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Elizabeth Warren takes aim at moderates and generates chants of ‘Warren 2020’


Rep. Jones reacts to President Trump's threats to North Korea


Election results to play role in legislative redistricting


Trump takes break from White House with ‘working vacation’


Sessions vows crackdown on leaks of classified information


No lie, says Sanders: Trump got praise from Mexico, Scouts


Rep. Jones hopes new White House chief of staff can bring order, continuity


Lawsuit: Investigator claims Fox News made up quotes


Senate confirms Christopher Wray, Trump’s choice for FBI


Kelly flexes muscle his first day on the job at White House


Republicans say time for Senate to move on from health care


Trump insists there’s no chaos at White House


Trump’s new chief of staff takes over a White House in chaos


Clinton lost, but Republicans still want to investigate her


John Kelly brings military bearing to White House staff


GOP blame-game begins after Senate sinks health care drive


Russia sanctions bill heads to Trump after Senate's approval


Trump asserts all agree he has ‘complete power’ to pardon


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Right-Winger Retweeted by Trump Is Navy Intelligence Officer

Jack Posobiec, a right-wing activist who brought attention to debunked conspiracy theories, is a naval intelligence officer.

Navy to Commission New Warship in Middle East

The USS Lewis B. Puller will now be able to conduct military operations under the laws of armed conflict.

What's Next After Baltimore Yanks Confederate Statues?

City leaders had vowed to remove the city's four Confederacy-linked monuments following the deadly violence in Virginia over the weekend.

He's All White: Racists Praise Trump as 'Honest Man'

Many white nationalists are rejoicing after President Trump reverted back to blaming "both sides" in the deadly Charlottesville protests over the weekend.