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Trump's cellphone diplomacy raises concerns about national security

Fresh off President Trump's first official trip overseas, his administration is looking for ways to respond more aggressively to allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and revelations of possible ties between Trump's campaign and Moscow.



Trump's cellphone use worries security experts

Another joked that the White House made "one hell of a covfefe " hiring Spicer , while another speculated that Trump's cabinet "is butting heads together right now to decide what covfefe means". Daily White House briefings have been dominated by questions about Russian Federation, and Trump's advisers feared the controversy could seep into Trump's foreign trip if he held a news conference.



House GOP spending plan clears budget panel

The comments Tuesday by Sens. It controls a total of 52 seats out of 100 seats in the Senate. It got approved early this month by a narrow 217 to 213 vote after a series of amendments to appease both conservative and moderate Republicans.



President Trump to announce decision on climate change Thursday

It's a stunning decision by the United States, the most powerful nation on the planet that's now embracing isolationism under Trump. While President Trump now favors an exit, he has been known to change his thinking on major decisions and tends to seek counsel from a range of inside and outside advisers, many with differing agendas, until the last minute.


Oklahoma kindergartner competes in Scripps National Spelling Bee

Oklahoma kindergartner competes in Scripps National Spelling Bee

Among those who exited in the oral rounds was Ava Cloonan, of Oswego, who spelled the word "metadata" as "metidata". About 12 spellers will advance to the finals. Thursday night, the finalists will spell live on ESPN beginning at 8 p.m. EST. This is the first time Rajeev has made it to the Scripps National Spelling Bee but was the national championship victor at the Association of Christian Schools International spelling bee a year ago.


McCain disturbed by reports of Kushner-Russia backchannel

McCain disturbed by reports of Kushner-Russia backchannel

Now Trump's son-in-law and top adviser, Jared Kushner , is facing scrutiny. He wanted to use Russian secure diplomatic facilities for conversations. Additionally, Republican Sen. John McCain told an Australian news station that he was not pleased to hear reports regarding Kushner . "That is not a back channel", he argued.