Kathy Kraninger's Confirmation Casts Doubt On…

If the agency's new director follows in the footsteps of her predecessor, the CFPB might not have a future at all.

SCOTUS Won't Hear Cases About Medicaid Coverage…

The Supreme Court decided not to hear two cases about state decisions to end provider agreements with Planned Parenthood.

Wisconsin Gov.-Elect Isn't Hopeful Gov. Will Veto…

The legislation includes changes that would limit the incoming governor's powers.

Nick Ayers Won't Be Trump's Next Chief Of Staff

Ayers, who currently serves as the vice president's chief of staff, tweeted Sunday that he'll be leaving the administration at the end of the year.

US Wants To Continue Support For Saudi-led…

A State Department official said the U.S. will also continue efforts to end Iranian influence and militancy in Yemen.

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House Committees Release Comey Transcript

Members from the House committees asked Comey about how the FBI handled the Hillary Clinton email and Russia probes.

Court Denies Request To Stay Order Against Trump…

The Trump administration's rule would have stopped people from applying for asylum if they were found to have crossed the border illegally.

Chief Of Staff John Kelly Will Soon Leave The…

President Donald Trump said Kelly will leave his post by the end of the year.

White House Downplays Court Filings About Trump's…

The White House press secretary claims court filings regarding Paul Manafort say "absolutely nothing about the President."

Mueller Filing Alleges Manafort Lied About…

Manafort accepted a plea agreement in September, pleading guilty to conspiracy against the U.S. and conspiracy to obstruct justice.

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Report: USOC and others delayed in response to…

Report: USOC, other Olympic leaders delayed in response to Nassar allegations

Kathy Kraninger's Confirmation Casts Doubt On…

If the agency's new director follows in the footsteps of her predecessor, the CFPB might not have a future at all.

SCOTUS Won't Hear Cases About Medicaid Coverage…

The Supreme Court decided not to hear two cases about state decisions to end provider agreements with Planned Parenthood.

US judge tosses bulk of suit against Trump immigration move

A U.S. judge in San Francisco says the Trump administration provided adequate justification for its decision to end a program that reunited hundreds of immigrants from Central America with family members in the U.S.

The Latest: Macron takes responsibility for…

President Emmanuel Macron has acknowledged he's partially responsible for the anger that has fueled weeks of protests in France, an unusual admission for the leader elected last year

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Wisconsin Gov.-Elect Isn't Hopeful Gov. Will Veto…

The legislation includes changes that would limit the incoming governor's powers.

Nick Ayers Won't Be Trump's Next Chief Of Staff

Ayers, who currently serves as the vice president's chief of staff, tweeted Sunday that he'll be leaving the administration at the end of the year.

The Latest: EU official: Bloc won't renegotiate…

European Union official Donald Tusk says the bloc won't renegotiate the Brexit deal with the U.K. government as he called a summit Thursday to examine ways to help Britain ratify the deal

Scramble is on to find new White House chief of…

President Donald Trump's top pick to serve as his next chief of staff is out of the running, and Trump is now soliciting input on at least four other people

US Wants To Continue Support For Saudi-led…

A State Department official said the U.S. will also continue efforts to end Iranian influence and militancy in Yemen.

House Committees Release Comey Transcript

Members from the House committees asked Comey about how the FBI handled the Hillary Clinton email and Russia probes.

Police rip toddler from mother's arms at benefits office

Outrage is building over a video showing police officers violently yanking a toddler from his mother's arms at a Brooklyn food stamp office

Republicans beginning to worry about Trump…

President Donald Trump's intensifying legal troubles are unnerving some of his fellow Republicans.

Court Denies Request To Stay Order Against Trump…

The Trump administration's rule would have stopped people from applying for asylum if they were found to have crossed the border illegally.

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Chief Of Staff John Kelly Will Soon Leave The…

President Donald Trump said Kelly will leave his post by the end of the year.

Hawk that lived for days with arrow in leg euthanized

A red-tailed hawk that lived for days in the Twin Cities with an arrow lodged in one of its legs has died despite efforts to save its life

Wisconsin GOP legislation eases corporate tax…

Companies seeking tax credits from Wisconsin's troubled job-creation agency would face less scrutiny under a provision Republicans included in a package of lame-duck legislation designed to weaken newly elected Democrats

White House Downplays Court Filings About Trump's…

The White House press secretary claims court filings regarding Paul Manafort say "absolutely nothing about the President."

Mueller Filing Alleges Manafort Lied About…

Manafort accepted a plea agreement in September, pleading guilty to conspiracy against the U.S. and conspiracy to obstruct justice.

What Macron said he'd do to boost taxpayer purchasing power

French President Emmanuel Macron responds to weeks of disruptive protests, promises to speed up tax relief and to boost the purchasing power of struggling workers

In possible plea deal, accused Russian agent case…

Prosecutors say they have "resolved" a case against a woman accused of being a secret agent for the Russian government, a sign that she likely has taken a plea deal

FBI: Brooklyn gang member charged in shooting of agent

Federal authorities have charged a New York man in the shooting of an FBI agent

UN: 20 million Yemenis are hungry, 250,000 face…

The U.N. humanitarian chief says 20 million people in Yemen are hungry - a 15 percent increase from last year - and he says that for the first time, 250,000 face "catastrophe," which means starvation, death and destitution.

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Police, FBI probe suspected white supremacist attack on DJ

Authorities say the FBI is now involved in an investigation into an attack by several white supremacists on a black DJ at a tavern in Washington state over the weekend

'We're still in the war': Chicagoans battle flow…

Police recover more than 1,000 guns this year in one Chicago community, but few think it will stop the flow of illegal weapons. President Donald Trump has called the city's violence problems "very easily fixable." Not so, say those who live with them.

The Latest: 2 city workers on modified duty in video case

Two New York City employees involved in a confrontation that led to police forcefully taking a young child from his mother's arms at a public benefits center will be put on modified duty pending an investigation