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The onetime fixer for Trump has admitted that not only did he commit financial crimes but also that Trump directed him to arrange hush-money payments to two women. Cohen also says he lied to Congress.
President Trump is threatening a government shutdown if he doesn’t get funding to build his border wall. In a meeting with Democratic leaders, he said, “tremendous amounts of wall have been built.”
Two black men killed by police recently in Alabama and Illinois are described by protesters as ‘good guys with guns.’ Police trainers say there are steps departments can take to help prevent deaths.
“I will contest that vote with everything I’ve got,” the U.K. prime minister said outside of No. 10 Downing St. The vote is set to begin at 1 p.m. ET Wednesday.
Something rare is stirring in Congress. There’s growing sentiment to force the president to end U.S. involvement in a war, in this case Yemen, where the U.S. military has been aiding Saudi Arabia.
Fifty-seven percent don’t think demanding funding for the wall is worth the gridlock, an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll finds. Many do not consider the wall a top priority for the next Congress, either.
Roger, who lived at The Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs, Australia, was an orphan who grew up to be an impressively ripped alpha male. Photos of his physique were popular online.
Two states had tried to block the use of Medicaid money for non-abortion, pregnancy-related health care services at Planned Parenthood. The action is a big win for Planned Parenthood.
The Russian woman apparently was part of an effort to build clandestine ties between Moscow and important parts of the conservative establishment.
Despite protests from voters, Republican legislators in Wisconsin have voted to curb the authority of Gov.-elect Tony Evers, a Democrat who will take office in January. The list of changes is long.