State Department: Nauert out as pick for UN ambassador

The State Department says Heather Nauert, nominated by President Donald Trump to be the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, has withdrawn her name from consideration.

Shanahan says he hasn’t determined amount for border wall

The acting secretary of defense said Saturday he has not yet determined how much money he will redirect to President Donald Trump's border wall project.

Shanahan says he hasn’t determined amount for border wall

The acting secretary of defense said Saturday he has not yet determined how much money he will redirect to President Donald Trump's border wall project.

Stone has to stay mum near the courthouse under gag order from judge

Attorneys and potential witnesses were warned not to make any public statements that might prejudice jurors in the case of longtime Trump confidant.

Stone has to stay mum near the courthouse under gag order from judge

Attorneys and potential witnesses were warned not to make any public statements that might prejudice jurors in the case of longtime Trump confidant.

Banning cashless stores: A little legal research may have saved Philly’s City Council a lot of trouble

In 1984, Pennsylvania enacted the "Cash Consumer Protection Act," which made it illegal for businesses to discriminate against consumers who did not have credit cards.

Banning cashless stores: A little legal research may have saved Philly’s City Council a lot of trouble

In 1984, Pennsylvania enacted the "Cash Consumer Protection Act," which made it illegal for businesses to discriminate against consumers who did not have credit cards.
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Trump claims Japan’s PM nominated him for Nobel Peace Prize

President Donald Trump claims the leader of Japan nominated him for a Nobel Peace Prize for his work to open up a dialogue with North Korea.

Court filing: Manafort faces more than 19 years in prison

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort could spend more than 19 years in prison on tax and bank fraud charges.

Philadelphia Republicans call a ‘do-over’ in mayoral endorsement

Michael Meehan, chairman of the local party, called for the “do-over” meeting in a Friday afternoon email, following a Clout column in The Inquirer and Daily News, citing a Goggins rival complaining that she collects disability and does not hold a job.

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To challenge Mayor Kenney, Philly GOP picked this Trump-loving single black mother — and I’m OK with that | Jenice Armstrong

To me, Daphne Jenkins Goggins is like that relative at the Thanksgiving dinner table who spouts outrageous and contrary political views but nonetheless is tolerated because she’s family.

Ex-FBI official recounts discussion about 25th Amendment

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe says he never participated in "extended discussions" about using the Constitution to remove President Donald Trump from office.

Oversight chair: Trump lawyers gave false info on hush money

The chairman of the House Oversight Committee says ethics officials believe President Donald Trump's lawyers provided false information about payments to buy the silence of porn actress Stormy Daniels.

N.J. attorney general subpoenas Trump’s inaugural committee

State authorities in New Jersey have subpoenaed a host of financial records from the committee that organized President Donald Trump's inauguration.

Ann Coulter responds to Trump: ‘The only national emergency is that our president is an idiot’

Coulter didn't take kindly to Trump when he declared her a former supporter who had gone "off the reservation."

Trump gets into testy exchange over his 'many stats' about immigration

“Let me tell you, you have stats that are far worse than the ones that I use. But I use many stats, but I also use Homeland Security.”

Trump declares emergency along southern border, but admits ‘I didn’t need to do this’

Trump's decision to declare a national emergency is a controversial move designed to secure billions of dollars Congress didn't authorize him to spend for a proposed wall.

Justices to decide if 2020 census can ask about citizenship

The Supreme Court will decide whether the 2020 census can include a question about citizenship that could affect the allocation of seats in the House of Representatives and the distribution of billions in federal money

National emergency: What is it, and why did Trump declare one over the border?

"The President is once again delivering on his promise to build the wall, protect the border, and secure our great country," White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said.

Amazon warns it may rethink plans to open a Philly store if the city bans cashless retailers

Proponents of the bill, which passed City Council and was sent to Mayor Jim Kenney, say cashless stores effectively discriminate against poor consumers who do not have access to credit or bank accounts.

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