Meeting families of military personnel killed in war is about as wrenching as the presidency gets. President Trump's suggestion Monday brought a visceral reaction from those who witnessed those grieving encounters.
For Sen. Al Franken, donations from the recently disgraced Hollywood producer were a political liability. For the Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center, where Franken's campaign redirected the money, that means hot food and warm socks for women in need in Minneapolis.
They're working together on tax reform, health care.
Jurors are set to begin deliberations in the trial of a Liberian man accused of committing war crimes and then lying about his past to enter the U.S.
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A federal appeals court in New York City has rejected a hedge fund owner's claims that the FBI unjustly ruined his business with a raid.
A White House official says President Donald Trump has narrowed his search for the next Federal Reserve chairman to five final candidates. A decision is expected before the president begins a trip to Asia on Nov. 3.
President Donald Trump's ranking in the Forbes list of wealthiest Americans has dropped, as the magazine said the value of some of his Manhattan real estate holdings has declined recently.
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Minnesota House Transportation Finance Chairman Paul Torkelson said he is disappointed the department is carrying on with the closure when as many as 200,000 people could be making their way into downtown Minneapolis.
U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen welcomes his friend and housemate back, three months after Rep. Steve Scalise was gunned down at a congressional baseball practice.
A former football player in North Carolina who watched his high school buddy crushed to death can't sue the coach and school district for negligence that he says caused him severe emotional pain, a state appeals court decided Tuesday.
Arizona Senator John McCain called isolationist politics 'half-baked, spurious nationalism,' and said abandoning America's role as a world leader would be 'unpatriotic.' McCain was honored with the National Constitution Center Liberty Medal.
U.S. Sen. John McCain jabbed Monday night at unnamed pushers of isolationist politics, saying at his National Constitution Center Liberty Medal ceremony in Philadelphia that abandoning America's role as an international leader is "unpatriotic."
President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned Sen. John McCain that "I fight back" after McCain questioned "half-baked, spurious nationalism" in America's foreign policy.
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A committee created to decide whether to give Oklahoma lawmakers a pay raise decided instead Tuesday to consider reducing the salary and benefits for the state's 149 legislators.
The pilot in the deadliest hot air balloon crash in U.S. history was likely impaired by opioids and sedatives when he ignored weather warnings and flew the ride into a power line, investigators said Tuesday.
The Senate is moving ahead on a Republican budget plan, a critical step in President Donald Trump and the party's politically imperative drive to cut taxes and simplify the IRS code.
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Democrats and environmental groups on Tuesday denounced a Republican plan to allow oil and gas drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, saying it would defile a crown jewel of U.S. wilderness to promote oil exports to China and other nations.