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Trump argues he ‘never directed’ longtime fixer to break law

Trump tweeted Cohen "was a lawyer and he is supposed to know the law. It is called 'advice of counsel,' and a lawyer has great liability if a mistake is made."

Video: Texas boy jumps from burning apartment to officers

When shooting flames prevent police officers from accessing the building, an officer coaxes the boy into jumping out of a window.

Judge gives ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen 3 years in prison

Cohen was sentenced Wednesday to three in prison for an array of crimes that included arranging the payment of hush money to two women that he says was done at the direction of Trump.

Health law sign-ups lagging as Saturday deadline is looming

This is happening even though premiums are stable, consumers have more choice and millions of uninsured people can still get financial help.

Julian Castro moves toward 2020 White House run

The move Wednesday gives the 44-year-old former San Antonio mayor an early start to what's shaping up as a crowded Democratic field without a clear front-runner to challenge President Donald Trump.

Trump cites France attack as reason for US-Mexico wall

Trump tweeted Wednesday: "Another very bad terror attack in France. We are going to strengthen our borders even more. Chuck and Nancy must give us the votes to get additional Border Security!"

AP: Ivanka, Kushner could profit from tax break they pushed

WASHINGTON — At an Oval Office gathering earlier this year, President Donald Trump began touting his administration’s new real estate investment program, which offers...

Study finds female-led films outperform male ones

"This is powerful proof that audiences want to see everyone represented on screen."

Jury recommends life in prison for man who rammed crowd

James Alex Fields Jr., 21, stood stoically with his hands folded in front of him as a court clerk read the verdict, which now must be taken under advisement by the judge, who will issue the final sentence.

Schumer calls Trump wall threat ‘temper tantrum’

Pelosi said Trump does not have the votes in the House to secure the billions he wants to fulfill his promise to build a wall.

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