Trump, governors working to 'immediately' deploy Guardsmen to border
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Trump, governors working to 'immediately' deploy Guardsmen to border

The Trump administration says it is working with governors to "immediately" deploy the National Guard to combat illegal immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Wednesday that DHS and the Pentagon will be working closely with governors in the affected states.

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Tillerson out at State, to be replaced by CIA chief Pompeo
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Tillerson out at State, to be replaced by CIA chief Pompeo

President Donald Trump fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday and said he would nominate CIA Director Mike Pompeo to replace him, putting an ardent foe of the Iran nuclear deal in charge of U.S. diplomacy as Trump also dives into high-stakes talks with North Korea.

Tillerson's firing the latest messy breakup for Trump
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Tillerson's firing the latest messy breakup for Trump

The man who famously coined the reality TV mantra "You're fired!" has notched quite a record of awkward and messy breakups in his 14 months as president.

Trump's CIA pick is a career spymaster, oversaw secret prison
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Trump's CIA pick is a career spymaster, oversaw secret prison

Gina Haspel's colleagues describe her as a seasoned veteran who would lead the CIA with integrity. Human rights advocates see her as someone who supervised torture at a secret prison.

Trump calls for arming many teachers, more guards at schools
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Trump calls for arming many teachers, more guards at schools

President Donald Trump told conservatives that even Second Amendment supporters can get behind steps to fight gun violence, offering a red-meat call for arming teachers Friday while avoiding mention of other elements of his approach opposed by the National Rifle Association.

13 Russians charged in Mueller investigation
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13 Russians charged in Mueller investigation

Thirteen Russians and three Russian companies were charged Friday with an elaborate plot to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election through social media propaganda aimed at helping Republican Donald Trump and harming the prospects of his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, prosecutors announced Friday.