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Today โ€” July 17th 2018Your RSS feeds

Rand Paul sides with Trump on Russia, says critics 'motivated' by dislike of president

By Lukas Mikelionis

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul on Monday expressed his approval of President Donald Trump’s handling of Russia, joining a tiny minority of dovish Republicans embracing the president’s approach after a controversial press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Rand Paul sides with Trump on Russia, says critics 'motivated' by dislike of president

By Lukas Mikelionis

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul on Monday expressed his approval of President Donald Trump’s handling of Russia, joining a tiny minority of dovish Republicans embracing the president’s approach after a controversial press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Michael Cohen trolls Trump over Russia summit

President Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen tweeted his support for US intelligence agencies and berated Russia on Monday in a clear rebuke of his old boss’s Helsinki press performance.

Michael Cohen trolls Trump over Russia summit

President Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen tweeted his support for US intelligence agencies and berated Russia on Monday in a clear rebuke of his old boss’s Helsinki press performance.

Putin denies having dirt on Trump, calls meddling charge 'utterly ridiculous' in Fox News interview

By Alex Pappas

Russian President Vladimir Putin, in an occasionally combative interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace, called it “utterly ridiculous” that some people think the Russians could have swayed millions of American voters in the 2016 election, while insisting his country did not have dirt on President Trump or his family.

Putin denies having dirt on Trump, calls meddling charge 'utterly ridiculous' in Fox News interview

By Alex Pappas

Russian President Vladimir Putin, in an occasionally combative interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace, called it “utterly ridiculous” that some people think the Russians could have swayed millions of American voters in the 2016 election, while insisting his country did not have dirt on President Trump or his family.

Putin, in Fox News interview, denies having dirt on Trump, calls meddling charge 'utterly ridiculous'

By Alex Pappas

Russian President Vladimir Putin, in an occasionally combative interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace, called it “utterly ridiculous” that some people think the Russians could have swayed millions of American voters in the 2016 election, while insisting his country did not have dirt on President Trump or his family.

Putin, in Fox News interview, denies having dirt on Trump, calls meddling charge 'utterly ridiculous'

By Alex Pappas

Russian President Vladimir Putin, in an occasionally combative interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace, called it “utterly ridiculous” that some people think the Russians could have swayed millions of American voters in the 2016 election, while insisting his country did not have dirt on President Trump or his family.

Yesterday โ€” July 16th 2018Your RSS feeds

Russian woman linked to gun-rights groups is charged with acting as Russian agent in US

By Frank Miles

A Russian woman accused of conspiring to infiltrate American political organizations — including the National Rifle Association — at the direction of an unnamed senior Kremlin official has been arrested, federal authorities announced Monday.

Russian woman linked to gun-rights groups is charged with acting as Russian agent in US

By Frank Miles

A Russian woman accused of conspiring to infiltrate American political organizations — including the National Rifle Association — at the direction of an unnamed senior Kremlin official has been arrested, federal authorities announced Monday.

Trump trolled with 'traitor' tweet by Dictionary.com after Putin summit

By James Rogers

President Donald Trump was trolled by Dictionary.com Monday with the tweeted definition of “traitor” after his extraordinary joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.

Don't Fear the Reefer? Legal-pot push shifts to red states

By Andrew O'Reilly

Since Colorado and Washington became the first states to fully legalize marijuana for recreational purposes in 2012, a green wave has swept across the country as more states OK marijuana use on at least some level.

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