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White House employee violated federal law with tweet, U.S. agency says

President Donald Trump's social media director violated federal law earlier this year when he advocated for the election defeat of a Republican congressman, a U.S. investigative agency has concluded.

Demonstrators protest President Trump at March for Truth rally in Los Angeles

Protesters across the United States called for an independent probe into President Donald Trump's alleged ties with Russia during several March for Truth rallies on June 3.

Trump nominates veteran Richard Spencer as Navy secretary

President Donald Trump nominated venture capitalist Richard Spencer to be secretary of the Navy to replace his prior pick, who withdrew his name from consideration.

Biden’s PAC fuels new talk about possible ’20 bid

Although he's already stated he won't run for president in 2020, former Vice President Joe Biden again became the subject of speculation Thursday when he launched a new political action committee.

Mike Dubke, White House communications director, resigns

Mike Dubke, White House communications director, announced his resignation Tuesday.