Trump: There Are No Recorded Conversations With James ComeyThe statement ended speculation about whether the president recorded conversations in the Oval Office.
City Argues It Complies With Federal Immigration Law In Response To Homeland SecurityThat's the assertion in a letter the city is sending to the Justice Department in response to an April demand by Homeland Security. 
Senate Unveils Secret Health Care BillThe closely guarded Senate health care bill written entirely behind closed doors finally became public Thursday in a do-or-die moment for the Republican Party's winding efforts to repeal Obamacare.
Prosecution Divides Seth Williams Case Into 5 Different SchemesFederal prosecutors say Williams accepted more than $34,000 in bribes in exchange for legal favors.
Pennsylvania Names First Recipients Of Medical Marijuana PermitsTwelve permits have been issued
Sean Spicer Might Be Leaving White House PodiumThe White House is mulling a new role for White House press secretary Sean Spicer that would take him away from the podium and into a different role inside the West Wing, a White House official said Monday.
Group Wants To Ban Smartphones For Kids Under 13A group in Colorado is trying to ban the sale of smartphones for children under the age of 13.
Former North Korea Detainee Otto Warmbier DiesOtto Warmbier, the college student who returned to the US last week after 17 months of detention in North Korea, died Monday afternoon.
Major Cuts To Medicaid Could Hurt Special Ed Services In SchoolsWith all of the sweeping health care changes under consideration by Senate Republicans, now meeting behind closed doors, critics say it would put school children who receive special ed services in harm's way.
Former Mayor John Street Has Portrait Unveiled In City Hall"It's a very special time for me," Street said.
A Ballgame Of Unity, Spirit, Friendly Rivalry, Won By DemsRepublicans and Democrats joined in a spirited, friendly rivalry Thursday at their annual Congressional Baseball game.
Vice President Mike Pence Hires Own Lawyer In Russia ProbeVice President Mike Pence has hired his own lawyer to represent him in the special counsel's Russia investigation.

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