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White House press secretary: It’s ‘highly inappropriate’ to question a 4-star Marine general
Sarah Huckabee Sanders sparred with a CBS correspondent at Friday's news briefing over John Kelly’s criticism of Rep. Frederica S. Wilson (D-Fla.) for listening in on President Trump’s call with a Gold Star widow and for her role in a 2015 dedication ceremony for a federal building that was named for two slain FBI agents.
Perspective: The White House increasingly — and worryingly — uses military as a shield against criticism
U.S. will boost counterterrorism focus in Africa, Mattis tells senators
The military’s counterterrorism strategy will focus more on Africa, put decision-making authority in the hands of commanders in the field, and expand the ability to use lethal force against suspected terrorists, Defense Secretary James Mattis told two senior members of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Cruz last month at a hospital in San Juan. (AP)
‘My world is inside out’: San Juan’s mayor perseveres amid chaos
Carmen Yulín Cruz has publicly sparred with Washington and referred to President Trump as “miscommunicator in chief.” A month after a hurricane turned lives upside down on the U.S. territory, she remains blunt but focused on recovery efforts.
Many Trump voters who got hurricane relief in Texas aren’t sure Puerto Ricans should
Appeals court delays abortion for undocumented teen; gives government time to find her a sponsor
A D.C. appeals court set an Oct. 31 deadline for authorities to find a sponsor so that the government does not have to facilitate the procedure. But lawyers for the girl said it would be hard to find a government-approved sponsor to take custody of the teen, who is in a detention facility for undocumented minors who crossed into the United States illegally.
Trump could upend decades of stability at Federal Reserve as he decides on its next leader
The president is considering two fierce critics of current Fed Chair Janet Yellen. Both candidates have spent years attacking the Fed's approach to keeping interest rates low in hopes of stimulating the economy.
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It doesn’t matter whether you think Trump or Frederica Wilson is a liar
The Republican tax scam is about to kick into overdrive
Jeff Sessions doesn’t care about children seeking asylum
Sarah Huckabee Sanders: How dare you challenge one of our generals?
If only George W. Bush had defended democracy in office the way he did this week
Politicization of an already too political foreign policy
‘Kill them’: Three men charged in shooting after Richard Spencer speech
Police said the men argued with a group of people who had been protesting the event at the University of Florida, shouted Nazi chants and then fired into a crowd at a bus stop.
Charity’s promise to give $498,000 to Senate candidate Roy Moore was not reported to IRS as income
Experts said the disclosure of the back pay would have triggered a federal tax bill of more than $100,000 for the Alabama Republican.
Trump claims U.K. crime is up because of ‘Radical Islamic terror.’ The agency behind the data disagrees.
“Our statistical release bulletin yesterday made no link between terrorism and violent crime,” an official from the Office for National Statistics in Britain said.
North Korea’s underground nuclear test site could be suffering from ‘tired mountain syndrome’
The mountain visibly shifted during a September nuclear test, an enormous detonation that was recorded as a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in North Korea’s northeast. Since then, the area, which is not known for natural seismic activity, has had three more quakes.
Ikea’s dressers can topple and crush children. One family found out too late.
The company issued a recall affecting 30 million units in June 2016, but the family of a 2-year-old who was killed said they were unaware of the danger.
‘Megyn Kelly Today’ has terrible ratings. So she tried dancing.
The show has been on the air for less than a month. Thursday’s ploy with Hota Kotb to gain viewers was described by Vulture as “22 nearly unbearable seconds.”
Moments that made her pause: The streets of New York City through the lens of Carrie Boretz
The 20 players with the least distinguished careers in NBA history
Single-payer would drastically change health care in America. Here’s how it works.
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Melania Trump donates her inaugural ball gown to the Smithsonian
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