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Former President Bill Clinton honored the late "Queen of Soul," Aretha Franklin, during her funeral service in Detroit on Friday.
President Donald Trump met with FIFA President Gianni Infantino and U.S. Soccer President Carlos Cordeiro at the White House on Tuesday to commemorate North America winning its bid for the 2026 World Cup.
President Donald Trump commemorated the heroic actions of an Air Force airman who lost his life fighting Al Qaeda terrorists on a snowy Afghan mountain in hopes of rescuing a fellow American airman.
A jet carrying rapper Post Malone landed safely at a New York airport after two of its tires blew out upon takeoff.
"Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace said some people in Washington, D.C. are concerned that President Trump may revoke Special Counsel Robert Mueller's security clearance.
The White House revoked former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance on Wednesday and for national security reasons said it will review the clearances of other former officials.
Attorney Michael Avenatti, who represents porn star Stormy Daniels, slammed former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Twitter, asking if he knows of further "hush payments" by the Republican's client, President Donald Trump.
Former Morris County, N.J. prosecutor Bob Bianchi said Thursday that two key employees of the Trump Organization likely "know where the bodies are buried" when it comes to any potential criminal activity.
A Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing got heated when its top Democrat engaged in a stern line of questioning toward Secretary of State Michael Pompeo in regard to the Trump-Putin summit last week.
Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse blasted President Donald Trump after he tweeted that "tariffs are the greatest" and floated a multi-billion-dollar aid package to farmers affected by retaliatory tariffs from China and elsewhere.
Former Deputy State Department Spokesperson Adam Ereli said Monday that revoking the security clearances of multiple top Obama-era officials would "ring alarm bells" in Washington.