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- Rudy Giuliani: Talks of Trump Tower Moscow continued throughout 2016 election
- Trump pines for global warming during snowstorm, confusing weather with climate
- Trump offers a deal on immigration and shutdown, and it hits a wall
On Day 29 of the government shutdown, President Trump promised he would “break the logjam and provide Congress with a path forward," but based on the reaction from Democrats, his proposal fell on deaf ears.
- Divided over leadership, but united in goals, women march and rally in New York
On Saturday, the designated day to mark the second anniversary of the Women’s March, women in New York City could march, rally or protest in a variety of locations and under different auspices, but the messages, and even one of the messengers, weren’t that different. In the past, New York City’s march was led by Women’s March Alliance, a grassroots organization unaffiliated with the national organization Women’s March Inc., which organized the original rally in Washington in 2017. Spectators and supporters attend the Women’s Unity Rally hosted by a chapter of Women’s March National at Foley Square in New York City on Jan. 19, 2019.
- PHOTOS: Protesters take part in third annual Women's March
Women marched in hundreds of U.S. cities and overseas on Saturday to mark the second anniversary of demonstrations that drew millions of protesters to the streets the day after Republican President Donald Trump's inauguration in January 2017.
- 2020 Vision: Gillibrand's Franken problem, Beto's 'funk' and why Biden's history with Warren may come back to haunt him
- Donald Trump's week of living dangerously
- PHOTOS: New migrant caravan travels from Honduras to U.S.-Mexico border
A group of Honduran migrants entered southern Mexico on Friday, joining more than 1,000 people who departed Central America in recent days headed to the United States and putting to the test Mexico's vows to guarantee the safe and orderly flow of people.
- Trump, Pence address the other Washington march — the one against abortion
Thousands of anti-abortion protestors gathered for the 46th March for Life rally on the National Mall Friday afternoon and were greeted with surprise addresses by both President Trump (on video) and Vice President Pence (in person).
- Non-zero tolerance: DHS is still separating families at the border
Since President Trump suspended his administration’s zero-tolerance family separation policy, immigration officials have continued to separate immigrant children and parents — at steadily increasing rates.
- PHOTOS: Partial government shutdown continues as Congress and president fail to reach deal
As the partial U.S. government shutdown hit the four-week mark on Friday, tensions mounted in Washington on either side of the standoff over President Donald Trump's demand for $5.7 billion to help fund a U.S.-Mexico border wall.
- 2020 prospect Sen. Klobuchar: It's 'difficult to imagine' voting for Trump AG pick
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar — a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee and prospective Democratic candidate for president in 2020 — says it is “very difficult to imagine” she will vote to confirm nominee William Barr as attorney general in light of his refusal to commit to releasing special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Russia investigation. While saying she still wants to finish reviewing the transcript of this week’s confirmation hearing before making a final decision, she criticized the nominee for his equivocation during this week’s confirmation hearing on two key issues relating to the Russia probe. “He wouldn’t say he would follow the ethics advice of career lawyers in the department when it came to recusal regarding the Russia investigation, and also he didn’t 100 percent commit — not even 80 percent commit — to making the report public,” Klobuchar said.
- Lack of diversity in Trump's first judicial nominees for 116th Congress
- Why was Beto O'Rourke a national phenomenon while Stacey Abrams wasn't?
- Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren have a history. If he runs, it may come back to haunt him.
- Someday, Donald Trump will be a former president. The mind boggles.
- Tulsi Gabbard apologizes, again, for past antigay views
- Trump, like Gorbachev, has lost faith in what his country stands for
President Trump doesn’t think our defense of democratic values really works for America anymore, and in this he has more in common with Vladimir Putin than he does with his own Cabinet or his military.
- PHOTOS: Los Angeles teachers strike continues into 3rd day
- Mike Pence amends claim that 'ISIS has been defeated' following deadly attack on U.S. troops
- Senators grill EPA nominee Wheeler over climate policies
The Democrats on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee hammered former coal lobbyist Andrew Wheeler on Wednesday for his role in rolling back environmental protections at the Environmental Protection Agency.
- Despite denials, documents reveal U.S. training UAE forces for combat in Yemen
When the Pentagon announced last November that it was ceasing aerial refueling of Saud-led coalition aircraft operating in Yemen, the move appeared to be a major step back from U.S. support for the war there. But newly obtained documents reveal that the United States has also been training coalition military personnel from the United Arab Emirates for the air war in Yemen.
- Poll shows federal workers don't prefer a border wall to getting paid
The president has claimed repeatedly that many federal workers directly impacted by the partial U.S. government shutdown support his demand for a border wall. But a new poll of government employees shows that few actually do.
- PHOTOS: Kenya's security forces kill gunmen in deadly Nairobi hotel attack
- Steve King faces increasing pressure to resign after 'white supremacy' remarks
Rep. Steve King’s base of support, including in his home state of Iowa, continues to erode after comments he made appearing to praise white supremacy were published in the New York Times. Des Moines is not located in King’s district.
- President or private citizen? Bloomberg mulls over where he’d have biggest impact on climate and gun control
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is pondering whether he will have a bigger impact on the country as a Democratic presidential candidate or a businessman and philanthropist. And he intends to decide soon.
- Kirsten Gillibrand joins growing Democratic presidential field with 'Late Show' announcement
- Wildfire warning: In shutdown, workers fall behind on prep for fire season
As the record-setting partial federal shutdown continues, forestry experts worry that furloughing thousands of government workers could exacerbate this year’s wildfire season. Lenya Quinn-Davidson, who serves as the area fire adviser for the University of California Cooperative Extension, told Yahoo News that right now workers who would normally be clearing out areas of potential fuel aren’t in the field, raising the risk of devastating fires later in the year. “We know if they are able to get those projects accomplished we see positive benefits during wildfires,” said Quinn-Davidson.
- PHOTOS: Deadly fuel price protests in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe's police and military patrolled the streets of the capital, Harare, Tuesday as a helicopter fired tear gas at demonstrators blocking a road and burning tires on a second day of deadly protests after the government more than doubled the price of fuel in the economically shattered country. (AP)
- Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand moves toward launching 2020 presidential campaign
- Barr signals support for ending marijuana legalization
- AG nominee Barr 'can conceive' of jailing journalists 'as a last resort'
- Barr draws a line for Trump: ‘I will not be bullied’
- Barr pledges to allow Mueller to finish Russia report and to release 'as much as I can'
William Barr, President Trump’s nominee for attorney general, said Tuesday that he doesn’t believe Robert Mueller is involved in a “witch hunt” and, if confirmed, would pledge to allow the special counsel to complete the Russia investigation without interference.
- Robert Mueller’s spokesman is a man of mystery
- Trump treats Clemson Tigers to 'great American' fast food shutdown feast
- Trump promises on coal, steel and China trade are all falling flat
- 2 years into the Trump era, the Women’s March weighs its future
Rifts have opened up in the Women's March movement, which is preparing an event in Washington, D.C., this Saturday. Some women who marched before are sitting it out or attending separate rallies unaffiliated with the national organization.
- Trump’s response to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez calling him a 'racist': ‘Who cares?'
- Chuck Grassley helped Trump redefine the judiciary. Now he will fend off demands to see president’s tax returns
- Ted Cruz: Americans outside D.C. don't care about Russia investigation
- Mark Warner: 'It is a very real question' whether Trump acted as a Russian agent
- Russian lawyer at Trump Tower meeting says she won't come to U.S. to fight charges
Natalia Veselnitskaya,the Russian lawyer who played a key role in the infamous Trump Tower meeting with Trump campaign officials, including Donald Trump Jr., tells Yahoo News she won’t return to the United States to face charges that she lied in an unrelated court case.
- PHOTOS: Congo election result creates uncertainty
Martin Fayulu, the runner-up in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's presidential election, pledged to launch a formal fraud complaint in a dispute that could reawaken violence in the nation, where millions have died in civil wars since the 1990s. Pre-election polls predicted a landslide win for Fayulu. But in a surprise result, the businessman, who was backed by powerful exiled politicians and former militia leaders, lost out to another opposition leader, Felix Tshisekedi. (Reuters)
- Rep. Steve King rejects the 'label' and 'evil ideology' of white supremacy
- 2020 Vision: Kamala's 'soft launch,' Beto's live streams and another bad week for Bernie
- 74 percent of Americans say government shutdown is 'embarrassing for the country'
- Shutdown stories: How the government closure is affecting Americans nationwide
- PHOTOS: Furloughed federal workers protest Trump's government shutdown
Hundreds of furloughed federal employees chanting "we want to work" gathered for a union-led march to the White House on Thursday, the 20th day of a partial government shutdown over U.S. President Donald Trump's demand for border wall funding. Here's a look at protests in Washington and other cities around the nation.
- FBI agents petition Congress for immediate funding amid shutdown