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The Justice Department has launched an internal inquiry into the decision to ease sentencing recommendations for Roger Stone

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@Breakingviews  podcast: New York Times reporter Jim Tankersley explodes myths about a politically potent group — the American middle class. He breaks down his new book with @Three_Guineas 

Military leaders only recommend combat as last resort: U.S. Army chief

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In more states than ever this year, mail-in ballots will be sent automatically to each registered voter. See a state-by-state breakdown of policies for voting by mail:

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Jerry Falwell Jr told @Reuters  that his endorsement of Trump had nothing to do with Michael Cohen’s role in suppressing the racy photographs, contradicting Cohen's account in his new book. Read the full story:

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Wisconsin's highest court rejected Green Party presidential candidate Howie Hawkins' bid to join the presidential ballot, a move that would have invalidated tens of thousands of ballots already mailed to voters

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House Democrats to file stopgap spending package to fund federal government through Dec. 11, an aide says

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BREAKING: U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Corker says Trump should 'immediately' revise refugee executive order

JUST IN: U.S. Special Counsel Mueller says ex-Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort has attempted to tamper with potential witness - court filing

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UPDATE: Deutsche Bank says it will abide by court order compelling it to provide Trump's financial records to lawmakers

JUST IN: Twitter tells U.S. Congress it has found 2,752 accounts linked to Russian operatives, up from 201 tally it reported in September

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JUST IN: Twenty state attorneys general call for independent special counsel to probe possible Russia interference in election: NY attorney

JUST IN: White House will not support temporary funding deal that keeps government open for four or five days - aide

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