Trump signs bill to avert shutdown
The federal government avoids another shutdown--at least until December 20.
Trump calls for whistlerblower's identity to be exposed
Trump launches an attack against the whistleblower.
Kushner family business fined for falsifying real estate paperwork
President Trump's son-in-law and current adviser Jared Kushner Companies has been hit with $210 000 fines.
Seven arrested over toppled statue of a Confederate soldier in North Carolina
Seven people have been arrested Saturday during fights at a University campus where protesters earlier in the week.
Trump opens the possibility of negotiating an agreement with Iran: reports
President Donald Trump on Tuesday has kept open the chances of negotiating an agreement to denuclearize Iran.
Man detonates something like 'a firecracker device' near U.S. embassy in Beijing
A man who detonated a small explosive near the U.S. embassy in Beijing, injured only himself, officials said.
North Korea begins dismantling key facilities at its main launch site
North Korea has begin dismantling key facilities at its main satellite launch site.
UK accused of undermining its longstanding opposition to death penalty
The UK government has been accused of undermining its longstanding opposition to death penalty as it was alleged.
European officials see President Trump as 'separate' from the U.S.
Senior European officials say they are starting to see President Donald Trump as 'separate' from the United States.
Pompeo gifts Kim an Elton John 'Rocket Man' CD at Trump's request: reports
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reportedly brought a CD with the Elton John song "Rocket Man".
Armed gunman puts White House on lock down
The White House was put on lock down due to a gun toting stranger near the gate on Saturday.
Aftershocks continue in Northern California after 6.0 earthquake last week
Northern California wine country has experienced more than 70 aftershocks since the 6.0-magnitude earthquake rocked the city of Napa last Sunday.
Activists slam Trump for praising Chinese president and ignoring dissident's death
Trump said nothing of Xiaobo, whom news reports announced shortly before had died while in the custody of China's security services.
14 killed in Davao City, Philippines explosion
At least 14 people were killed in an explosion in Davao City, Philippines.
Clinton appears to have been escorted by an undercover nurse from the 9/11 ceremonies
This suggested that she was suffering from the final stages of Parkinson's disease.
Trump and Putin to meet July 16 in Helsinki
The meeting will occur after NATO summit meetings in Brussels, and could exacerbate worsening American relations with European allies.
Astronomers continue search for elusive Planet Nine
All circumstantial evidence points towards a new planet, but detecting it remains near impossible.
North Korea upgrades nuclear facility, despite de-nuclearization pledge
Analyses of satellite images reveal that North Korea is continuing to renovate its nuclear fuel-production site.
Kanye West says pressure to vote for Hilary Clinton felt like 'arranged marriage'
Kanye West spoke on the societal pressure to vote for Hilary Clinton in a recent New York Times profile.
Bill Maher sets Jimmy Kimmel straight on healthcare debate
Real Time host, Bill Maher, reacted to a Jimmy Kimmel monologue about Obamacare.
Senate majority leader issued strong warning to Moscow: reports
Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell has issued a strong warning to Moscow that more sanctions.
Russia yet to respond to invitation from President Trump: reports
Russia on Tuesday remained silent about whether it would accept an invitation from U.S. President Donald Trump.
Trump's former campaign chairman set to go on trial Wednesday
Paul Manafort, Trump's former campaign chairman is about to face the toughest challenge in his career as he face a federal judge.
Russia will help strengthen relationship with North Korea, Trump says
President Donald Trump in a tweet on Wednesday said Russia has agreed to help improve relations with North Korea.
U.S. rejects request from European allies for exemptions from sanctions against Iran
An appeal from Britain, France and Germany to grant broad exemptions to European companies doing business in Iran.
President Trump calls meeting with Queen Elizabeth II
President Trump has told a British interviewer Piers Morgan that Queen Elizabeth II told him Brexit is "complex".
The Trumps' keeps Queen Elizabeth waiting outside several minutes before arrival
President Trump kept Queen Elizabeth II waiting for several minutes before he arrived.
Trump fails to hold Putin accountable for election meddling: reports
President Donald Trump after his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, in Helsinki, Finland on Monday.
Pompeo reassures allies that Trump remarks about North Korea were made 'with eyes wide open': reports
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaking during a joint news conference in Seoul.
200 people arrested in Anti-Trump demonstrations in DC
The protestors argued that the only good thing that has come from the election is that people of all races and genders have united, even if it is to protest, it has brought people together.
Alex Jones, Infowars get one-week Twitter suspension
The accounts are also suspended from Periscope, a Twitter-owned live streaming platform.
Brainard might convince Fed to halt raising interest rates
U.S. Federal Reserve Governor, Lael Brainard, may convince the Fed not to raise the interest rate this month.
Papadopoulos could face sentencing in September
Last October, Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to the false-statement charge, becoming the first person to admit guilt in the course of the Mueller investigation.
Rep. Maxine Waters cancels events after death threats
Days after President Trump tweeted that Rep. Maxine Waters better "be careful,".
Internationally respected after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 for his leadership, Giuliani now is the most visible defender of President Trump, and is seen as lessening his credibility.
Beto O'Rourke trails Ted Cruz by just one point, says new poll
Ted Cruz's is in a much more competitive race than expected to retain his Senate seat, with a new Emerson poll showing him ahead of his Democratic challenger by only one point.
Tiger Woods opens up about President Trump
"You have to respect the office. No matter who is in the office," Woods says.
Medicare-for-All would lower U.S. health-care spending by $2 trillion, says new study
A right-of-center think tank report critiquing the potential costs of single-payer national health insurance found that it could lower health-care spending overall by $2 trillion or more over the next decade.
Georgia lawmaker resigns after appearance on 'Who Is America?'
Republican state representative Jason Spencer has resigned after yelling the n-word and showing his rear on Sacha Baron Cohen's show-Who Is America?

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