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Bombs, Smugglers And Shots Fired: The Flight From Syria To Iraq
Warren Unveils Details Of Medicare For All Plan
WTO Rules China Can Hit U.S. With $3.6 Billion In Retaliatory Tariffs
U.S. Employers Added 128,000 Jobs in October
U.S. Reportedly Withholding $105 Million In Aid For Lebanon
Republicans' Bill Condemns China Over Response To Hong Kong Protests
North Korea Confirms Rocket Launcher Test Amid Stalemate With U.S.
The U.S. Still Has Thousands Of Troops In The Middle East
Clinton and Romney Campaign Managers Tout Cybersecurity Initiative
From Iraq: Syrian Kurds Fleeing Their Homeland Have Few Good Options
Lawmakers Draw Battle Lines Following Historic Impeachment Vote
Judges To Decide If WH Employees Can Ignore Congressional Subpoenas
New York Times: EPA Plans To Roll Back Obama-Era Coal Toxin Rules
What The Fact: Checking U.S. Deployments In The Middle East
The Traits That Once Predicted Who Would Be Elected To Congress
North Korea Fires 2 Projectiles Into Sea Amid Stalemate With U.S.
Twitter To Ban All Political Advertisements
National Security Council Official To Resign Amid Impeachment Probe
Fed Cuts Interest Rates For Third Time This Year
John Bolton Won't Voluntarily Testify For Impeachment Inquiry
Rep. Matt Gaetz Files Ethics Complaint Against Rep. Adam Schiff
U.S. Refugee Admissions Headed For Historic Lows, With None In October
Twitter Will Likely Miss Lawmakers' Deadline To Ban Hamas, Hezbollah
Inquiry On Grenfell Tower Fire Finds Fire Brigade 'Failings'
Record Number Of Unaccompanied Minors Detained At U.S. Border
House Approves Resolution Formally Recognizing Armenian Genocide
McAleenan Testifying Before House Homeland Security Committee
House Democrats' Resolution Sets Rules For Impeachment Inquiry
Boeing CEO Admits Mistakes, Skirts Questions In Senate Testimony
Lt. Colonel Testifies About Listening In On Trump's Ukraine Call
Creators Of New Voter Mapping Tool Hope To Expand Electorate In 2020
Fewer Immigrant Military Members Are Gaining Citizenship Under Trump
Facebook Employees Say Ad Policy Will Spread More Misinformation
Federal Judge Blocks Alabama's Abortion Ban
Washington Roundup: What To Watch In This Off-Year Election
U.S. Extends Protections For Thousands From El Salvador
U.S. Is Considering Extending $34B In Tariff Suspensions For China
North Carolina Court Blocks Current Congressional District Map
Full House To Vote On Procedures For Impeachment Inquiry
Republican Rep. Greg Walden Will Not Seek Reelection
NBCUniversal Offers To End Former Employees' Nondisclosure Agreements
Trump Blasts CPD's Top Official And Sanctuary Cities In Chicago Speech
Watchdog Group Criticizes DOJ Whistleblower Decision
DOJ Appeals Federal Judge's Order To Hand Over Mueller Documents
U.S. Announces New 'Mechanism' For Humanitarian Aid To Iran
Thousands Protest In Barcelona Over Catalonia Separation
Ex-Deputy National Security Adviser Skips Impeachment Deposition
EU Approves Brexit Extension
Rep. Katie Hill Resigns From Congress Amid Affair Accusations
Former U.S. Rep. John Conyers Jr. Dies At 90
Manhunt Underway For Texas Halloween Party Shooter
U.S. Diplomat Testifies State Dept. Stymied Support For Yavanovitch
Kevin McAleenan Says He Won't Testify In Hearing, Despite Subpoena
U.S. Bans All Flights To Cuba — Except Those That Land In Havana
Maria Butina Released From Prison, Arrives In Russia After Deportation
Trump Organization Is Considering Selling Washington Hotel
White House Directs Agencies To End Major Newspaper Subscriptions
Trump Doubles Down On 'What Do You Have To Lose' Pitch To Black Voters
Violence, Deaths In Chile Signal Crisis Over Economic Woes In Americas
House Committees Issue 3 More Subpoenas In Impeachment Inquiry
Can Anything Big Get Done In Congress During Impeachment?
What The Fact: The History Of Universal Basic Income
1,556 Previously Undisclosed Family Separations Announced
Some U.S. Troops To Remain In Syria To Protect Oil Fields From ISIS
House Panel Subpoenas Government For Trump D.C. Hotel Documents
Department Of Education And Secretary DeVos Held In Civil Contempt
DOJ Review Into Russia Investigation Origins Is Now A Criminal Inquiry
Gabbard Won't Seek Reelection In Congress To Focus On Presidential Run
Rep. Elijah Cummings Lies In State, Honored By Hill Colleagues
To Reduce Mass Shootings, GOP Senators Focus Partly On Mental Health
Rep. Tim Ryan Drops Out Of 2020 Presidential Race
Hong Kong's Extradition Fight Ends, But Not The Demands For Democracy
DEA Proposes New Regulation Quotas For Opioid Manufacturers
Rep. Katie Hill Swept Up In Ethics Probe After Affair Accusations
Central Park Five Member On Why Youth Are Prone To False Confessions
U.S. Investigating Allegations Of Turkish War Crimes
ICE Getting A Colder Shoulder This Year From Cities, Counties
Trump Affirms Plans To Withdraw U.S. From The Paris Climate Accord
House Approves Election Security Bill Opposed By White House and ACLU
Judge Orders State Department To Release Ukraine Documents
U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings To Lie In State Thursday
Republicans Storm SCIF, Delay Pentagon Official Testimony
Giuliani Associates Plead Not Guilty To Campaign Finance Violations
Trump Administration Sues California Over Cap-And-Trade Agreement
What Have Previous Universal Basic Income Experiments Taught Us?
Senate Republicans Block Election Security Legislation
More Than 7,000 Syria Refugees Flee To Iraq In Past Week
McConnell Introduces Resolution Opposing U.S. Withdrawal From Syria
Acting Ukrainian Ambassador Testifies And Fills Gaps In Text Messages
President Trump Refers To Impeachment Inquiry As A 'Lynching'
From Journalist To U.N. Ambassador: Samantha Power Details Her Journey
Samantha Power On Reconciling Her Beliefs With Obama's Syria Policy
As Cease-fire Ends In Syria, The Situation May Be Even More Volatile
Trump Administration Gives $4.5 Million To Syria's White Helmets
Jimmy Carter Hospitalized After Another Fall
U.S. Awarded Possession Of North Korean Cargo Ship
Washington Roundup: Why Trump's G-7 Backtrack Matters
Trump's Tax Return Case Could Soon End Up At The Supreme Court
Top U.S. Diplomat To Ukraine Will Testify Before Congress
DOJ Moves Forward With Plan To Collect DNA From Migrant Detainees