Trump suggests Senate Intel Committee should investigate U.S. news media

In a tweet Thursday, President Trump urged the Senate Intelligence Committee to investigate “fake news� in the U.S. rather than possible Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

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Trump says war with North Korea 'could happen' but not 'inevitable'

President Trump said Thursday that he would prefer not going to war with North Korea over that country’s escalating nuclear and missile programs, but he warned that “certainly that could happen.�

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Trump says war with North Korea 'could happen' but not 'inevitable'

Dem who actually won a special election: We don’t need more career politicians

Oklahoma state senator Michael Brooks, a rare Democrat who’s won a special election, has a message for his party: voters reward a focus on local issues.

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Clinton calls Trump’s budget ‘a blow to women and children’

Hillary Clinton took aim on Friday at President Trump’s proposed cuts to U.S. foreign aid and diplomacy. According to Reuters’ tabulation, Trump’s proposed budget contains a 28 percent cut for U.S. diplomacy and foreign aid next year. Clinton made her position clear.

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Trump hasn’t ruled out raising the national debt to cut taxes

WASHINGTON — President Trump may be considering a tax-cut plan that could rankle Republican congressional leadership. While both House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have pushed for deficit-neutral tax cuts, a senior White House official told Yahoo News the president could consider a plan that might add to the national debt. The official cautioned that Trump hasn’t settled on a strategy for tax cuts and said …