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Trump Offers to Support DACA Protections for Border-Wall Funding
President Trump said Saturday he supported temporary protections from deportation for some undocumented immigrants in the U.S. in exchange for $5.7 billion to build the southern border wall.
Special Counsel Disputes BuzzFeed Report Alleging Trump Directed Cohen to Lie to Congress
The special counsel’s office issued a rare statement disputing a BuzzFeed report that said President Trump directed his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, to lie to Congress about the president’s involvement in a real-estate deal with Russia during the 2016 campaign.
Justice Department's Reversal on Online Gambling Tracked Memo From Adelson Lobbyists
The legal reasoning behind the Justice Department’s unusual reversal of an opinion that paved the way for online gambling hewed closely to lobbyists’ arguments for casino magnate and top Republican donor Sheldon Adelson.
Gillibrand Makes Trip to Iowa to Court Caucus Votes
New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand made her first visit to Iowa on Friday since announcing her campaign, joining a growing field of Democrats vying for 2020 nomination.
Women's Marches Aim to Rev Momentum Ahead of 2020
A third annual wave of women’s marches was kicking off in hundreds of cities Saturday, with organizers saying this year’s goal is to build momentum for the 2020 elections. Marches were planned in cities across the U.S., including New York, Boston, Washington, D.C., Houston, Los Angeles and Denver.
Trump, Kim to Hold Second Nuclear Summit in February
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet for a second time in February, the White House announced Friday following a series of meetings between U.S. and North Korean officials in Washington.
DNC Says Russia Tried to Hack Its Computers After Midterms
The Democratic National Committee said it was targeted by an unsuccessful cyberattack eight days after the 2018 midterm elections—and believes one of the Russian hacking groups that broke into its network during the 2016 presidential campaign was behind the attempted intrusion.
Trump Administration Sets Final Rules for New Business Tax Deduction
The Trump administration set final rules for a new deduction that will provide significant savings for many business owners, providing more clarity for real-estate owners and service-industry businesses.
Democratic Picks for Agencies Held Up by Shutdown
The furloughing of federal workers is straining the White House’s ability to do the paperwork necessary to nominate three people for positions at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The Man Behind Billionaires' Row Battles to Sell the World's Tallest Condo
Extell’s Gary Barnett remade Manhattan’s skyline and spurred a supertall-tower boom with One57. In a faltering real-estate market, he’s hoping to sell the ultra-rich on Central Park Tower.
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