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Stephen Colbert, just back from a trip to Moscow, apologizes to Trump over Russia's election hacking


Stephen Colbert was in Russia last week, he revealed on Monday's Late Show. His audience may not have been aware of his travels, but "you know who did know I was in Russia?

Brazil's chief prosecutor charges President Michel Temer with corruption


Late Monday, Brazil's chief prosecutor, Rodrigo Janot, filed charges accusing embattled President Michel Temer of corruption for allegedly taking a $152,000 bribe, with the promise of $11 million more, from meatpacking magnate Joesley Batista.

Only 2 countries trust America more under Trump than Obama, new global survey shows


On Monday, the Pew Research Center released a survey on how 37 countries view the United States under President Trump, and overall, the numbers are pretty eye-opening.

Seth Meyers thinks the Senate GOP health-care bill is 'almost comically villainous'


The Senate Republicans' health-care plan is "almost comically villainous," Seth Meyers said Monday night, with its tax cuts for the wealthy paid for by gutting Medicaid.

Pentagon, State Department appear surprised by Trump's new red line on Syria and chemical weapons


The White House appeared to draw a new red line on Syria Monday night, with Press Secretary Sean Spicer warning that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had been caught making "potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack" that "would likely result in the mass murder of civilians, including innocent children," and if he "conducts another mass murder attack using chemical weapons, he and his military will pay a heavy price." The rest of the government, including the military, appears to have been caught off guard by the announcement.

California will list ingredient found in weed-killer Roundup as cancerous


On July 7, the state of California will add glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup weed killer, to the list of chemicals known to cause cancer, but the maker of the product, Monsanto, is vowing to fight it out in court.

GOP former Rep. David Jolly explains why he now appreciates ObamaCare


David Jolly won a special House election in Florida in 2014 as a staunch critic of the Affordable Care Act, but then lost his seat to Rep.

Couple has their dream wedding at a fancy Las Vegas Taco Bell


The bride carried a bouquet made of hot sauce packets, while the groom smelled of chalupas, as is expected when a couple marries inside a Taco Bell.

3 CNN investigative journalists resign over retracted Russia-Trump story


Following the retraction of a story on a Wall Street financier and President Trump ally allegedly meeting with a Russian investment fund, three investigative journalists at CNN are leaving the network.

White House: Syrian government making preparations for chemical weapons attack


The Office of the White House Press Secretary released a blunt statement Monday night about Syria, claiming the United States has "identified potential preparations for another chemical attack by the [Bashar al-] Assad regime that would likely result in the mass murder of civilians, including innocent children." The White House says it saw activities "similar to preparations the regime made before its April 4, 2017, chemical weapons attack." The United States is in Syria to "eliminate the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria," the statement continued.

Serena Williams hits back at John McEnroe over ranking comments


Tennis superstar Serena Williams is not to be messed with, on or off the court. Over the weekend, John McEnroe, while promoting his new memoir, But Seriously, told NPR he believes Williams is the best female player ever.

Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page had 'extensive discussions' with the FBI


Carter Page, a foreign policy adviser to Donald Trump during the presidential campaign, was questioned by FBI agents five times in March regarding his contacts with Russians and communications with the Trump campaign, several people with knowledge of the investigation told The Washington Post.

Sen. Susan Collins says she'll vote to block Republican health-care bill


Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) tweeted Monday evening that she will vote no on a motion to proceed the Senate health-care bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act.

Senate GOP, Republican National Committee have different messages when it comes to CBO estimate


The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office released on Monday its preliminary analysis of the Senate Republicans' health-care proposal, which estimates that by 2026, 22 million more people would be uninsured under the Better Care Reconciliation Act.

22 million would lose insurance under the Senate health bill. That’s the entire population of these 17 states combined.


On Monday, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office released its appraisal of Senate Republicans' health-care bill, dubbed the Better Care Reconciliation Act.

22 million more would be uninsired under the Senate health bill than ObamaCare. That’s the entire population of these 17 states combined.


On Monday, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office released its appraisal of Senate Republicans' health-care bill, dubbed the Better Care Reconciliation Act.

Trump has promised not to cut Medicaid funding. The Senate's bill would slash funding by $772 billion over the next decade.


The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated Monday that the Senate Republican's health-care bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act, would slash Medicaid spending by $772 billion over the next 10 years.

Trump has promised not to cut Medicaid funding. The Senate's bill would slash funding by $772 billion over the next decade.


The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated Monday that Senate Republicans' health-care bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act, would slash Medicaid spending by $772 billion over the next 10 years.

CBO estimates Senate health-care bill would leave 22 million more uninsured by 2026


The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office on Monday released its cost estimate of Senate Republicans' health-care bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act.

CBO estimates Senate health-care bill would leave 22 million more uninsured by 2026


The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office on Monday released its cost estimate of Senate Republicans' health-care bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act.


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