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Trump rails on Fed, notes other countries have negative rates: 'Give me some of that money'

Trump complained that foreign countries have negative interest rates. "Give me some of that money. I want some of that money," he said.

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Mark Sanford drops GOP primary challenge to Trump

Mark Sanford, a Republican former South Carolina governor and congressman, is suspending his 2020 Republican presidential campaign.

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Giuliani builds his new defense strategy as impeachment hearings loom

Rudy Giuliani has a cold. On the phone from Chicago, through sniffles and with a gravelly voice, President Donald Trump's personal lawyer spends 20 minutes on a Monday afternoon venting about the impeachment inquiry.

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Trump’s “hardened criminals” smear of DACA recipients, debunked

DACA explicitly prohibits criminals from eligibility. Trump smeared DACA recipients as such anyway.

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US college suspends fraternities as student dies

San Diego State University suspends 14 fraternities after 19-year-old Dylan Hernandez's death.

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A bright meteor streaks through the Midwest sky

Most sightings were reported in St. Louis,Missouri. But people in Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Nevada, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Wisconsin have also claimed sightings.

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The U.S. Detained a Record 69,550 Migrant Children This Year

The U.S. is detaining more children than ever before—and for longer.

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Trump allies received hundreds of thousands of dollars under federal health contract

  1. Trump+allies+received+hundreds+of+thousands+of+dollars+under+federal+health+contract  POLITICO
  2. Top health official defends federal contract payments to Trump allies | TheHill  The Hill
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Arctic blast: Snow and record-breaking cold temperatures across the U.S. today - live updates

More than 300 records could be shattered — from the central plains to New England and as far south as Florida

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White House infighting flares amid impeachment inquiry

A dispute erupts between Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney and White House Counsel Pat Cipollone over how to counter House Democrats’ impeachment push.

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