Shira Tarlo

Susan Collins is 'open' to calling witnesses in Trump's impeachment trial

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, on Monday appeared to break with some of her GOP colleagues when she stated that she is "open" to calling witnesses as part of the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.

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Lindsey Graham is suspicious that Rudy Giuliani's 'information' is just 'Russian propaganda'

Sen. Lindsey Graham suggested in a recent interview that the information which Rudy Giuliani has claimed to have gathered on Ukraine and former Vice President Joe Biden could be Russian propaganda.

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Donald Trump's personal attorney engaged in back-channel talks with Venezuela: report

President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani reportedly engaged in a shadow diplomatic effort aimed at ousting Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro from power amid heightened tensions between the U.S. and the South American country.

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Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu vows US recognition of Israeli settlements

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated a campaign pledge Thursday to annex all Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank and Jourdan Valley if he is re-elected in March, noting that the Trump administration supports the move.

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Germans think Trump is bigger threat to world peace than dictators as he becomes a global laughing stock

Germans believe that President Donald Trump is a bigger threat to global peace than several world leaders accused of regularly violating the human rights of those within their own borders, according to the results of a new poll.

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Michael Bloomberg has spent $120 million on ads since jumping into 2020 race last month: report

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has reportedly spent about $120 million on digital and television advertising since jumping into race for the Democratic presidential nomination late last month.

In the three weeks since he entered the content, Bloomberg has spent more than $120 million on television and digital advertising, according to Politico. The candidate has focused on Super Tuesday states like California and Texas instead of the early nominating states of Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina. He has also reportedly poured cash into Florida, which votes one week after Super Tuesday and has 219 delegates up for grabs.

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Judge throws out new charges against Paul Manafort

A judge in New York on Wednesday dismissed charges against Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, dealing a blow to purported efforts by the Manhattan district attorney to ensure that Manafort faces prison time should his former boss pardon him for his federal crimes.

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Inside the bizarre crafting of Trump's 'ridiculous' letter to Pelosi — which left White House lawyers in the dark

White House lawyers were reportedly left out of the drafting of President Donald Trump's scorching, six-page letter delivered Tuesday to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.

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Rudy Giuliani suggests Trump blessed his fact-finding mission in Ukraine

Rudy Giuliani suggested Tuesday that President Donald Trump is "very supportive" of his continued efforts to procure information he hopes will undermine allegations that the commander-in-chief abused the powers of his office by pressuring a foreign government to interfere in the 2020 election.

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Obama: A world ruled by women would improve 'just about everything'

Former President Barack Obama surmised Monday that a world ruled by women would produce a more harmonious society.

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