The U.S. president's attorney allegedly arranged a deal a month before the elections to buy the woman's silence on a sexual encounter that reportedly took place in 2006
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Republican lawmaker implores the president to engage in 'self-reflection' following the results, coming a year after Trump's election and before congressional elections
Virginia sees tight gubenatorial race between army veteran Democrat and Republican who shifted populist; In New Jersey governorship expected to be won by Democrat
The resentment and distrust of Trump among many American Jews is poisoning their attitude towards Israel as well
Kremlin says move shows United States is imposing press censorship; bureau is investigating whether Sputnik is violating 1938 act introduced to counter Nazi propaganda
3,000 ads and 470 'inauthentic' accounts and pages spread polarizing views on topics including immigration, race and gay rights, says the company
New revelations demolish White House denials of his campaigns collusion with Russia and could ultimately destroy the Trump presidency
Russian Opposition Leader Explains the Ties That Bind Putin, Russian Election Interference and Donald Trump Jr.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny claims that 'the crown prosecutor of Russia' in the Donald Trump Jr. emails is actually prosecutor general Yuri Chaika, whom he terms 'a thief and a criminal'
Analysis The Year of Tweeting Dangerously: From Hillary's Jewish Star to the CNN Wrestling Smack-down
Trumps supply of alt-right-sourced red meat to his base wont end as long as Dan Scavino, the presidents White House social media guru, is around
Former NY mayor and presidential adviser insists U.S. leader will assuage doubts about his commitment to NATO during visit to Eastern Europe