OUT AND ABOUT -- STEVE BANNON and BREITBART hosted a party and book signing last night for Laura Ingraham's new book "Billionaire at the Barricades: The Populist Revolution from Reagan to Trump" at the Breitbart Embassy on Capitol Hill. After STEPHEN MILLER showed up during the middle of the party, everyone got quiet and Bannon told the crowd: "By order of the president of the United States, we have a special guest, someone I know is dear to Laura Ingraham's heart and dear to all of ours, the last man behind enemy lines ...
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Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell put the finishing touches on a bicameral budget deal allowing Congress to swiftly move to tax reform, multiple sources in both chambers said.
U.S. Senate Democrats on Thursday failed to pass a measure to block oil and gas drilling in part of the Arctic National Wildlife Reserve, losing to Republicans who believe production there would provide jobs and wealth.
Leftist protesters interrupted a College Republicans meeting Sunday night in the library at the University of California, Santa Cruz, calling members "fascists," "racists" and "white supremacists" during a lengthy demonstration that ended in three arrests.
As he prepared to collect a $500,000 payday in Moscow in 2010, Bill Clinton sought clearance from the State Department to meet with a key board director of the Russian nuclear energy firm Rosatom - which at the time needed the Obama administration's approval for a controversial uranium deal, government records show.
Donald Trump Jr. navigated the Indianapolis fundraiser like a seasoned politician: shaking hands, ensuring everyone got a selfie and doling out bear hugs to a camo-clad hunting buddy he spotted in the crowd.
The Supreme Court will likely uphold the Trump administration's travel ban because it is aimed not at Muslims, but countries that do not have "adequate vetting processes," Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz told Newsmax TV on Wednesday.
Support for her cooled due to antic statements, intellectual thinness and general strangeness. The president has been understandably confident in his supporters. They appreciate his efforts, admire his accomplishments (Justice Neil Gorsuch, ISIS' setbacks), claim bragging rights for possibly related occurrences (the stock market's rise), and feel sympathy for him as an outsider up against the swamp.
At least 43 Afghan soldiers have been killed and nine wounded after two suicide bombers in Humvee armoured vehicles destroyed a military base in the southern province of Kandahar.
The Florida Democrat who criticized President Donald Trump this week for being "insensitive" toward the widow of a U.S. soldier slain in Africa might be facing similar criticism herself.
Mississippi GOP Sen. Thad Cochran insists that he is not retiring from Congress, despite widespread speculation about the veteran lawmaker's health and political future. The 79-year-old Cochran appeared frail and at times disoriented during a brief hallway interview on Wednesday. He was unable to answer whether he would remain chairman of the Appropriations Committee, and at one point, needed a staffer to remind him where the Senate chamber is located.
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The prices of injectable cancer drugs - even older medicines around since the 1990s - are increasing at a rate far higher than inflation, researchers report in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
The stock market is riding a wave of success during the President Donald Trump's first year in office. All three major equity indexes closed Wednesday at records simultaneously for the 23rd time this year, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average eclipsed the 23,000 mark for the first time ever. The indexes closed after reports surfaced showing Republican senators have enough votes to pass a budget measure that could pave the way for Trump's tax reform.
It has become the ultimate symbol of American resolve against the threat of North Korea: a visit by the U.S. commander in chief to "freedom's frontier," the heavily guarded demilitarized zone that has separated the North and South for 64 years.
U.S.-backed militias in Syria declared victory over Islamic State in its capital Raqqa on Tuesday, raising flags over the last jihadist footholds after a four-month battle.
The fighting was over and the alliance of Kurdish and Arab militias was clearing the city's stadium of mines and any remaining militants, said Rojda Felat, commander of the Raqqa campaign for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).