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Nation Sep 18LISTEN LIVE: White House addresses U.N. summit in news briefing
Brian Hook, Director of Policy Planning, State Department, will give an off camera press briefing at 5 p.m. Listen live here.
Politics Sep 15‘What Happened,’ according to Hillary Clinton (full interview)
Hillary Clinton criticized President Donald Trump on a number of fronts in a PBS NewsHour interview Friday, saying “he’s being played” by dictators like Russia’s Vladimir Putin and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, and also criticizing the president’s…
World Sep 14North Korea fired another missile over Japan. Here’s what we know
Details were still being analyzed by the U.S. and South Korea, that country's military said in a statement.
Nation Sep 14WATCH: Paul Ryan expected to address conflicting reports about ‘dreamer’ deal in news briefing
Speaker Paul Ryan briefed reporters at 12 p.m. ET Thursday.
Nation Sep 131 student dead, 3 injured after shooting at high school near Spokane, Washington
The suspect is in custody, police told local news stations.
Nation Sep 135 important stories you may have missed
There are more drug overdose deaths than we thought, China is phasing out the production of gas-powered vehicles and other news you might have missed.
Sep 12DOJ won’t bring federal charges against officers in Freddie Gray case
Five of the officers will still face disciplinary trials within the police department, the Associated Press said. They begin Oct. 30.
Nation Sep 12WATCH: White House expected to address North Korea sanctions, tax reform in news briefing
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is expected to speak around 2 p.m. ET. Watch live here.
Politics Sep 12WATCH: Pelosi, Democrats discuss DREAM Act
Pelosi is expected to speak with other Democrats about the DREAM Act around noon ET Tuesday. Watch live in the player above.
Politics Sep 12WATCH: U.S. warns China, Russia must comply with sanctions on North Korea
State Department and Treasury Department officials testified to the House Foreign Affairs Committee about the U.S. pressure campaign against North Korea's rapid progress toward a nuclear weapon that could strike America.