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Clinton supporters claim double standard
The FBI has been tight-lipped about allegations against Trump but was less so about Clinton's emails, critics say.
Trumpâ€™s in trouble. Is it Christie time already?
The New Jersey governor may be the type of guy the president needs right now to come in and grab the wheel of his careening administration.
Cities prepare for 'Day Without Immigrants'
Organizers are urging immigrants to skip work, miss class, and not shop as part of a nationwide protest.
New arrest in death of Kim Jong Un's brother
The half brother of the North Korean leader was reportedly poisoned by two female assassins as he waited for a flight in Malaysia.
EPA staff braces for big changes under Trump
Staff members have been told to expect executive orders from the president that will reshape the agency.
Trump White House buried in crises
Less than a month after being sworn in, the president and his staff find themselves in crisis mode.
Officials rush to drain lake behind battered dam
California's Department of Water Resources chief says repairs should hold at the nation's tallest dam, in the small town of Oroville.
It may be too late to save Ivanka's brand
Department stores have been dropping the first daughter's products left and right â€” and online options don't seem viable.
Under Armour CEO responds after praising Trump
Kevin Plank wrote an open letter in the Baltimore Sun after he was criticized for calling the president "an asset to the country."
Trump sons to attend closed-door Dubai event
Donald Trump Jr. and his brother Eric will be in the Middle East this weekend for the opening of a golf club.
Trump now owns Obamacare
President Trump seems gleeful every time the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, encounters some new difficulty. Health insurer Humana (HUM) recently said it would pull out of the ACA in 2018, a development Trump reveled in. Obamacare continues to fail.
GOP issues boldest challenge to Trump yet
Republicans are calling for ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn to testify before Congress.
CIA chief secretly meets Palestinian leader
Mike Pompeo met with President Mahmoud Abbas, say Palestinian officials, expressing concern with a recent White House suggestion.
Trump's labor secretary nominee drops out
CEO Andy Puzder faced staunch opposition from Democrats and protests from union-backed groups.
Trump lashes out at media over Flynn resignation
The president's comments come amid a new swirl of controversy over his ties to Russia.
Pope seems to back tribes in pipeline conflict
Pope Francis said indigenous cultures have a right to defend "their ancestral relationship to the earth."
Trump to Netanyahu: Hold back on settlements
The president and Israelâ€™s prime minister held a joint press conference at the White House ahead of talks.
Kremlin reacts to report on Trump aides
"Let's not believe anonymous information," an official said. "It's â€¦ not based on any facts."
Trump slams 'un-American' intelligence leaks
The president reacts to reports that his officials were in contact with Russia during the election.
Arrest in death N. Korea leader's half-brother
Malaysian police detain a woman in connection with the apparent murder of Kim Jong Un's estranged half-brother.
Syrian refugee's simple message to Trump
A resident of a camp in Lebanon tells Yahoo News he'd like the president to visit those "who are lost between torn tents and a torn country."
NYT: Trump campaign, Russians were in contact
Phone records show Trump campaign staff had repeated contact with senior Russian intelligence officials, sources told the N.Y. Times.
'Gang hit' suspected in toddler's shooting death
Just days after two young girls were shot in the head, a toddler was killed by what Chicago police suspect was a bullet meant for a man with her.
Russia makes provocative military move
It deployed a cruise missile in violation of a Cold War-era arms control treaty, a Trump administration official says.
Man to plead guilty to aiding Calif. attack
Accused of buying rifles used in the San Bernardino massacre, Enrique Marquez Jr. agrees to plead guilty to criminal charges, records show.
Dam managers dismissed concern 12 years ago
Environmental activists and local government officials warned about the risk of catastrophic flooding below the Californiaâ€™s Oroville Dam in 2005.
Ethics office pushes for Conway investigation
Kellyanne Conway's plug for Ivanka Trump products should be looked into and disciplinary action considered, the OGE chief says.
Rep. Swalwell questions Trumpâ€™s loyalty to U.S.
Congressman Eric Swalwell says there's evidence leading him to question whether the president is loyal to the United States or Russia.
'Eroding' trust led to Flynn resignation: WH
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer says the president asked his former national security adviser to resign.
Lawmakers launch query on Trump's phone security
Two senators send a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis expressing concerns about the president's reported use of an old device.
Northeast faces possibility of another storm
Following a snowstorm that brought more than 3 feet in Maine, the Northeast is expecting more snow and ice on Wednesday.
Kellyanne Conway struggles to explain Flynn
Trump's senior counselor said Michael Flynn enjoyed â€śthe full confidence of the presidentâ€ť just hours before he resigned.
Trump remarks endanger Berghdahl case
The presidentâ€™s criticism of the soldier facing a desertion charge raises the question of whether he can get a fair trial.
Why location of U.S. embassy in Israel matters
The Trump administration has suggested it will break with long-standing U.S. policy and move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Feds defend surge in immigration raids
The Department of Homeland Security insists that a recent spike in arrests of undocumented immigrants is routine.
Trump national security adviser Flynn resigns
Michael Flynn steps down following reports that he misled Vice President Pence and other officials about his contacts with Russia.
Feds warned White House about Flynn, Russia
A source says the Justice Dept. was concerned that Trump's national security adviser could be in a compromised position.
Rare bipartisan vote: Shulkin confirmed for VA
The Senate votes 100-0 to approve David Shulkin as head of Veterans Affairs, where he has served as undersecretary for health.
Senate confirms Mnuchin as Treasury chief
Despite strong objections from Democrats, former banker Steven Mnuchin wins enough votes to become Treasury secretary.