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The secretary of state stuck with the White House's messaging following the acting chief of staff's candid acknowledgment of the deal in a press briefing.
The acting chief of staff defended the president wanting to host the G-7 summit at his private Florida estate despite ethics concerns.
The urgency follows a study finding that 95% of baby food products tested contained lead, arsenic, mercury or cadmium.
It took Flight QF7879, which connected New York to Sydney, 19 hours and 16 minutes to complete its 10,066-mile journey.
The House speaker was part of a bipartisan delegation of U.S. lawmakers that met with Jordan's King Abdullah II on Saturday.
The Saturday death of a 3-year-old gelding occurred less than two weeks ahead of the Breeders’ Cup world championships, which the track is scheduled to host.
A conversation about a college student's fear of gun violence turned into a powerful quote that became a tattoo.
Francis Rooney suggested he might be willing to vote for Trump's ouster.
"I care about you," Keanon Lowe says he told the teen during the incident.
The House speaker praised the late congressman as "a voice of unsurpassed moral clarity and truth" after his sudden and shocking death.
The Michigan congressman rebuked Clinton's suggestion that Tulsi Gabbard is a Russian asset, warning it helps Trump.
The woman climbed out of her balcony to pose for a picture. She ended up being removed from the ship at its next port of call.
"And that’s exactly what he wants," said Walter Shaub, the former head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics.
"It is blatant and corrupt self-dealing by the president," the newspaper's board wrote in a new opinion piece.
"Does everyone working for the president have to debase themselves and lie like he does?" asked the CNN host.
The Honduran is part of a lawsuit with other construction workers who are seeking damages for their injuries sustained from the tragic accident in New Orleans.
Awarding himself the multimillion-dollar G-7 contract clearly violates federal law, former prosecutors say, but Trump can't be prosecuted as president.
The outgoing Energy Secretary insists the impeachment inquiry "lacks any legitimate constitutional foundation."