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Trump not verbally briefed on Russia bounty matter: WH
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White House Dismisses Reports of Bounties, but Is Silent on RussiaRobert C. O’Brien, the national security adviser, told Fox News that President Trump knew nothing about the reports because the briefer “decided not to”..
Protests in Hong Kong as U.S. warns of sanctions
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WH limits travel to U.S. from Brazil due to coronavirus
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#BoycottGoya takes off after CEO's Trump praise
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Trump grants clemency to ally Roger Stone after railing against 'unfair' conviction, sentencingTrump's decision to grant clemency to Roger Stone came days before the operative was expected to report to prison for lying to Congress.
AP Top Stories July 10 5PHere are the top stories for Friday, July 10th: Trump and Biden trade jabs on virus and economy; Trump cancels N.H. rally; Attorneys seek home confinement for..
Trump asks Treasury Department to review universities' tax exemption over 'Radical Left Indoctrination'Trump's call to review the status of universities comes the same week he suggested revoking funding from schools that don't reopen amid the pandemic.
Trump warns Biden embraces socialism or 'worse'President Donald Trump is criticizing former President Barack Obama's efforts to lift some sanctions against Cuba and warns that the presumptive Democratic..
Dueling jobs reports, Russia briefing, John Bolton's book: 5 things to know ThursdayTwo new jobs reports likely will paint a good news-bad news picture, the Gang of Eight will get Russia briefing and more news to start your Thursday.
John Bolton's controversial book hits No. 1 on USA TODAY best-sellers listThe former national security advisor's memoir stuck a nerve with the president and readers. It sold more than 780,000 copies in its first week.
U.S. should consider sanctions if bounty reports true: Bolton
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John Bolton: Trump's reaction to tell-all book degrading to the presidency
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CBP Seizes 26,000 Pounds Of Human Hair
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U.S., Russian envoys tight-lipped as arms control talks start in Vienna
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