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Trump-Bannon Feud Lays Bare New Fissure in Fractious GOP

Trump-Bannon Feud Lays Bare New Fissure in Fractious GOP

By Zeke Miller and Steve Peoples | Jan 5
The acrimony surrounding former White House adviser Steve Bannon's very public break with President Donald Trump escalated Thursday, suggesting a permanent split between the president and the pugilistic strategist who helped put him in the Oval Office.

Trans Activist Who Went Viral for Calling Out Caitlyn Jenner Runs for Calif. Office

Trans Activist Who Went Viral for Calling Out Caitlyn Jenner Runs for Calif. Office

Jan 4
A transgender activist who went viral last year for calling out Caitlyn Jenner to her face announced she's running for a seat in the California State Assembly.

New Year, New Start? Not in President Trump's Washington

New Year, New Start? Not in President Trump's Washington

By Julie Pace | Jan 4
For Donald Trump, that energy-sapping 2017 cocktail of blistering presidential tweets, salacious White House infighting and jaw-dropping feuds with foreign adversaries has given way to, well, more of the same.

Trump Blasts Steve Bannon After New Book

Trump Blasts Steve Bannon After New Book

By Jill Colvin | Jan 3
President Donald Trump is blasting his former chief strategist ahead of the release of a new, unflattering book.

Opportunity in Utah: Mitt Romney Eyes Political Resurgence

Opportunity in Utah: Mitt Romney Eyes Political Resurgence

By Steve Peoples and Michelle L. Price | Jan 3
He has already made a fortune in business, managed an Olympics, served as governor and secured a presidential nomination. Now, Mitt Romney, at 70 years old, is considering a new career in Congress.

Watch: Michele Bachmann Says It's Up to God if She Runs for Al Franken's Senate Seat

Watch: Michele Bachmann Says It's Up to God if She Runs for Al Franken's Senate Seat

Jan 3
Former congresswoman Michele Bachmann appeared on televangelist Jim Bakker's TV show Dec. 27 and said she's mulling over a run for Al Franken's Senate seat in Minnesota but that the decision is up to God.

2 Democrats to be Sworn in as Senators, Narrow GOP Majority

2 Democrats to be Sworn in as Senators, Narrow GOP Majority

By Kevin Freking and Kimberly Chandler | Jan 3
Two new Democrats will be sworn in to the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, narrowing the Republican majority and complicating efforts by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to advance the White House's legislative agenda before the midterm elections in November.

Ever Hopeful and Loyal in Trump Country

Ever Hopeful and Loyal in Trump Country

Jan 2
Steven and Chesla Whitt are Democrats who voted for Donald Trump. The restaurant owners helped turn rural Elliott County, Kentucky, red - and still have faith that the president will do them proud.

Iowa Kid Who Defended Lesbian Mothers Now Running For Office

Iowa Kid Who Defended Lesbian Mothers Now Running For Office

By Ryan Lynch | Dec 31
An Iowa man who spoke as a teeanager to protect his mothers right to marriage is now running for a position the state's senate.

Transgender Nurse Eyes CA Governorship

Transgender Nurse Eyes CA Governorship

By Matthew S. Bajko | Dec 30
Buoyed by the historic wins last month of transgender candidates across the country, Veronika Fimbres is aiming to become the first transgender governor of California.

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