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Far-right politicians from across Europe, drawing breath from Brexit and Donald Trump's victory, gathered in Koblenz, Germany, to map strategy for upcoming elections in their countries.

Dolores Huerta was one of the co-founders of the group that became the United Farm Workers. She's continuing her activism of more than 60 years and her life is the focus of a new documentary, Dolores.

New York Times reporter Scott Shane talks about his recent article: "From Headline to Photograph, a Fake News Masterpiece," and his interview with a fake news content creator from Maryland.

Paula White, one of the spiritual leaders who spoke at President Donald Trump's inauguration talks about the intersection of religion and politics.

Hundreds of thousands of women came to the Capitol for the Women's March on Washington. On Sunday, many were heading home with a big question on their mind: Now what?

Fox News reported the Trump Administration says it will work with Congress to find a long-term solution for immigrants with temporary legal status under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

Part of a press secretary's job is to keep the president's initial reactions out of the public, but that could change with President Trump. Former press secretary Ari Fleischer shares his insights.

President Donald Trump has praised the preaching of Norman Vincent Peale, who wrote, "a confident and optimistic thought pattern can modify or overcome the fact altogether."

On his first full day in office, President Donald Trump attended a prayer service, and met with CIA agents in Langley, Va.

Donald Trump was president for less than a day when he signed an executive order guiding agencies to limit the way that the Affordable Care Act works. But does the executive order do?

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