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Trump aide Stephen Miller asked to testify on immigration to House panel

Under Trump, federal agencies are trying to stem rising numbers of people arriving at the border, many of them families fleeing violence and poverty in Central America, that swelled last month to the highest in a decade.

White House will tie Iran sanctions review to response by Saudi Arabia: John Kemp

The White House is likely to agree to scale back Iran sanctions waivers if, and only if, Saudi Arabia commits to replacing the lost barrels at least one-for-one to leave the global production-consumption balance unchanged.


Trump wishes 'no ill will' with tweet on Muslim lawmaker: White House

"Certainly the president is wishing no ill will, certainly not violence towards anyone," Sanders told ABC News' "This Week" show. "But the president is absolutely and should be calling out the congresswoman for her, not only one-time, but history of anti-Semitic comments," she said.

US President Donald Trump's Federal Reserve pick owes unpaid taxes

Stephen Moore is a conservative economic analyst and frequent Federal Reserve critic. He is a well-known and often polarizing figure in Washington political circles. He served as Trump's campaign adviser in 2016 and helped Trump craft his tax cut plan.

Lobbying case against Democrat with ties to Manafort reaches key stage

Manafort’s case, and the investigations into Craig and other high-profile consultants who worked with Manafort, have left Washington’s K Street lobbying corridor scrambling to deal with the heightened scrutiny.

Trump vs. California immigration suit heads to appeals court

The Trump administration is asking a three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit to entirely block all three laws. The panel will hear arguments but won't rule immediately.


President Donald Trump calls Tim Cook 'Tim Apple' and Netizens respond with funniest memes

"We appreciate it very much, Tim Apple," Trump said, sitting right next to Cook who had a nametag in front of him that said "Tim Cook."

Explained: The Times' investigation into Donald Trump's war on inquiries around him

Here are some takeaways from The Times report about pressure inside the Trump administration to protect the president from those inquiries.

Trump's 2020 Democratic rivals pounce to criticize State of the Union speech

Trump used his speech to highlight a strong economy but drew criticism by vowing to build a wall on the border with Mexico despite Democratic opposition.

In the Gallery for the State of the Union: Immigrants facing deportation

The State of the Union address has long been a platform for presidents to report on key issues and seek congressional support. This is not the first time it has been used to make a statement about the nation’s lingering divisions over immigration.

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Here's how the Obamas have decked up the White House for Christmas

Ever wondered how the first family of the US celebrates Christmas? You may not be invited for the eggnog, but you can at least take a sneak peak at the decorations that adorn the White House this holiday season.