Capitol Hill Buzz: Rubio joke-investigates Ivanka hug
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sometimes all you can do is surrender to Twitter. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio probably started out his day Tuesday thinking about paid family leave, child care tax credits and other ...
Clamping down, Trump team puts the 'brief' in press briefing
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's White House is putting the "brief" in press briefings.
The Latest: Corker says US should consider NK travel ban
12:40 p.m. Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee says the U.S. government should consider banning Americans from visiting North Korea.
House Dems question Flynn disclosures of Middle East travel
WASHINGTON (AP) — Two top House Democrats are questioning whether Michael Flynn failed to report a 2015 trip to the Middle East to federal security clearance investigators, a potential omission that could add to the legal jeopardy President Donald Trump's former national security adviser faces over
National Football League roundup
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National Hockey League roundup
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Drone attacks strike major Saudi Aramco facility, oilfield
An explosion and fire struck a major Saudi Aramco oil processing facility Saturday in the kingdom's east, as officials did not offer a cause for the blast.
Olympic great Hackett arrested after 'breakdown'
SWIMMING-AUSTRALIA-HACKETT:Olympic great Hackett arrested after 'breakdown'
Olympics-Confusion over 2020 golf venue dates back to bid - report
OLYMPICS-TOKYO/GOLF (REFILE):Olympics-Confusion over 2020 golf venue dates back to bid - report
UPDATE 1-Baseball-MLB players and owners reach contract agreement
BASEBALL-MLB-AGREEMENT/ (UPDATE 1):UPDATE 1-Baseball-MLB players and owners reach contract agreement
Day-night Ashes test under discussion
CRICKET-ASHES-NIGHT:Day-night Ashes test under discussion
UPDATE 2-Cricket-Day-night Ashes test under discussion
CRICKET-ASHES/NIGHT (UPDATE 2):UPDATE 2-Cricket-Day-night Ashes test under discussion
How China uses Linkedin to recruit spies abroad
The use of social media by Chinese for what US officials call nefarious purposes has drawn scrutiny recently.
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