Haley said she is "incredibly proud of the women who have come forward" in light of a "cultural shift" in America
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In its 41 years, the Office of Science and Technology Policy has never gone this long without a leader or official mandate
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The FBI prepared a secret 20-page analysis of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. a month before he was assassinated
"If Alabama elects liberal Democrat Doug Jones, all of our progress will be stopped cold," Trump tells voters in a robocall
Trump tweeted that the tax bill was "shaping up even better than projected"
Acting Assistant Secretary of State David Satterfield appealed to Middle East leaders to calm tensions in the region following the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital
State officeholders who said they intended to vote for Moore often cited the need to keep the seat in Republican hands
"I think it's a different situation if the allegations are not known, or if they occur while the person is sitting in the Senate," explained Collins on Sunday
"It was just a painful moment when we made a decision," said Durbin of Sen. Al Franken stepping down
When asked what she thinks of the "cultural shift going on in America right now," Haley said she is "incredibly proud of the women who have come forward"
Ahead of Tuesday's election, the president is throwing his support behind the candidate accused of pursuing teenage girls in his 30s
Wisconsin would become the first state to drug test able-bodied adults applying for food stamps
Arizona's governor has 72 hours from the time Franks left Congress to schedule a special election
Manafort's attorneys say he was exercising his free speech rights to defend himself
Two African-American Democrats in Congress canceled their appearance over his attendance
The interaction took place after Franks later said his wife had been hospitalized
Obama pointed to Hitler's rise to power in Germany as he implored the audience to "pay attention ... and vote"
"It is because of Anita Hill that we can say, 'This happened to me,'" actress Alyssa Milano said when introducting her
"Get out and vote for Roy Moore," Mr. Trump said Friday night in Florida, miles from Alabama
The president is holding a rally miles from Alabama, where the special election with Roy Moore and Doug Jones will take place Tuesday
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President Trump's lawyer had compared him to a "coffee boy"
Rep. Trent Franks is resigning immediately, claiming his wife is in the hospital, but his immediate resignation came moments before more of the story broke
The White House says she will continue to play a role in Middle East peace
President dismisses report that troubled bank will escape penalties because of leadership change at consumer watchdog
Allred held a news conference on behalf of Beverly Young Nelson, regarding the signature Nelson showed as Roy Moore's in her yearbook
Congressional investigators are looking into the email exchange, which referenced material that had already been made public
Big names will be pouring into Alabama in the final days before the election: Sen. Cory Booker is set to campaign Saturday, Steve Bannon on Monday