President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu host a joint news conference in Israel.
John Davidson
Stacia Schmidt
Diana Haddy
This was just the getaway the weary president and his wearier staff ordered up.
This was just the getaway the weary president and his wearier staff ordered up

What scandal? So far on his foreign tour, Trump has escaped ‘that Russia thing.’

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Jimmy Jamil Hasbani
Carol Richardson
Betty Bates-Watkins
Trump said his travels in the region have given him “new reasons for hope.”
Trump said his travels in the region have given him “new reasons for hope”

In Israel, Trump urges new Middle East ‘harmony’ but faces old suspicions

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Vice President Mike Pence is speaking at the University of Notre Dame's commencement in South Bend, Indiana.

Some graduating seniors say they are planning to protest Pence's presence by standing up and quietly walking out of the ceremony. School officials say they won’t try to stop them.
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President Donald Trump delivers a speech on "the crisis of Islamist extremism" from Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam.

Trump's speech does not appear to include the phrase "radical Islamic terrorism." Trump loudly criticized former President Barack Obama for refusing to describe the terror threat in those terms.
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Jessica Capsel
Jane Raps
The investigation is getting pretty close to the president of the United States himself.
The investigation is getting pretty close to the president of the United States himself

Analysis | The Russia investigation just got a whole lot more real for President Trump

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Doris Brochu-Taber
A current White House adviser close to President Trump is a significant person of interest in the law enforcement investigation into possible coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign.
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Ron Kornfeld
The senior White House adviser under scrutiny by investigators is someone close to the president, according to these people, who would not further identify the official.
The senior White House adviser under scrutiny by investigators is someone close

Russia probe reaches current White House official, people familiar with the case say

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Joseph Lopez
Catherine Schmidt French
Mueller has resources and a mandate lawmakers know they cannot match, and is the only one who can bring criminal charges.
Mueller has resources and a mandate lawmakers know they cannot match and

Appointment of Mueller could complicate other probes into alleged Russian meddling

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Rachael Bercey
Geo Jor
Sen. Elizabeth Warren delivers commencement address at Wheelock College.
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Chris Burdett
Lillian Slate Dingman
Trump's goals might be in jeopardy after a tumultuous two weeks in Washington found the White House navigating its way through nearly nonstop breaking news.
Trumps goals might be in jeopardy after a tumultuous two weeks in

Amid turmoil in the U.S., can Trump’s first international trip turn things around?

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Marie Gorham
Sandy McColley
House members have just met with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein behind closed doors to discuss the firing of FBI Director James Comey and Rosenstein’s decision to appoint special counsel to investigate Russia-Trump team connections.
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Jennifer Trybom
John Davidson
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President Donald Trump holds a joint news conference with Colombian President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Juan Manuel Santos at the White House.
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Mara Cutler Scott
Linda Wilkoff
In his wake remain his exhausted aides and deputies, the frequent targets of Trump’s wrath as they struggle to control an uncontrollable chief executive and labor to explain away his stumbles.
In his wake remain his exhausted aides and deputies the frequent targets

The worst job in Washington right now: Working for Trump

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Cynthia Britt
Stan Stewart
Nancy Langwiser
Senators are arriving at a closed-door meeting with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein one day after the Department of Justice appointed a special counsel to investigate possible connections between Russia and the election of President Trump.
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Michelle Stubbs
George Toth
Vice President Mike Pence and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speak at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C.
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Mojdeh Mirsadeghi
Renee Tribble
We're talking to Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD) about the Justice Department's decision to appoint a special counsel to investigate Russia's role in President Trump's election. Hoyer is a member of Democratic leadership and has served in the House since 1981. He's calling for an independent commission to investigate Russia-Trump ties.
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Cheryl Brown Drabek
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan holds a press conference the day after a special prosecutor was appointed to investigate possible coordination between President Trump’s associates and Russian officials.
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Shirley White
Betty Bates-Watkins