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President Donald Trump said told Reuters he was "not thrilled" with Fed Chairman Jerome Powell for raising interest rates. Trump himself appointed Powell to lead the US central bank.
The Environmental Protection Agency will allow states to set their own emission standards for coal-fueled power plants, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. Critics say the decision will result in much more carbon dioxide being released into the atmosphere.
President Donald Trump said he's concerned about potential perjury charges that could be brought against him if he were to sit down with special counsel Robert Mueller.
Over the weekend, we learned that White House counsel Don McGahn spent 30 hours talking to special counsel Robert Mueller's office about the ongoing investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election, the possibility of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians and the idea that Donald Trump himself may have sought to obstruct the investigation.
Hillary Clinton will headline three fundraisers for the Democratic National Committee in the coming months, in San Francisco, Chicago and New York, three Democratic sources tell CNN.
The decision by President Donald Trump's legal team to allow White House counsel Don McGahn to talk to special counsel Robert Mueller without restrictions was made in part because the lawyers calculated they did not have a good legal standing to prevent it and because it fit with the strategy to be cooperative with the investigation, according to sources who sought to explain McGahn's extensive interviews.
Making his first visit to the US since taking office, British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt is expected to deliver a speech Tuesday that will call on the European Union "to ensure its sanctions against Russia are comprehensive, and that we truly stand shoulder to shoulder with the US."
Jurors in the trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort will begin a third day of deliberations Monday, as the President continues to rail against special counsel Robert Mueller.
President Donald Trump "has got a real problem" after the latest revelations regarding White House counsel Don McGahn's interviews with special counsel investigators, according to John Dean, who served in the same role for President Richard Nixon.
After deliberating for more than eight hours Monday, and having considered the fate of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort for approximately 22 hours in total, the jurors entered the ninth-floor courtroom in Alexandria, Va. at 6:12 p.m. ET.
President Trump asserted on Monday that he would be "totally allowed" to take over Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe if he wanted to, in yet another thinly veiled broadside against an investigation he has repeatedly derided as a partisan "witch hunt."
The jury weighing more than a dozen bank and tax fraud charges against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort failed to return a verdict after its third day of deliberations on Monday, raising the possibility of a hung jury as the wait drags on.
President Trump and his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani on Monday publicly dared former CIA Director John Brennan to follow through on his threats to sue the administration over his security clearance revocation, saying he "To John Brennan: Today President Trump granted our request (Jay Sekulow and me) to handle your case," Giuliani wrote on Twitter, referring to a fellow Trump attorney.
At a special White House ceremony on Monday, President Trump honored the two agencies -- Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and Customs and Border Protection -- at the center of the national debate over how to handle the influx of families and unaccompanied children at the U.S.-Mexican border.
David Hogg, the 18-year-old school shooting survivor turned gun-control activist, says he’s gearing up to run for Congress when he’s constitutionally eligible.
Alaskans are set to see a three-way race for governor in November.
A string of would-be media hits on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, have fallen short of denting his image.
President Trump on Monday questioned why Attorney General Jeff Sessions hasn’t fired Department of Justice official Bruce Ohr, pointing to Ohr’s connection to the “phony, dirty and discredited” dossier financed by Democrats during the 2016 campaign.
The 2016 presidential nominee will headline events in California, Illinois and New York.
The questions are part of a memo in which Kavanaugh advised Independent Counsel Ken Starr not to give the president "any break" during questioning.
At White House event honoring ICE, Trump again said Democrats "just don't mind crime."
Open your mind with books like Tara Westover's "Educated," suggests the former president.
"It undermines our efforts when members of the public don't see their elected leaders in Congress reacting with more fury," said Brian Fallon, a former Schumer aide.
The first lady, promoting her "Best Best" campaign, says most children are more aware than some adults of the "benefits and pitfalls" of social media.
And these numbers are likely to grow with nine states yet to hold their primaries.
The porn star also said she hopes "that one day it becomes known that I am not a liar."
The president's attorney said he was actually referring to "the classic 'he said, she said' puzzle" when he said Sunday that "truth isn't truth."
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Trump ordered the EPA last year to reconsider The Clean Power Plan.
The famil of Tariq Aleem Shabazz, Jr., 17, said he left a note and disappeared.
In a tweet, the president called John Brennan "the worst CIA Director in our country's history."
In a tweet, the president called John Brennan "the worst CIA Director in our country's history."
Brennan said he might go to court to "prevent these abuses in the future."
President Donald Trump invited a Hispanic-American immigration officer to speak about his role in an operation in which 78 undocumented immigrants were arrested.
President Trump said a 'blue wave' in November will result in open borders and rampant crime across the U.S.
The Supreme Court nominee was working with independent counsel Ken Starr.
George Papadopoulos is considering backing away from the agreement he struck with Robert Mueller that led him to plead guilty to lying to the FBI, his wife told ABC News.
The president hosts a White House event praising immigration officials, and the Manafort jury continues deliberation.
White House counsel Don McGhan dodged questions Monday about his role as a witness in the Russia investigation. President Trump did not address the revelation during an event, but ramped up his Twitter attacks on the special counsel. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang reports.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is facing pressure from some Democrats as well as Republicans to step down from her leadership role. She's been the target of attack ads and has faced repeated criticism from President Trump. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN to discuss the latest.
He said Democrats' “radical policies” on immigration stem from “lack of knowledge, lack of understanding, or just plain stupidity"
In a 1998 memo released by the National Archives, Kavanaugh wrote "the idea of going easy on him at the questioning is thus abhorrent to me."
The president spoke to international matters on Monday — including Iran, Turkey and China
President told Reuters he is concerned the central bank's move to hike interest rates will slow U.S. economic growth
It is her first big solo international trip
"One of my favorite parts of summer is deciding what to read when things slow down just a bit," the former president wrote
"This year, it's not predetermined, and polls are not predictions," CBS News' Elections and Surveys director says
The president is threatening to revoke his clearance, and is attacking him on Twitter — so, who is he?
A former career Army officer who saw combat in Vietnam, he sponsored a veterans suicide-prevention act. As a farmer, he focused on agricultural issues.
The lapse has contributed to a growing recognition that an early strategy of full cooperation with the inquiry was a potentially damaging mistake.
Two tweets amounted to an odd “bring it on” challenge to John O. Brennan, the former C.I.A. director, who had mused about suing in response to losing his security clearance.
A newly released memo shows that Mr. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court pick, took a relentlessly tough stance as a young lawyer investigating Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky.
At a fund-raiser in the Hamptons, President Trump said that he had expected Jerome H. Powell to adhere to an easy-money monetary policy, by keeping interest rates low, when he nominated him.
Several other troops were injured in the crash that followed a joint counterterrorism operation in Iraq.
An ad campaign launched on Monday by a conservative super PAC used abuse allegations against Rep. Keith Ellison to attack the credibility of four Minnesota Democrats.
The former Democratic congresswoman is supporting Representatives Leonard Lance and Chris Smith based on their gun control records in Washington.
President Trump referenced Mr. Dean, who served as President Richard Nixon’s White House counsel, in a tweet defending his current White House counsel, Donald F. McGahn II.
Another day of dissonant messaging unfolded from the Trump White House.
“New York will be the first state to show it will no longer tolerate the unethical and immoral actions of District Attorneys who abuse their enormous power in the criminal justice system."
The first lady will be visiting places that President Donald Trump called "s**thole" countries.
The veto requires "an honest conversation about why you wouldn’t want to empower people to participate in the political process," an advocate said.
Rep. Jeff Denham, who represents California’s agricultural Central Valley, faces a serious re-election challenge.
The president wouldn't say if he'll agree to an interview with the special counsel.
And just under half of the public says sites aren't doing enough.
The current food stamp debate is a good example of how the federal budget disadvantages children.
Carol Hafner is running for a House seat in a state she has never lived in or visited.
Democratic lawmakers want the former EPA chief held accountable for excessive spending and other ethical lapses.
Evidence from Robert Mueller's investigation suggests Russian hackers might actually oblige.
Elon Musk claimed to the Wall Street Journal that Tesla is "definitely not going bankrupt," at the same time as most Tesla suppliers are reportedly worried that the electric car manufacturer may not pay them as the company faces further turmoil.
Activist David Hogg is talks of his generation of gun controllers then thinks of Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and says, "Move the f**k off the plate and let us take control."
Socialist Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defends banning the press because supporters may need a “sanctuary space” away from the media.
Citizens of Gainesville, VA, are reportedly being made to pay for Amazon's $172 million power line installation, after local protesters successfully fought the lines being installed through their properties and a Civil War battlefield.
Chelsea Clinton teased a future run for office Monday saying that although she does not plan on running now, it is a "definite maybe in the future."
Given the Democratic Party’s jubilant enthusiasm for abortion, widespread abhorrence of law enforcement officers, and general hatred of all human freedom, voters could be forgiven these days for thinking that maybe Democrats just don’t really like human beings all that much.
A recently published academic article examines "exosexuals' encounters with the natural environment."
An alligator killed a woman walking her dog in South Carolina on Monday morning when the creature attacked and dragged her into a lagoon near Hilton Head Island, authorities said.
Harry Potter series author J.K. Rowling went after President Donald Trump's social media use in a tweet Sunday, making a number of typos in an apparent effort to mock the president.
California Gov. Jerry Brown used his executive powers to issue 36 gubernatorial pardons on Friday, to hit a record of 1,018 pardons in eight years in office.