Michael Flynn stepped down as national security adviser following reports he communicated with Russia about U.S. sanctions in December and then misled the vice president-elect about that discussion.
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The tweeter-in-chief has brought a new level of notoriety to the social media company, but it hasn't helped Twitter's bottom line. Analysts say Trump-related harassment continues to hurt the platform.
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President Trump's National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has resigned amid allegations he inappropriately talked about U.S. sanctions in December with a Russian official.
President Trump has signaled that he might write a new immigration executive order to replace the one struck down by a federal court last week. Rachel Martin talks to Congressman Bill Flores of Texas, who supported Trump's original order but took issue with its rollout.
Gina Haspel is well respected within the CIA because of her experience which includes running a black site, overseeing waterboarding and writing the order to destroy tapes of interrogations.
Michael Flynn has resigned as White House national security adviser after controversy over phone calls he had in December with Russia's ambassador to the United States.
In the last election, it became easier to see the political divide between urban and rural areas. Now, people from California are moving to northerm Idaho to find people similar to them.
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The White House says it is "evaluating the situation' regarding national security adviser Flynn, who may have misled the vice president-elect about his conversation with the Russian ambassador.
Mnuchin will be key to President Trump's tax-overhaul policy. His former ties to Wall Street have Democrats accusing the president of breaking a promise to hold big banks accountable for abuses.
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The White House is "evaluating the situation" when it comes to national security adviser Michael Flynn, says spokesman Sean Spicer. Trump, however, declined to endorse Flynn when asked by reporters.
This comes after days of speculation about Flynn's status, given that he may have lied or misled the soon-to-be vice president about the nature of his conversation with the Russian ambassador.
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Refugee advocates have hailed the ruling, but say the future of the resettlement program is uncertain because the court didn't address Trump's order to slash the number of refugees allowed in.
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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents continued to carry out raids on Monday. Immigrant advocates say this represents a clear departure from the previous administration, but ICE officials have said these are routine enforcement actions.
Congress is poised to rescind an Obama administration rule making it easier for states to set up retirement plans for workers who aren't offered a plan by their employer. California and four other states have plans about to go into effect. Other states and cities have been considering them.
President Trump met Monday with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. They were expected to discuss trade, immigration and their very different attitudes toward refugees.
The Wall Street Journal's top news executive, Gerard Baker, called an all-staff meeting on Monday to address newsroom concerns. Chief among them: whether the newspaper has been slow to scrutinize Trump adequately. Baker is said to be an admirer of Trump, and the paper's controlling owner, Rupert Murdoch, has become increasingly close to him.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Ann Cun, an immigration lawyer, about why U.S. citizens are often not the first considered for some tech jobs, what skills foreign workers need to bring, the typical job an H-1B visa holder usually gets.
President Trump was elected to upend Washington, but in the first few weeks, there have been stumbles and missteps. During the campaign, Trump shook up his staff more than once, and some allies are advising him to do the same now.
The president and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke of shared values at a news conference on Monday, but there are big differences in their approaches to immigration.
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Rachel Martin talks to Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to the president, about expectations that the White House will soon issue a new executive order about immigration.