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  • Giuliani says Trump could issue pardons after Russia probe

    Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said Sunday the president might pardon his jailed, onetime campaign chairman and others ensnared in the Russia investigation once special counsel Robert Mueller's work wraps up, if he believed they were treated "unfairly." Until then, consideration of clemency is unnecessary, Giuliani said, as the White House presses to bring the yearlong investigation to an end.

  • Trump to headline Nevada political fundraiser

    President Donald Trump will headline a fundraiser on behalf of Sen. Dean Heller during a visit to Las Vegas this Saturday, giving a boost to this cycle's most vulnerable Senate Republican incumbent. Tickets start at $15,000 per couple for a photo reception with the President, according to an invite obtained by CNN from a state Republican source, while donors of at least $50,000 can attend a "private roundtable" with the President.

  • Sen. Paul: No ongoing neighbor dispute before attack

    In this Sept. 25, 2017, file photo, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington.

  • Man gets 35 years for fatal shooting of Milwaukee girl, 9

    22, 2017, file photo, a barista pours steamed milk into a cup of coffee at a cafe in Los Angeles. State health officials proposed a regulation change Friday, June 15, 2018, that would declare coffee ... California officials, having concluded coffee drinking is not a risky pastime, are proposing a regulation that will essentially tell consumers of America's favorite beverage they can drink up without fear.

  • Stop states from punishing workers over student loans

    Sens. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, and Elizabeth Warren, D-Massachusetts, have teamed up to end the abusive practice in which states authorize the restriction of occupational and driver's licenses simply because a person defaulted on their student loans. "It makes no sense to revoke a professional license from someone who is trying to pay their student loans," said Rubio.

  • Republicans risking conservative backlash over immigration

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions took his department's tough policy on illegal immigration to the graduating class of Pennsylvania police cadets. Democrats called on Republicans to find a solution for DACA recipients on the 6th anniversary of the program being installed.

  • Despite cancer, McCain's maverick ways press on in tweets Source: AP

    Sen. John McCain's legacy was thrust into focus nearly one year ago when he announced his brain cancer diagnosis. The six-term Senator and decorated Vietnam War veteran is now fighting the illness from his beloved Arizona, and filling the role of one of the few Congressional Republican voices to publicly rebuke Trump administration decisions.

  • Despite cancer, McCain's maverick ways press on in tweets

    In this Oct. 17, 2017, file photo, Arizona Senate candidate Kelli Ward speaks at a campaign rally in Scottsdale, Ariz. A possible U.S. Senate vacancy in Arizona would be temporarily filled by a Republican appointee in the event of the death of Sen. John McCain, who is battling cancer, but it's unclear whether an election would be held in November or 2020.

  • DHS: 2K children separated from parents

    May was the third month in a row that more than 50,000 people at the southern border either were caught trying to illegally enter the U.S. or were denied entry. The Department of Homeland Security apprehended almost 40,400 people who tried to cross into the U.S. illegally in May. And about 11,500 people trying to cross at ports of entry were denied admission.

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