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The final GOP tax bill is complete. Here's what is in it.
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Republicans were joyful Friday as they finalized their tax plan, bridging differences between the House and Senate bills and moving another step closer to getting legislation to President Trump by Christmas. They also appear to have locked down the ...
Historic tax reform vote lined up with GOP bill finalizedPolitico
With Rubio, Corker Back on Board, GOP Speeds Ahead With Tax PlanNew York Times
Republicans release their final tax bill ahead of key vote next weekCNN
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FBI officials' text message about Hillary Clinton said to be a cover story for romantic affair
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Two senior FBI officials who texted each other about President Trump and Hillary Clinton relied on work phones to try to hide their romance from a spouse and made the bureau's probe of Clinton's private email server their cover story for being in such ...
Trump Embellishes the Truth in a Speech to the Thin Blue LineNew York Times
Trump lawyers set for key meeting with special counsel next weekCNN
President Trump's speech at the FBI Academy was recklessThe Hill
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Los Angeles Times

Female Kansas congressional candidate drops out over sexual harassment claim by male subordinate
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Given the months-long stream of allegations of sexual harassment by powerful people, the big political news in Kansas on Friday sounded numbingly familiar: A prominent Democratic congressional candidate quit the 2018 race after journalists unearthed a ...
Kansas Democrat Andrea Ramsey drops out of House race over 2005 harassment suitFox News
Accused of Sexual Harassment, Andrea Ramsey Ends Kansas Congressional RunNew York Times
Kansas Dem drops out of House race amid sexual harassment allegationsThe Hill
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New York Times

How Wildfires Are Affecting Tourism in Southern California
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Pacific Beach in San Diego County. Major attractions in the county are open for business.CreditBeth Coller for The New York Times. By Louis Keene and Shivani Vora. Dec. 15, 2017. The tourism industry in Southern California is starting to bounce back ...
Thomas fire could surpass 1889 Santiago Canyon fire, believed to be California's largestLos Angeles Times
As wildfires continue in California, air quality a significant concernWashington Post
Photos of the Week: Giant Skulls, Leopards, a Space Capsule LandingThe Atlantic
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3 awkward pictures that tell you everything about how Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions feel about each other
(CNN) President Donald Trump was in Quantico, Virginia, Friday morning to give a graduation speech to the FBI National Academy. Before he spoke, he was seated next to Attorney General Jeff Sessions. And, boy oh boy, was it awkward! (In case you spent ...
Sessions Says Bias Concerns About FBI Are Being Taken SeriouslyBloomberg
Jeff Sessions addresses Trump's claim that the FBI's reputation is in "tatters"CBS News
Jeff Sessions stops short of committing to Trump's demand for a second special counselWashington Examiner
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Tillerson retreats on offer of unconditional North Korea talks
WASHINGTON — America's top diplomat stepped back Friday from his offer of unconditional talks with North Korea, telling world powers the nuclear-armed nation must earn the right to negotiate with the United States. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's ...
Mattis says North Korea isn't capable of striking the USCNN
Tillerson's disappearing offer to North Korea: Even talks are riskyThe Hill
North Korea ignores world uniting against their nuclear ambitionsCBS News
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Trump and Moore aren't the only ones to blame for how some perceive 'evangelicals'
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After Roy Moore lost Alabama's special Senate election, despite running a campaign on what he called Christian values, some evangelical voters seem to be considering that their label has been co-opted. There's a growing concern that aligning with ...
GOP Establishment Declares Open Season on a Weakened BannonNew York Times
Why Roy Moore just won't concedeCNN
Democrats Are Excited by Doug Jones' Win. But They Still Face a Tough Fight Next YearTIME
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Did the FCC just take the Net back to 2014?
When the Federal Communications Commission ruled Thursday to scrap Obama-era rules meant to prevent anti-competitive behavior by Internet service providers, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said the action would simply return the Net to 2014. But the reality is ...
What's Next After the Repeal of Net NeutralityNew York Times
Net Neutrality Was Never EnoughThe Atlantic
What's next for net neutrality, and when will we see change?
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Omarosa Manigault's exit highlights the struggle of black Republicans to fit in at the White House and at the barbecue
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About US is a new initiative by The Washington Post to cover issues of identity in the United States. Look for the About US newsletter launching this winter. Whether she walked out the door on her own or was escorted out by security personnel, Omarosa ...
Omarosa Says Donald Trump Is 'Racial' But 'Not A Racist'HuffPost
No tears from African-Americans after Omarosa booted from White HouseChicago Tribune
Omarosa says Donald Trump is "racial" but not a "racist"AOL
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New York Times

Trump Administration Adds Restrictions for Visa-Waiver Countries
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Dozens of countries, mostly in Europe, must meet additional security requirements for their citizens to continue to be allowed into the United States without a visa, the Department of Homeland Security said on Friday. The countries must ...
Trump administration wants tighter security measures for countries in US visa waiver programLos Angeles Times
Trump administration cracks down on visa waiver programUSA TODAY
Department of Homeland Security rolls out new rules for countries in Visa Waiver ProgramNew York Daily News
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