Monday’s news: President Trump’s White House makes changes to government staffing as well as security clearances. Also, the jury for the Paul Manafort financial-fraud trial heads into its third day of deliberation. Plus, the Senate quietly makes progress among midterm preparations.
A White House speechwriter for President Trump was terminated last week after revelations that he had spoken at a conference attended by well-known white nationalists, according to three people familiar with the decision who were not authorized to sp
Paul Manafort’s tax- and bank-fraud trial is set to kick off its third day of jury deliberations Monday with questions swirling about jurors’ ability to ignore the politically charged cacophony enveloping them, including President Donald Trump’s publ
Special Counsel Robert Mueller is asking a judge to sentence former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos up to six months in prison after pleading guilty to lying to investigators involved in the Russia probe last October.
Hours after Melania Trump moved into the White House in June of last year, she peered out a window and took in a stunning view of the Washington Monument: “Looking forward to the memories we’ll make in our new home!” the first lady cheerily wrote on
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