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Roy Moore Weighs AL Senate Re-Run Despite GOP Opposition

Roy Moore Weighs AL Senate Re-Run Despite GOP Opposition

May 17
Conservative lightning rod Roy Moore of Alabama, narrow loser of a turbulent special election for Senate in 2017, is considering a fresh run next year.

Trump more Cautious than his Top Advisers on Iran

Trump more Cautious than his Top Advisers on Iran

By Deb Riechmann and Matthew Lee | May 17
President Donald Trump says he hopes the U.S. is not on a path to war with Iran amid fears that his two most hawkish advisers could be angling for such a conflict with the Islamic Republic.

Trump: 2020 Rival Buttigieg's Same-Sex Marriage Is 'Great'

Trump: 2020 Rival Buttigieg's Same-Sex Marriage Is 'Great'

May 17
President Donald Trump says he thinks "some people" may have an issue with 2020 Democratic rival Pete Buttigieg's (BOO'-tuh-juhjehz) same-sex marriage, but he thinks "it's great."

Trump, de Blasio: Both Look in Mirror and See a President

Trump, de Blasio: Both Look in Mirror and See a President

By Jonathan Lemire | May 17
He's deeply unpopular among fellow New Yorkers, often savaged by the city's tabloids and fights with the media that cover him. He also believes he can be elected president in 2020. That's Donald Trump. And that's Bill de Blasio.

NYC Mayor de Blasio is Seeking Democratic Nod for President

NYC Mayor de Blasio is Seeking Democratic Nod for President

By Karen Matthews | May 16
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday that he will seek the Democratic nomination for president, adding his name to an already long list of candidates itching for a chance to take on Donald Trump.

Warren Turns Down a Televised Town Hall on Fox News

Warren Turns Down a Televised Town Hall on Fox News

By Elana Schor | May 16
Democrat Elizabeth Warren is saying no to a televised town hall on Fox News, slamming the network as "a hate-for-profit racket that gives a megaphone to racists and conspiracists."

Want A Bridge? Trump Blurs Line Between Governing, Campaign

Want A Bridge? Trump Blurs Line Between Governing, Campaign

By Jill Colvin | May 15
As Trump heads into a turbulent re-election campaign, historians and observers are wondering just how far the president might be willing to go in using the levers of presidential power

New Congressional Caucus to Address Needs of Female Veterans

New Congressional Caucus to Address Needs of Female Veterans

By Laurie Kellman | May 15
Congresswomen with military service in their past, some of them forged on post-Sept. 11 wars, are hoping to create their own caucus.

Harris Wants Ban on Importing Ar-15-Style Assault Weapons

Harris Wants Ban on Importing Ar-15-Style Assault Weapons

May 15
Kamala Harris wants to ban the importation of AR-15-style assault weapons by executive action if elected president.

Bernie Sanders Zeros in on Joe Biden as his Favorite Foil

Bernie Sanders Zeros in on Joe Biden as his Favorite Foil

By Juana Summers | May 15
In his nearly three weeks as a presidential candidate , Biden has become Sanders' favorite foil.

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