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White House-Acosta feud is talk of town

The White House’s decision to revoke CNN correspondent Jim Acosta’s press credentials and its controversial defense for the action was the talk of the Washington, D.C., media on Thursday, though the discussion was muted on his own network…. Source: The Hill

Trump moves to restrict asylum claims at border

The Trump administration said Thursday it is moving ahead with a plan to clamp down on asylum claims, a controversial move designed to escalate President Trump’s broader efforts to crack down on illegal immigration.  The Justice Department… Source: The Hill

5 things to know about new acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker

President Trump on Wednesday named Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general after Jeff Sessions turned in his resignation from the top Justice Department role, marking a new era of oversight for the DOJ and special counsel Robert Mueller’s… Source: The Hill

White House yanks press pass from CNN's Acosta

The White House on Wednesday pulled press credentials from CNN’s Jim Acosta after he engaged in a heated back-and-forth with President Trump.White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders cited Acosta’s refusal to give up the microphone to … Source: The Hill

White nationalist leader posts photos at White House

The leader of white supremacist group Identity Evropa visited the White House on Wednesday, claiming on Twitter that he stopped by in order to “pay [his] respects.”Patrick Casey, whose group participated in the deadly 2017 white… Source: The Hill

Trey Gowdy: Sessions was 'dead man walking for several months'

Retiring Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) said Wednesday that Jeff Sessions was a “dead man walking for several months” before he resigned earlier Wednesday from his post as attorney general.“[The resignation] was gonna happen. I knew it was gonna… Source: The Hill

Pence's brother wins Indiana House race

Greg Pence (R) on Tuesday won the Indiana congressional seat once occupied by his brother, Vice President Mike Pence.Greg Pence coasted to victory in the deep-red 6th District in Indiana against Democratic challenger Jeannine Lake.He … Source: The Hill