on climate crisis
A federal appeals court on Friday threw out a heavily promoted but long-shot lawsuit by a group of children and teenagers trying to force the federal government to take action to address the climate crisis.
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17 Jan 4:34pm How Joe Biden defended his Iraq vote for years
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17 Jan 4:25pm House chairman threatens to subpoena Pompeo over Iran policy hearing
The Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Friday threatened to subpoena the nation's top diplomat to testify about the Trump administration's policy in Iran and Iraq.
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17 Jan 4:03pm Democratic lawmakers visit camp in Mexico where migrants wait to claim asylum
Eighteen members of Congress descended on a Mexican camp sitting near the US border Friday where hundreds of migrants are waiting to claim asylum.
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17 Jan 2:55pm The Point: Why Donald Trump is so obsessed with Michael Bloomberg
Michael Bloomberg appears to be living rent-free in President Donald Trump's head.
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17 Jan 2:37pm Senators prepare for contentious Tuesday session that could stretch hours and could go behind closed doors
Senate leaders are preparing for a contentious session Tuesday that could stretch several hours as well as send the chamber into a closed session as Democrats try to force the GOP into accepting witness testimony and documents to be produced during the impeachment trial, according to multiple senators and other sources familiar with the planning.
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17 Jan 2:00pm Updated McConnell tries to set trial rules as pressure building on vulnerable senators
It had been weeks since the House of Representatives passed articles of impeachment, and back home senators were getting pushed on what they believed a fair impeachment trial would look like.
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17 Jan 1:56pm Updated After more than 48 hours of silence, Pompeo says State will investigate possible surveillance of ex-US ambassador
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo claimed on Friday he was not aware that former US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch may have been surveilled while serving in Kiev.
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17 Jan 1:24pm Updated A man challenged Tulsi Gabbard to a push-up contest. He lost.
Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard was taking questions from town hall attendees in New Hampshire on Thursday when a man in the crowd asked the Hawaii congresswoman and Iraq War veteran about former Vice President Joe Biden.
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17 Jan 1:04pm Why Donald Trump is so obsessed with Michael Bloomberg
Michael Bloomberg appears to be living rent-free in President Donald Trump's head.
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17 Jan 12:56pm Updated Trump gives LSU football team a championship welcome
President Donald Trump held a ceremony on Friday at the White House for the Louisiana State University football team to celebrate their recent national championship game win.
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17 Jan 12:45pm Updated Lewinsky offers colorful remark in apparent response to Starr joining Trump defense team
The announcement that former independent counsel Ken Starr is joining President Donald Trump's impeachment defense team surprised many on Friday, but one person, apparently, had an especially notable reaction to the news.
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17 Jan 12:34pm Updated US troops were injured in Iran missile attack despite Pentagon initially saying there were no casualties
Several US service members were injured during last week's Iranian missile attack on Al-Asad airbase in Iraq despite the Pentagon initially saying that no casualties had taken place.
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17 Jan 12:18pm Belated investigation into Justice leak and James Comey raises concern of political motives
Justice Department prosecutors are investigating a media leak tied to the FBI's Hillary Clinton email probe, a person familiar with the matter said, an unusually belated move that is prompting questions about political motivations since the new inquiry could involve one of the President Donald Trump's most vocal critics, James Comey.
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17 Jan 11:00am Updated Panel of South Carolina black voters give their take on Democratic race
A group of black Democratic voters from South Carolina shared their thoughts on the 2020 Democratic field with CNN ahead of the state's primary in late February.
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17 Jan 9:10am Pete Buttigieg picks up the pace in Iowa as impeachment keeps others away
Pete Buttigieg had Iowa all to himself on Thursday. He responded by hitting the gas.
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17 Jan 8:36am Updated Teens in Maryland can get birth control without parental permission. Some lawmakers want to change that
Maryland is one of 23 states, along with Washington, DC, where minors can get birth control without their parents' knowledge or approval.
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17 Jan 7:26am Chief Justice John Roberts prepares to take the stage for impeachment trial
Known for his golden resume and powers of persuasion, John Roberts was named chief justice of the United States at the age of 50. In the 15 years since, he's hewed to his conservative roots but moved warily on some cases to shield the reputation of the Supreme Court.
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17 Jan 4:33am Republicans on the spot as Senate braces for impeachment drama
There's nowhere left for Republicans senators to hide.
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17 Jan 3:08am Delaware GOP leader ousted after comment singling out Jewish supporters of Trump impeachment
A Republican Party leader in Delaware has been kicked out of office after making a comment on Facebook that her colleagues called anti-Semitic.
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17 Jan 2:59am Pence urges Senate Democrats to flip on impeachment in op-ed
Vice President Mike Pence urged Senate Democrats to break ranks and "stand up against" the articles of impeachment in a Wall Street Journal op-ed comparing the Senate trial of President Donald Trump to President Andrew Johnson's impeachment trial in 1868.
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17 Jan 2:06am Updated Evelyn Yang reveals she was sexually assaulted by her OB-GYN while pregnant
Wife of presidential candidate Andrew Yang says she and other survivors never got justice after doctor avoided jail time
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17 Jan 12:03am Analysis: Senators swear impeachment oath amid new allegations of White House lawbreaking
Ninety-nine US senators were sworn in Thursday and, with their right hands raised, pledged to do "impartial justice" in the impeachment trial of Donald John Trump. (The 100th, Oklahoma's James Inhofe, was back home dealing with a family medical issue and will be sworn in next week.)
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