TheHill - Most Popular 3 April 2018

Trump touts Rasmussen poll results: 'Higher than Cheatin’ Obama’

President Trump on Tuesday touted his job-approval rating in a conservative-leaning poll, saying it is now higher than former President Obama's was during the same period of his presidency."Thank you to Rasmussen f...

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Clouds form over Iran deal as Trump deadline nears

Dark clouds are forming over the Iran nuclear deal as the calendar marches toward a May 12 deadline set by President Trump to improve the accord or see the United States effectively withdraw from it.When Trump exte...

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Roseanne is bringing conservative American women out of the closet

"Roseanne," the ABC sitcom, brought in 25 million viewers and counting to the shock of elites who believed that the biggest new draw on TV was Jimmy Kimmel and comedy tilting politically left. But there are an estim...

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CNN fires back at Trump attack tweet with fact-check

CNN on Tuesday fired back at President Trump after he went on the attack against the network in an early morning tweet."Once again, false. The personal political beliefs of CNN's employees are of no interest to us,...

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Police video shows white NC officer punching, choking black man stopped for jaywalking

A former Asheville, N.C., police officer punched and choked an unarmed black man accused of jaywalking before using a stun gun on him, videos released Monday by the Asheville Police Department reveal.In the nine vi...

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The Memo: Teens rankle the right with gun activism

The anger directed at David Hogg shows no signs of ebbing.

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Pruitt raised pay of two aides after White House declined to approve application: report

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt reportedly increased the pay of two close aides even after the White House declined to approve an application for raises.Pruitt wanted raises for two...

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First sentence in Mueller probe expected to be handed down: report

A federal court on Tuesday is reportedly expected to hand down its first sentence in special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russian election interference.Dutch national Alex Van Der Zwaan - who pleaded guilty...

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DOJ authorized Mueller to investigate allegations Manafort colluded with Russia

The Department of Justice gave special counsel Robert Mueller the authority to look into allegations of collusion between President Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, and the Russian government, ...

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Iowa law seen as breakthrough for ObamaCare foes

A new law in Iowa could provide the path forward for Republican-led states.

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