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The Associated Press reports the White House knew more than a year ago that Russia offered bounties to Taliban-linked forces to kill coalition troops in Afghanistan.

Reports say Russia offered bounties for the killings of US troops in Afghanistan. Trump says he knew nothing

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In a tweet, President Trump demanded that the Justice Department investigate whether the FBI infiltrated or surveilled his campaign for “political purposes,” and if the Obama…

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Congress is supposed to enforce ethical standards on its own members, but ethics committee proceedings are highly secretive, and watchdog groups claim that not much really goes on.

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