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Ivanka Trump Used Personal Account to Send Hundreds of Emails About Government Business In The News
Ivanka Trump Used Personal Account to Send Hundreds of Emails About Government Business

Ivanka Trump, in her capacity as a White House adviser, used a personal account to send hundreds of emails to other government officials last year, her attorney acknowledged Monday. Read More

Ron DeSantis Hire a Democrat? After Election, A Shift in Tone Bipartisan
Ron DeSantis Hire a Democrat? After Election, A Shift in Tone

Upon winning the Florida governor’s race, Ron DeSantis had firmly established himself as an unyielding partisan who’s an ardent defender of President Donald Trump and a relentless prosecutor of his Democratic opponent, Andrew Gillum. Read More

Death Toll Rises as Rain Brings New Dangers to California's Burn Zones In The News
Death Toll Rises as Rain Brings New Dangers to California's Burn Zones

Their blue and white, three-bedroom home was hidden on a Concow vineyard. It was cheery and bright with potted plants outside and a hammock strung between two trees. Read More

Republican Rep. Valadao Clings to Slim Lead Over Challenger in California Race 2018 Midterms
Republican Rep. Valadao Clings to Slim Lead Over Challenger in California Race

The election-night lead that Rep. David Valadao established over his Democratic challenger T.J. Cox has fallen to 930 votes, raising Republican fears that the party could lose a seventh California congressional seat. Read More

Midterms Point to Reshaped Map for 2020 Presidential Campaign 2020 Elections
Midterms Point to Reshaped Map for 2020 Presidential Campaign

The midterm elections reshaped the 2020 presidential campaign landscape by taking some long-standing battlegrounds off the map while adding new swing states, presenting challenges for President Donald Trump and the... Read More

Incoming House Freshman Runs for Democratic Leadership Post Congress
Incoming House Freshman Runs for Democratic Leadership Post

U.S. Rep.-elect Chrissy Houlahan of Pennsylvania is running for a position in the House Democratic leadership, arguing that the nearly 60 incoming freshmen should be represented as the caucus forms its messaging strategy... Read More

China ‘Has Taken the Gloves Off’ in Its Thefts of US Technology Secrets China
China ‘Has Taken the Gloves Off’ in Its Thefts of US Technology Secrets

It was the great microchip heist — a stunning Chinese-backed effort that pilfered as much as $8.75 billion in patented American technology. U.S. officials say the theft took a year to pull off and involved commercial spies, a... Read More

Trump is Reluctant to Accept US Intelligence Reportedly Linking Saudi Crown Prince to Journalist’s Killing Saudi Arabia
Trump is Reluctant to Accept US Intelligence Reportedly Linking Saudi Crown Prince to Journalist’s Killing

President Donald Trump, under increasing pressure from lawmakers to punish Saudi Arabia in the killing of prominent journalist-critic Jamal Khashoggi, sided Sunday with the kingdom’s de facto ruler, distancing himself from... Read More

Orange County Goes Blue, As Democrats Complete Historic Sweep of Its Seven Congressional Seats California
Orange County Goes Blue, As Democrats Complete Historic Sweep of Its Seven Congressional Seats

Gil Cisneros defeated Republican Young Kim on Saturday in the last of Orange County’s undecided House races, giving Democrats a clean sweep of the state’s six most fiercely fought congressional contests and marking an... Read More

Georgia Certifies Election Results After Nearly Two Weeks of Drama Georgia
Georgia Certifies Election Results After Nearly Two Weeks of Drama

Georgia’s top election official certified the state’s vote count Saturday, confirming Republican Brian Kemp’s victory in the race for governor against Democrat Stacey Abrams. Kemp led Abrams by 54,723 votes, a 1.4 percentage... Read More

What Started as a Tiny Brush Fire Became California’s Deadliest Wildfire Featured
What Started as a Tiny Brush Fire Became California’s Deadliest Wildfire

Before there was a spark, there was the wind. On the morning of Nov. 8, as the sun rose over the isolated mountains in the Sierra Nevada, gale-force winds tore through the canyon. A fire outpost on the Feather River... Read More

Trump Says He’ll Turn Over Answers to Questions by Special Counsel Next Week White House
Trump Says He’ll Turn Over Answers to Questions by Special Counsel Next Week

President Donald Trump said Saturday that he will turn in written answers to questions from special counsel Robert Mueller next week. Trump was speaking as he left the White House for a trip to California. When asked if he... Read More

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