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Trump's tweets won't be getting any longer — yet.

Trump made clear his decision to review and revoke security clearances has everything to do with the Russia investigation

On Wednesday, the White House cited a litany of reasons President Donald Trump decided to revoke the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan. In a Wall Street Journal interview published later that night, Trump said it was about the Russia investigation.
Omarosa Manigault claims in her new book that she was offered $15,000-a-month to sign an NDA after she was fired from the White House.

Omarosa claims in new book she refused $15,000 a month hush-money offer from Trump campaign after leaving White House

Omarosa Manigault was fired from her job at the White House in December. In a new book, she claims she was offered $15,000 a month to keep quiet about what she witnessed during her time in the West Wing, according to excerpts viewed by the Washington Post.
Omarosa Manigault in the White House briefing room.

Omarosa book claims there are tapes of Trump using N-word on ‘Apprentice’ set

Omarosa Manigault, the former "Apprentice" contestant who briefly served as a White House adviser, is said to have levied explosive accusations against President Donald Trump of liberally using racial slurs — and says there's tape to back it up.

‘If we do not keep the majority, all of this goes away’: Leaked audio reveals Devin Nunes is worried about the Republican Party’s ch...

"If we do not keep the majority, all of this goes away," Nunes urged in the audio captured from a fundraiser in Spokane, Washington, last week. Nunes was there in support of the No. 4 House Republican Cathy McMorris Rogers. During the event, Nunes pitched himself and the GOP as Trump's last defense.

The US has been asking North Korea to scrap its nuclear weapons — but Pyongyang keeps saying no

North Korea is reportedly refusing to turn over its nuclear weapons, despite repeated requests from US officials, including Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer (left) and investigative journalist Carl Bernstein (right).

Legendary investigative journalist Carl Bernstein: ‘The Trump presidency is worse than Watergate’

The legendary investigative journalist Carl Bernstein rebuked President Donald Trump and his Republican loyalists in Congress this week. Bernstein called Trump a demonstrable authoritarian and said his behavior amid the Russia investigation is "worse than Watergate."
A child migrant released from Customs and Border Protection in June in McAllen, Texas.

A judge has ordered the Trump administration to stop giving detained migrant children mind-altering drugs. Here’s what they do.

A federal judge found US government officials in violation of child welfare laws for putting detained migrant children on mind-altering drugs without a guardian's consent. The drugs are used to treat mood disorders, but can cause symptoms of those disorders as well, such as anxiety.
A 3-D printed gun on display in 2013

3-D printed guns allow the public access to real, working weapons that are virtually untraceable — here’s how they work

Concerns over the rise of 3-D printed guns have hit a climax as eight states announced on Monday that they were suing the Trump administration for allowing the public to download blueprints for such products. The move would allow people access to real, working guns that people could make themselves.

In a rare rebuke of the NRA, Trump says controversial 3-D printed guns ‘don’t make much sense’

In a rare break with the gun industry, President Donald Trump publicly pushed back on the proliferation of 3-D printed guns, writing "I am looking into 3-D Plastic Guns being sold to the public. Already spoke to NRA, doesn’t seem to make much sense!" in a Tuesday morning tweet.

Trump’s war against the news media is rooted in some of his deepest fears

President Donald Trump's frequent, and often one-sided, battles against the news media are apparently rooted in his need for respect and admiration, according to a Washington Post report published Friday that details why Trump bristles at the way reporters approach him with questions.