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High court asked to iron out polling place clothing dispute


Trump tweet undercuts McMaster Russia claims


Biden, in public and private, tiptoes toward a 2020 run


House, Senate adjourn, plan to return in May


Plan to name park for Nancy Reagan faces headwinds


Trump explains refusal to declassify Dems' memo


Trump explains refusal to declassify Dems' memo


White House response to abuse claims shines light on victims' fears


Trump won't declassify Democratic memo on Russia probe


White House speechwriter resigns after abuse allegations


Trump cites memo as evidence he's in the clear


Not all details in GOP memo help undercut Mueller probe


State GOP warns Cooper against elections board action


Field getting crowded as Pitt County sheriff yet to announce re-election plans


Florida Sen. Marco Rubio fires chief of staff


Steve Wynn, casino mogul, resigns as RNC finance chair amid misconduct allegations


Trump plan would sharply change legal immigration


Supreme Court rules GOP lawmakers grabbed governor powers on elections


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White House locked down after vehicle hits security barrier

A female driver was immediately apprehended at 17th and E Streets, the U.S. Secret Service reported on its Twitter feed.

Officers rarely fail to confront threat, experts say

Police psychologists caution that there might be a reason the campus security officer at the high school massacre in Parkland, Florida, failed to act.

Trump company settles lawsuit over disputed golf club deposits

A Florida golf club owned by U.S. President Donald Trump agreed on Friday to pay $5.45 million to settle claims by former members that it wrongfully refused to refund their deposits when they wanted to resign.

Manafort hit with new charges after Gates pleads guilty

Rick Gates, a former Trump campaign aide and business associate of Paul Manafort, entered the plea in federal court in Washington.

Obama methane rules kept in place by federal judge

Trump appointees wanted to make oil and gas extraction easier for industry, but a federal judge worried about pollution and wasted resources.