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- Rep. Cummings: 'No doubt' about President Trump being racist
- 'Horrific for all': Pentagon intelligence chief says Iran does not want war
A U.S. Marines helicopter takes off from the flight deck of the USS Boxer during its transit through Strait of Hormuz. ASPEN, Colo. — As tensions in the Persian Gulf continued to ramp up on Friday afternoon amid news that Iran had seized a British oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz, the head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Army Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley, concluded that Iran does not want to start a war with the U.S. or its allies. Answering a question posed by CNN national security correspondent Jim Sciutto in Aspen, Colo., about the latest incident, Ashley declined to give a specific response to the news, but later said that none of the United States’ major adversaries or competitors, including Iran, China and Russia, wants to start a war.
- Michelle Obama counters Trump: 'There's a place for us all'
- 2020 Vision: Democratic candidates raise funds off 'Send her back' chant at Trump rally
- Trump says he is seeking the release of rapper A$AP Rocky at Melania’s request
- Trump impeachment 'wishful strain of thinking' by Democrats, Steve Kornacki says
- Trump fumes over Ilhan Omar's 'welcome home' crowd
After claiming he wasn’t happy that his supporters broke into a “send her back” chant at his rally in North Carolina, President Trump on Friday fumed over the media coverage of Rep. Ilhan Omar’s return to Minnesota.
- Progressives lay out racial justice strategy to win over working-class whites
- Officer avoids charges in Eric Garner's death
Federal prosecutors chose not to pursue a civil rights case against the officer who used a chokehold while arresting Eric Garner, leading to his death. The 360 provides diverse perspectives on topics in the news.
- China's bid for Asian domination: The view from U.S. Indo-Pacific Command
The waters of Pearl Harbor above the USS Arizona have an oily sheen, the result of persistent leakage from the once mighty battleship that was sunk by Japanese bombs nearly 80 years ago. The memorial that sits above the ship commemorates the events of Dec. 7, 1941, that began with a Japanese surprise attack and led directly to the U.S. entry into World War II. The USS Arizona Memorial is a place for quiet contemplation, and at Pearl Harbor it is nearly impossible not to reflect on the dangers that gather when rising powers like 1930s-era Japan and Germany confront dominant or status quo powers like Great Britain and its American allies.
- 'We're better than that': Leading Democrat rips Homeland Security head over Trump's child separation policy
Democrats blamed the Trump administration, Republicans blamed Democrats, and the Department of Homeland Security blamed Congress for what all parties agreed, at a tense and sometimes contentious hearing on Thursday, was an intractable crisis on the U.S. border with Mexico.
- Trump announces downing of Iranian unmanned aircraft: 'The drone was immediately destroyed'
President Trump announced that a U.S. Navy ship downed an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz on Thursday. The incident comes as tensions between the U.S. and Iran have sharply escalated in recent weeks.
- ‘I am disgusted’: New Yorkers react to Trump telling congresswomen to ‘go back’ to their countries
New Yorkers, like much of the country, have some strong opinions about the latest controversy engulfing President Trump. “I am disgusted at the Republicans,” said Randi, of Manhattan. “I can’t believe no one stands up to him. I thought of myself as independent, and I’m forced into being a Democrat.”
- California city set to ban gendered words like 'manhole' and 'manpower'
- Trump and Hicks spoke with Michael Cohen shortly before he struck hush-money deal with Stormy Daniels, FBI documents show
Trump, his close aide Hope Hicks and personal lawyer Michael Cohen scrambled after the release of the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape to squash stories of his alleged extramarital affairs, newly unsealed court documents show.
- PHOTOS: Protests demanding resignation of Puerto Rico's governor turn violent
Thousands marched in Puerto Rico for a fifth day on Wednesday demanding the resignation of Governor Ricardo Rossello, following corruption accusations and the leak of text chats in which he made sexist and homophobic remarks.
- Trump says he wasn't happy with his crowd chanting, 'Send her back!'
- Trump perpetuates falsehoods on hurricane aid as scandal rocks Puerto Rico's government
- 'Let's see them aliens': The Facebook group is a joke, but the Pentagon takes plans to storm Area 51 seriously
- Chappaquiddick: A tragedy that changed the course of American history
In the summer of 1969, Sen. Edward “Ted”. Kennedy left a party on Chappaquiddick island neat Martha's Vineyard, Mass., with Mary Jo Kopechne. Later that night Kennedy's car plunged off the narrow wooden Dike Bridge into a pond. Kennedy was able to escape, but Kopechne drowned. Here’s a look back at that tragic day and its aftermath.
- Biden looks to overturn Trump's undoing of Obama's foreign policy legacy, but Iraq remains a question mark
- Someone serious needs to step up and primary Trump
- Trump tests love-it-or-leave-it campaign message
- Delaney, Sanders meet with moderate Democrats on Capitol Hill eyeing potential endorsement
Presidential hopefuls John Delaney and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders met with the House of Representatives’ largest caucus Tuesday afternoon, marking the first sit-down talks intended to clinch an endorsement from a group that represents the moderate wing of the Democratic Party, sources confirm to Yahoo News.
- GOP congressman: 'I'm a person of color. I'm white.'
- Ocasio-Cortez on Trump's attack: 'There is no bottom to the barrel of vitriol'
- Trump may think being called a racist will help him win in 2020
President Trump has a pattern of making racially divisive comments that many call out as racist. Some political observers think he may be provoking an outcry because he believes it helps him politically.
- Fallout from Trump's attacks on 'the Squad'
President Trump's tweets attacking four congresswomen of color has rocked the political world. What impact will his statements and their response have going forward? The 360 looks at issues in the news from a variety of perspectives.
- McConnell says Trump is 'not a racist' and calls for Washington to 'tone down' rhetoric
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that he doesn’t believe Donald Trump is a racist despite the president’s calls for four Democratic lawmakers to “go back” to the “crime infested places from which they came.”
- Anti-Defamation League blasts Trump for 'invoking support for Israel to defend this racism'
- Kellyanne Conway challenges reporter who questioned Trump's tweet: 'What's your ethnicity?'
- PHOTOS: 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing
- 'Those Tweets were NOT Racist': Trump lashes out at House resolution condemning his attacks on congresswomen
- George Conway calls Trump a 'racist president'
- How a 'slick talker' lobbyist boosted the false Seth Rich murder conspiracy — before getting shot himself
Jack Burkman’s controversial involvement in the case — including attention-getting gimmicks and press conferences filled with wild and completely unsubstantiated claims — would ultimately lead to a real-life shooting: of Burkman himself.
- 'The Squad' — Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, Pressley and Tlaib — hit back at Trump and call for his impeachment
- Anti-Semitism event at Justice Department turns into pro-Israel rally
- Should Homeland Security be broken up?
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez recently said the Department of Homeland Security should be broken up. Has the newest cabinet agency kept us safe or is it a mismanaged behemoth that needs to be split apart?
- Trump tries to deflect claims of racism, says Dem congresswomen 'hate our country'
- PHOTOS: Beaten and abused, Sudan's women bear scars of fight for freedom
- GOP largely silent on Trump telling Democrats to 'go back' to their 'broken and crime infested' countries
- The biggest baggage weighing down the top 7 presidential hopefuls in the Democratic field
The Democratic presidential candidates all have vulnerabilities, and the eventual nominee will face an incumbent president who has proved himself adept at exploiting weaknesses. Here’s a look at the liabilities of the seven highest-polling contenders for the Democratic nomination.
- Trump says congresswomen he insulted should apologize to him
President Trump apparently called on four newly elected congresswomen of color to apologize to him after he said they should “go back” to their “broken and crime infested” countries. The comments were widely condemned as racist — and three of the four were born in the U.S.
- Disney heiress meets with theme park workers to hear about conditions
- Ocasio-Cortez reminds Trump, 'I come from the United States' after the president suggests congresswomen of color should 'go back' home
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lashed out at President Trump, who tweeted that she and three other congresswomen of color should “go back” to their “broken and crime infested” countries, pointing out that she was born in the United States.
- Trump calls children's detention centers 'well run and clean,' despite shocking reports from Pence visit
- HHS shows off new 'youth care facility' for migrants — not a 'detention center'
A media tour that included a Yahoo News reporter is part of a new transparency initiative by the U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services being tested at a facility in Carrizo Springs, Texas, which opened on June 30.
- Race is 'America's Achilles' heel,' Harris tells African-American group
- What was Ross Perot's impact on politics?
- Planned ICE raids show Trump runs the U.S. like his business — with no idea what he's doing
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents conduct a raid in Southern California. How will the Trump administration contain potential violence? Trump almost certainly doesn’t know, just as he has no clue how to reconcile his party’s need for suburban female voters with the inevitable images of frightened families being hauled off to detention facilities.