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Tensions erupt among Trump trade officials ahead of China talks

Sources say Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and trade adviser Peter Navarro had a public shouting match in Beijing.

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The Latest: California blast victim's family expresses shock

The Latest on a deadly explosion at a Southern California office building (all times local): 8 a.m.

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Trump Jr.'s team wanted stories straight on Russian lawyer meeting

The details were part of more than 2,500 pages of documents based on interviews with attendees of the meeting between Trump aides and a Russian attorney.

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Trump disclosure of Cohen payment raises new legal questions

NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump revealed in his financial disclosure Wednesday that he reimbursed personal attorney Michael Cohen as much as $250,000 for unspecified "expenses," with no mention of a $130,000 payment to porn actress Stormy Daniels to keep quiet about a sexual tryst she

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No, Rudy Giuliani didn't quit Donald Trump legal team

President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani quit, a headline would have readers believe, but the headline isn’t clear about which job Giuliani actually quit. "Official: Rudy Giuliani officially resigns, Trump’s legal team on it's last leg," said a May 12 headline on The Political Voice, a website that includes many articles critical of Trump. Facebook flagged this story as part of its efforts to combat false news and misinformation on Facebook's News Feed. You can read more about our partnership with Facebook here. You may not realize this, but as a nonprofit news organization, we depend on — and answer to ...

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Trump voters warn him not to fire special counsel Mueller: 'People would be suspicious'

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Florida man killed by exploding e-cigarette, medical examiner's office says

Tallmadge "Wake" D'Elia was found May 5 by firefighters in St. Petersburg, who suspected a vaping pen was the cause of death. The medical examiner's office confirmed the pen caused his death on Tuesday.

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Five dead from vicious storm as thousands remain without power in Northeast

The death toll hit five Wednesday as nearly 250,000 homes were left powerless by a wicked spring storm.

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Novartis sacrifices its top attorney in an attempt to quell clamor over $1.2M in Cohen payments — while ex-CEO ...

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Trump team ready to 'pressure' Mueller at probe's one-year mark

In an interview, Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, even cited James Comey's mid-2016 exoneration of Hillary Clinton as a model for the Russia special counsel.

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The Latest: Hotel guest reported hearing Vegas shots nearby

Get breaking national and world news, broadcast video coverage, and exclusive interviews. Find the top news online at ABC news.

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'They lived in torture.' 10 kids waterboarded, shot with crossbows, California cops say

Ten Fairfield, California, children were rescued from a horrifying child abuse environment March 31. New details emerged that the parents, Ina Rogers and Jonathan Allen, allegedly waterboarded the kids and shot them with crossbows. Allen is also accused of devil worship.

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North Korea summit: US hopeful Trump-Kim meet will go ahead

North Korea says it may cancel the meeting after a top Trump aide's "reckless" remarks.

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Trump Tower Meeting's Organizer First Dangled Putin Meeting

Donald Trump’s presidential bid was just weeks old in 2015 when the offers for Russian meetings and calls started.

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In veiled shot at Trump, Tillerson warns democracy at risk

Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson took a veiled shot at President Donald Trump on Wednesday, warning that a growing national crisis of ethics and integrity has put American democracy at risk.

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North Korean Threats Are 'Splash of Cold Water' on Expectations for Talks

Officials said they believed the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong-un would still happen, but the threats brought a diplomatic high-wire act temporarily back to earth.

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On eve of anniversary, Giuliani says time for probe to end

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'The gorilla in the room': Inside Trump's failed efforts to meet Putin in 2013

Senate testimony by a Trump fixer details extensive negotiations for a face-to-face meeting between Trump and Putin during the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Moscow.

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Rex Tillerson just majorly trolled Donald Trump

Rex Tillerson may be gone, but he hasn't forgotten.

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Trump's personal attorney solicited $1 million from government of Qatar

Michael Cohen said he could offer his expertise on the Trump administration.

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Bannon and Cambridge Analytica planned suppression of black voters, whistleblower tells Senate

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Trump's North Korea Nobel buzz could die with John Bolton

Is Trump’s biggest obstacle to a deal with North Korea his own national security adviser?

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Rex Tillerson says 'alternative realities' are a threat to democracy

The ex-secretary of state, fired by President Trump, told graduates that truth is the “central tenet of a free society.”

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DA: 10 Fairfield children were strangled, waterboarded

The 10 children rescued from a filthy, abusive Fairfield home were strangled, punched, shot with crossbows and subjected to waterboarding by their father, and their mother did nothing to stop it, prosecutors said.

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White man rants about Spanish-speaking workers in Fresh Kitchen

A racist and ranting white customer threatened to call federal immigration officials on workers at a Midtown restaurant — because they spoke in Spanish.

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Giuliani: Mueller admitted his team can't indict Trump

"All they get to do is write a report. They can't indict. At least they acknowledged that to us after some battling, they acknowledged that to us," Giuliani said. The lawyer cited Nixon-era Department of Justice guidelines that prevent special investigators from indicting sitting presidents.

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Big-name hedge funds pile into Facebook, sell Apple shares

Several "Tiger Cub" hedge funds bought Facebook shares in the March quarter.

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FBI probe into Trump and Russia was codenamed 'Crossfire Hurricane'

The FBI investigation into the Trump campaign's ties to Russia was originally known as "Crossfire Hurricane" before it was widely known to the public and even the bureau itself, officials told

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Trump voters warn him not to fire Mueller: 'People would be suspicious'

Wisconsin residents in a focus group are divided over Trump and the Russia investigation but united about one thing: The president should not ax the special counsel.

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Senators Grill Whistleblower on Cambridge Analytica's Inner Workings

Christopher Wylie testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday that Cambridge Analytica specialized in "disinformation, spreading rumors, kompromat, and propaganda."

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Lawyer for Russian Firm Hits Back at Mueller's Probe

A Russian company indicted in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Moscow’s meddling in the 2016 U.S. election has come out swinging, accusing him of ‘pettifoggery.’

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The Latest: Trump Jr. Saw No Issue With Trump Tower Meeting

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Christopher Wylie Warns Senators: Cambridge Analytica, Steve Bannon Want 'Culture War'

“We’re seeing a resegregation of society that’s catalyzed by algorithms,” Wylie said Wednesday.

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Tillerson warns military grads of 'growing crisis in ethics and integrity'

Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson delivered a stark warning on Wednesday of "a growing crisis in ethics and integrity" in American democracy, saying that a failure to confront that dilemma will usher the U.S.

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Trump Jr. couldn't remember if he discussed Russia investigation with Trump -- live updates

Transcripts released by Senate Judiciary Committee contain testimony regarding June 2016 meeting between Trump campaign officials and a Russian lawyer thought by Trump Jr. to have dirt on Hillary Clinton

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Steve Bannon sought to use data mined by Cambridge Analytica for 'culture war,' whistleblower says

Russian officials may have the personal data of millions of Facebook users, Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie told a Senate panel Wednesday.

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In Rebuke of Trump, Tillerson Says Lies Are a Threat to Democracy

The ex-secretary of state, who didn’t mention the president by name in a commencement speech at the Virginia Military Institute, said efforts to hide the truth amounted to going “wobbly on America.”

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Mueller Won't Indict Trump if He Finds Wrongdoing, Giuliani Says

The special counsel’s office has told the president’s lawyers that prosecutors will follow existing guidelines that say that sitting presidents cannot be indicted.

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Trump Calls Some Unauthorized Immigrants 'Animals' in Rant

The president unspooled a lengthy diatribe before TV cameras, warning that dangerous people were clamoring to breach the United States’ borders and castigating Mexico.

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Cambridge Analytica ran voter suppression campaigns, whistleblower claims

The whistleblower whose disclosures about Cambridge Analytica shook the tech world over questions about users' data privacy told Congress on Wednesday that the company engaged in efforts to discourage or suppress voting.

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Trump ramps up rhetoric on undocumented immigrants: 'These aren't people. These are animals.'

In a freewheeling session with California leaders, Trump calls immigrants "animals," blaming Mexico and Democrats for not stopping migration.

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Russian company playing hardball with Mueller's team

The special counsel's office collected about 1.5 to 2 terabytes of social media data, largely in Russian, prosecutor Jeannie Rhee said Wednesday

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Trump Jr. told investigators he can't recall if he discussed Russian meeting with his father

An 11-minute phone call to a blocked number could provide the answer to whether President Trump knew about Clinton info peddled by Russians.

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'They Aren't People.' President Trump Calls Deported Gang Members 'Animals'

The comments were the latest development in his administration's legal battle with the country's most populous state.

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Senate Intelligence Committee Backs Conclusion That Moscow Attempted to Boost Trump

A Republican-led Senate committee backed U.S. intelligence agencies’ finding that Moscow attempted to boost Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, breaking with a GOP-led House panel that examined the same material.

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Giuliani: Mueller's team told Trump's lawyers they can't indict a president

Special counsel Robert Mueller's team has informed President Donald Trump's attorneys that they have concluded that they cannot indict a sitting president, according to the President's lawyer.

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'Diplotainment at its pinnacle': Critics fear Trump's style eclipses substance on North Korea

Threats by Pyongyang this week to scuttle a nuclear summit underscore the risks involved in Trump’s approach.

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Lawyers spar at hearing on Russian troll farm case

None of the defendants were expected to appear to face the charges, but one of the companies, Concord Management and Consulting, hired American attorneys who announced plans to fight the case.

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Donald Trump ponders North Korean threat to cancel Singapore summit with Kim Jong Un

President Donald Trump and aides pondered their response to new North Korean demands that could scuttle the planned summit next month between Trump and Kim Jong Un.

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'Come and take it,' Kent State grad says while posing with AR-10 rifle

Kaitlin Bennett disagreed with Kent State University's policy prohibiting "deadly weapons" on campus. So the day after she graduated over the weekend, she posed around campus with her gun strapped to her back.

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