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Billionaire industrialist and conservative mega-donor David Koch has died at age 79, according to New Yorker reporter

Friday  16:15,   23 august 2019

Jane Meyer, a reporter for the New Yorker who profiled Koch, said Friday morning that Koch family sources told her he had... >>>

Trump dismisses recession warnings: 'I always find a way to win'

Friday  16:10,   23 august 2019

The president has crowed about the state of the economy despite words of caution from within his... >>>

Women usher in new era for presidential campaigns

Friday  15:30,   23 august 2019

They're now a dominant force at the highest levels of Democratic presidential campaigns — and getting paid equitably, a POLITICO analysis... >>>

White House allies on president's wild week: 'It is typical Trump'

Friday  15:05,   23 august 2019

White House allies are pushing back at suggestions that President Trump is fixated on a possible... >>>

Trump team defends 2020 campaign manager's compensation

Friday  11:46,   23 august 2019

President Donald Trump's campaign is disputing allegations that campaign chairman Brad Parscale is profiting from hi position on Trump's 2020 re-election... >>>

Wisconsin too cheesy for Dems? Many 2020 delegates snag hotels closer to Chicago: Reports

Friday  10:25,   23 august 2019

Nearly half of the delegations scheduled to attend the 2020 Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee next July will stay in hotels across the state line in Illinois -- stretching as far as the Chicago area, officials said. © REUTERS/Aaron P.... >>>

Lewandowski says fear of ‘smears’ his ‘only hesitation’ about NH Senate race

Friday  09:20,   23 august 2019

President Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski says he would shed his reputation as a partisan pit bull to become an effective bipartisan champion for New Hampshire in the Senate. But the famously in-your-face Trump ally said he’s... >>>

Justice Department inspector general reportedly completes FISA abuse investigation

Friday  08:06,   23 august 2019

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz has reportedly completed his investigation into alleged Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act abuses by the Justice Department and FBI. © Provided by MediaDC: Washington Newspaper Publishing... >>>

Democrats see opening on economy, resist cheering recession

Friday  07:40,   23 august 2019

PROLE, Iowa (AP) — Campaigning under the stifling August sun, Joe Biden assailed President Donald Trump's trade war with China, accusing him of squandering a strong economy and putting Americans' financial security at risk.... >>>

Trump Tweets John Hickenlooper Is ‘Badly Damaged After… Horrible Run For President’

Friday  07:15,   23 august 2019

Pres. Donald Trump reacted to John Hickenlooper's bid for U.S. Senate. Trump tweeted his support for Sen. Cory Garder, the Republican incumbent, saying that he "has done a fantastic job representing the people of... >>>

'Talks are ongoing': Trump says he attended meeting to discuss prevention of mass shootings

Friday  04:20,   23 august 2019

President Trump said that his administration has been talking with both Republicans and Democrats about ways to prevent mass shootings. © Provided by MediaDC: Washington Newspaper Publishing Company, Inc.Trump said in a tweet that he held a meeting... >>>

Fact check: Did Bernie just backtrack on Medicare for All?

Friday  03:20,   23 august 2019

Critics pounced on a tweak Sanders made this week to his signature plan, but they're being... >>>

The Trump economy: A chaotic, contradictory response to a slowdown

Friday  02:55,   23 august 2019

Faced with internal warnings about a slowdown, President Trump pursued chaotic, contradictory... >>>

Stephanie Grisham’s Turbulent Ascent to a Top White House Role

Friday  01:25,   23 august 2019

Stephanie Grisham doled out fast food and tracked lost gear as a press wrangler on President Trump’s 2016 campaign, far from the in-crowd flying on the gold-plated Trump jet. An early and hard-working convert to Mr. Trump’s cause, she told a... >>>

Court pick denounced feminists, gay-rights groups and diversity efforts in 1990s, 2000s editorials

Friday  00:45,   23 august 2019

A White House aide nominated by President Donald Trump for a federal appeals court seat has a history of denouncing women's marches against sexual assault, dismissing education about multicultural awareness and accusing a major LGBTQ group of... >>>