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13 Feb 9:26pm Updated Bolton defends ex-rival John Kelly after former chief of staff criticizes Trump
Former national security adviser John Bolton defended his ex-colleague, former White House chief of staff John Kelly, after President Donald Trump belittled Kelly for comments backing an impeachment witness.
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13 Feb 7:46pm Five little-known presidential firsts
When the president of the United States does something -- even a small thing -- people tend to notice.
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13 Feb 5:26pm Updated Analysis: Trump has paralyzed both sides now
As President Donald Trump continues to live out his revenge fantasies against his critics, the reactions are predictable: Democratic outrage and Republican evasion.
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13 Feb 5:17pm Trump suggests he may stop aides from listening to calls with foreign leaders
President Donald Trump suggested Thursday that he may block officials from listening in on his calls with foreign leaders after a whistleblower's complaint about his call with the Ukrainian President ultimately led to his impeachment.
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13 Feb 4:44pm Palm Beach County elections office allegedly hit by ransomware attack in 2016
The office of the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections in Florida was allegedly hit by a ransomware attack in September 2016, according to the county elections supervisor.
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13 Feb 4:40pm Biden campaign redeploying dozens of staffers to Nevada and South Carolina
Joe Biden's campaign is redeploying significant resources this week to Nevada and South Carolina, placing a heavier concentration in the states as the former vice president tries to regain his footing in the 2020 race following a pair of disappointing finishes in the first two early nominating contests, CNN has learned.
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13 Feb 4:32pm Updated Key Republican senators undecided on Trump Fed nominee Judy Shelton after contentious hearing
Three Republican senators are undecided about whether to support Judy Shelton, President Donald Trump's latest nominee for a seat on the Federal Reserve board, after a contentious hearing in which lawmakers from both parties raised questions about her controversial policy stances.
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13 Feb 4:11pm Updated The Point: Some House Democrats are starting to get very nervous about Bernie Sanders
Following Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' victory in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, some of the most vulnerable House Democrats are expressing significant unease at the prospect of sharing a national ticket with an avowed democratic socialist.
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13 Feb 4:04pm Updated Hope Hicks expected to return to White House
President Donald Trump's former communications director Hope Hicks is expected to return to the White House in an adviser role, two individuals familiar with the plan told CNN.
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13 Feb 3:50pm Tennessee lawmakers question proposed tampon tax exemption
Tennessee Republican lawmakers are pushing back on a proposed three-day tax exemption on feminine hygiene products, saying it would lead to a loss of too much tax revenue.
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13 Feb 3:30pm Nevada Democrats announce new details on caucus reporting changes
The Nevada State Democratic Party announced new details on changes being made to its presidential caucuses, focused on calculating and reporting results, just nine days before the contest is set to take place.
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13 Feb 2:40pm Ex-law clerk tells Congress she was sexually harassed by federal judge
A woman who served as a law clerk to a federal appeals court judge who died in 2018 told Congress on Thursday that she was sexually harassed by her former boss and that systems set up by the judiciary to report instances of sexual allegations are inadequate.
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13 Feb 2:21pm White House extends national emergency on the southern border
President Donald Trump will extend his national emergency on the US-Mexico border for another year, according to a notice submitted to the Federal Register on Thursday.
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13 Feb 12:38pm Updated First on CNN: Jessie Liu resigns from Treasury after pulled nomination
Jessie Liu submitted her resignation to the Treasury Department Wednesday, an administration official tells CNN. It was effective Wednesday evening.
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13 Feb 12:32pm Updated RNC and Trump raised $60 million in January and have more than $200M cash on hand
President Donald Trump's campaign and the Republican National Committee jointly raised more than $60 million in January, setting the groups up with more than $200 million in cash on hand heading into the general election.
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13 Feb 12:26pm Updated Trump and New York Gov. Cuomo set to meet over proxy immigration fight
President Donald Trump and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo are set to square off Thursday afternoon in the Oval Office over an escalated proxy battle over immigration.
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13 Feb 11:49am The Point: The immigration showdown between President Trump and Andrew Cuomo, explained
President Donald Trump and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) have been playing a game of chicken over immigration of late, a face-off that will reach new heights when the two men meet in person Thursday.
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13 Feb 11:07am Potential problems threaten Senate Iran War Powers resolution ahead of final vote
The Senate is poised to pass an Iran War Powers resolution on Thursday, a rare bipartisan measure that is opposed by President Donald Trump and aimed at reining in his ability to use military action against Iran without congressional approval.
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13 Feb 9:42am The Point: The immigration standoff between President Trump and Andrew Cuomo, explained
President Donald Trump and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) have been playing a game of chicken over immigration of late, a face-off that will reach new heights when the two men meet in person Thursday.
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13 Feb 9:08am Controversial Federal Reserve pick Judy Shelton faces uphill confirmation battle
Another once of President Donald Trump's Federal Reserve nominees -- gold standard enthusiast Judy Shelton -- may be facing an uphill fight to win Senate confirmation, with key Republicans staying quiet about their voting intentions ahead of her committee hearing Thursday.
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13 Feb 8:43am Fresh tariff hikes hang over European wines and cheeses
President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on French wine, Italian cheese, and single malt Irish whiskey last year -- and could escalate them by the end of the week.
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13 Feb 7:33am Elizabeth Warren faces a harsh reality after disappointing finishes
The walls are closing in on Elizabeth Warren.
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13 Feb 7:16am Updated How Joe Biden lost his front-runner status
Joe Biden's scramble to regain his footing after a poor showing in Iowa ended in a half-filled Radisson Hotel ballroom.
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13 Feb 6:03am House to revive debate over Equal Rights Amendment by voting to eliminate deadline for ratification
The House of Representatives will vote on Thursday on a resolution to eliminate a deadline for states to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, which would ban discrimination on the basis of sex and guarantee equality for women under the Constitution.
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13 Feb 6:03am Buttigieg ramps up Super Tuesday organization as campaign faces critical next step
Pete Buttigieg is ramping up his Super Tuesday operation, aides tell CNN, committing to add more than five dozen staffers to the delegate-rich states that will vote in early March.
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13 Feb 12:15am Updated Fact-checking the false claims Trump made in defending Roger Stone
President Donald Trump made a series of false and misleading claims in tweets and public remarks Tuesday and Wednesday related to the government's handling of the legal case involving Roger Stone, his longtime adviser, who was convicted in November of lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing a congressional investigation.
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