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"[Republicans] say that they're gonna negotiate in good faith, they get Democrats to give them concessions and then they come out and they vote against it," Zac Petkanas, senior advisor at Invest in America Action, told Newsweek.
The president would be wise to follow the Gipper's lead.
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The president reportedly approved a $2 million payment for imprisoned student Otto Warmbier's medical costs before he was returned to the U.S., where he later died.
The drafted framework is tentative but appears to be the closest the parties have come to reaching an agreement to end a 17-year war that has killed tens of thousands.
President Donald Trump ripped Mick Mulvaney in front of Democratic leaders over his new chief of staff's handling of shutdown negotiations, according to a new report.
Raja Krishnamoorthi said Justin Trudeau's remarks about Donald Trump are not helpful to the long-term relationship between the U.S. and Canada.
A new Pew Research Center study reveals gender and partisan gaps on whether women still face significant obstacles compared to men.
A hard Brexit has passed on! It is no more! It has ceased to be. It's expired and gone to meet its maker!
The notion the UK would be allowed to cherry-pick from the EU's rules was always pie in the sky.
It doesn't appear that Trump wants to keep his appointee at State in the loop.
If Spain grabs the Rock, Ceuta and Melilla will demand freedom from Spanish rule.
Many politicians interpreted Britain's vote to leave as a vote against mass immigration.
The British referendum has not turned out to be the final word. In both the U.K. and the EU, leaders are now pausing to consider their options.
Experts are concerned that negotiations over Greek debt are ignoring the country's strategic importance.
Greeks took to the streets as finance minister Yanis Varoufakis attended a meeting of his euro zone peers in Brussels.
The Greek government began negotiations with the head of the eurozone finance ministers in Athens.
The left-wing coalition has softened its anti-euro rhetoric, angering the party's radical wing.