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Week after bombshell, George Papadopoulos largely remains a mystery man

George Papadopoulos posted a cryptic update on his Facebook page shortly before 11 p.m. on Oct. 29. “Big day tomorrow,” wrote the 30-year-old DePaul grad who’d served as a foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign. Just 12 hours later, the bombshell dropped. Special Counsel Robert Mueller announced...

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  • Donald Trump, Ben Carson

    Donald Trump, Ben Carson

    President Donald Trump and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson, right, meet people impacted by Hurricane Harvey during a visit to the NRG Center in Houston, Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017.

  • Linda McMahon Helping Small Businesses in Texas Flooding

    Small business administrator Linda McMahon is currently in Texas as part of the federal government’s massive relief efforts to help those suffering from the flooding of Hurricane Harvey. McMahon, a Greenwich Republican who oversees the U.S. Small Business Administration, traveled to Texas on Tuesday...

  • Trump's Cabinet struggles with whether to defend their boss

    Some seek their distance, delicately taking issue with President Donald Trump's most controversial remarks. Others decide it's safer to stand by him. Most would rather say nothing at all. Under intense pressure, members of Trump's Cabinet are struggling to walk the line between rebuking their notoriously...

  • HUD says Carson did nothing wrong by appearing with Trump

    Legal experts said Wednesday that Housing Secretary Ben Carson likely did not violate federal law when he appeared with President Donald Trump at a campaign rally. After the appearance Tuesday night, questions were raised on Twitter about whether Carson had violated the federal law known as the...

  • Ben Carson downplays Trump controversy on Charlottesville

    Ben Carson downplays Trump controversy on Charlottesville

    HUD Secretary Ben Carson blamed the media Monday for “trying to stir up controversy” over the president’s remarks regarding the Charlottesville violence, saying we should not “get caught up in these little squabbles.” In an appearance in Louisiana, Carson downplayed the issue, saying: “We’re spending...

  • Donald Trump, Tom Price

    Donald Trump, Tom Price

    From left, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross pause in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Thursday, May 4,...

  • Donald Trump, Tom Price

    Donald Trump, Tom Price

    From left, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross pause in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Thursday, May 4,...

  • Donald Trump, Tom Price

    Donald Trump, Tom Price

    From left, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross pause in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Thursday, May 4,...

  • Donald Trump, Tom Price

    Donald Trump, Tom Price

    From left, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross pause in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Thursday, May 4,...

  • HUD Secretary Ben Carson in East Chicago

    HUD Secretary Ben Carson in East Chicago

    HUD Secretary Ben Carson met with local officials and residents uprooted by East Chicago's lead crisis at the former Carrie Gosch Elementary School on Aug. 7, 2017. (Meredith Colias / Post-Tribune)

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O'Malley presses for stronger gun laws, Confederate flag removal

O'Malley presses for stronger gun laws, Confederate flag removal

Promising to "rebuild the heart of America's cities," former Gov. Martin O'Malley used an appearance at a meeting of the nation's mayors on Sunday to call for a federal ban on assault weapons and stricter regulations on gun purchases. O'Malley, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for president,...

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