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Rep. Andy Biggs: 'Republicans Have Done A Terrible Job Messaging On Policies That Will Protect American Lives; Specifically Messaging on Immigration'

CNN war with Trump gets personal

President Trump's war with CNN took an even more personal turn on Tuesday after the White House used its press briefing to tout a hidden camera video calling the cable news network's coverage of the Russia controversy "bullsh*t."

A Senator Takes Charge in the Qatar Mess

Some three weeks after Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states cut off trade and diplomatic ties with Qatar, an American official finally seems to have a plan to resolve the standoff. Unsurprisingly, it is not someone from the Trump administration.


Glenn Greenwald: 'The Media Thinks Any Communication With Russia Is Collusion & This Is Dangerous For Our Foreign Policy'

Conservative media gets even bigger under Trump

Right-wing killing it on Facebook and online: In studies done for Axios by Newswhip, which measures social media engagement, and Chartbeat, which measures website engagement, it is conservatives - not liberals - who have seen the bigger explosion of new, high-traffic sites and pages taking off in the Trump era. While everyone obsesses about Trump on Twitter, his Facebook fan base was much larger and probably more consequential in shaping public opinion. (Roughly half of U.S. adults say they get news from Facebook, per Pew.)

'Kate's Law,' 'Sanctuary City De-funding' Bills Going to House Vote

Two major immigration enforcement bills are expected to go before the U.S. House this week for a vote - including "Kate's Law" and a sanctuary city de-funding bill. Passage of these important bills will help deliver on campaign promises made by President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress during the last election cycle.

Trump and Indian Prime Minister Modi Move to Bridge Divisions

During their first meeting, leaders pledge to expand cooperation on combating terrorism, stabilizing Afghanistan. U.S. President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said after their first meeting on Monday that they agreed to expand cooperation between their two countries on combating terrorism, stabilizing Afghanistan and overcoming differences on trade.

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