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The Hill (newspaper): Political newspaper and website based in Washington, D.C.
The Hill is an American website, based in Washington, D.C. which began as a newspaper publisher in 1994. It is owned by Capitol Hill Publishing, which is owned by News Communications, Inc.


Pompeo slaps new sanctions on Iran, imposes more visa restrictions

pompeo slaps new sanctions on iran, imposes more visa restrictions
Secretary of State Mike PompeoMichael (Mike) Richard PompeoPompeo: State Department won't be distracted by 'noise' and 'silliness' of impeachment The Hill's 12:30 Report — Presented by UANI —..
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Facebook reveals it can track users location even if they turn off location services

facebook reveals it can track users location even if they turn off location services
Facebook has admitted to tracking the location of its users even if the said users have opted-out of the tracking service. This revelation comes as Senators in the US posed questions about the social..
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Pete Buttigieg surges in latest CNN poll

In the latest poll of Democratic presidential candidates by CNN, Joe Biden retained the lead, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg rose 5 points to close in not far behind Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. The..
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The Hill is reviewing work of former contributor John Solomon

Bob Cusack, editor-in-chief at The Hill, joined CBSN to discuss how the publication is reviewing the work of former contributor John Solomon, whose stories fueled speculation about Ukraine and the..
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Michael Bloomberg apologizes for stop-and-frisk policy

Former New York City Mayor Michael, who is considering joining the 2020 race as a Democrat, apologized Sunday for his prior enforcement of the controversial policy known as "stop-and-frisk." Julia..
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How televised impeachment inquiry hearings could impact public opinion

The Hill reporter Julia Manchester joined CBSN to discuss the latest on the impeachment inquiry and 2020 Democratic candidates reacting to former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's potential..
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Mark Meadows out of running as chief of staff search continues

U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina is out of the running to be President Trump's next chief of staff. Niall Stanage, White House columnist for The Hill, joins CBSN to discuss the latest..
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Growing rift between the White House and Congress

The White House is refusing to cooperate with a number of requests from Congress, ranging from documents to testimony from former officials. Niall Stanage, a White House columnist for "The Hill," joins..
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Andrew Yang launches six-figure digital ad buy in early voting states

andrew yang launches six-figure digital ad buy in early voting states
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew YangAndrew YangJuan Williams: Heed Clinton's warning on Tulsi Gabbard The Memo: What the leading 2020 Dems need to do Michael Moore praises O'Rourke on gun..
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Republicans storm secure facility as impeachment inquiry witness testifies

House Republicans staged what Democrats are calling a political stunt Wednesday. Anne Gearan, a White House correspondent for the Washington Post, and Olivia Beavers, a congressional reporter for The..
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Rapid developments on impeachment and Syria

Testimony by the top U.S. envoy to Ukraine, Bill Taylor, appears to contradict the White House's claims that there was no quid pro quo on Ukraine. And President Trump announced he's lifting sanctions..
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Trump faces backlash over withdrawing troops from Syria

President Trump is facing backlash over withdrawing troops from Syria. Julia Manchester, reporter for The Hill, joined CBSN to discuss how Syria could impact Trump's campaign and more on the race to..
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Politics week in review: Former Vice President Joe Biden's son Hunter to step down from board of Chinese firm

Days after former Vice President Joe Biden called for the impeachment of Donald Trump, his son Hunter announced he will step down from the board of a Chinese-backed private equity firm. The Hill's..
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Politics week in review: How Trump's impeachment inquiry is shaping the 2020 race

2020 presidential hopefuls are adjusting their strategies in light of the formal impeachment inquiry against President Trump. It comes as campaign fundraising totals were announced for the third..
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Pompeo says he won't comply with House subpoenas

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he will not comply with subpoenas from three House committees for documents related to President Trump's conversations with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky...
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Democrats to work on impeachment inquiry during 2 week congressional recess

From the latest developments in the impeachment inquiry to a new attack ad from the Trump campaign, The Hill's Julia Manchester joins CBSN with Sunday's edition of Politics Week in Review.
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President Trump's week of contradictions

President Trump has sent mixed messages on several major issues this week, including gun control and a payroll tax cut. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang and The Hill's Julia Manchester..
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McConnell Tries To Sway Democrats Against Changing Senate Rules On Filibuster

mcconnell tries to sway democrats against changing senate rules on filibuster
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell published an op-ed in the New York Times on Thursday which defended the use of the legislative filibuster, the 60-vote threshold that many Democratic lawmakers..
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White House defends change to immigration detention rules

The Trump administration has announced changes to its immigration policy regarding the Flores settlement agreement. The new policy would allow the government to detain migrant families longer. Bob..
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How Trump is rallying supporters in New Hampshire

President Trump rallied supporters in Manchester, New Hampshire, last night. Julia Manchester, a political reporter for The Hill, joined CBSN to discuss how the president is trying to win the state in..
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Trump says there's support for background checks

President Trump says he believes Republicans in the Senate want to get something done on gun control, particularly on background checks. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he won't..
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Deputy Intelligence Chief Steps Down, Clearing Way For Trump Appointee To Top Post

deputy intelligence chief steps down, clearing way for trump appointee to top post
Deputy Director of National Intelligence Sue Gordon is resigning from her post amid turnover at the top of the agency, President Donald Trump announced Thursday, The Hill reported. Trump added in a..
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Trump Withdraws Ratcliffe As Choice For National Intelligence Director

trump withdraws ratcliffe as choice for national intelligence director
President Donald Trump said Friday he will not nominate Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) to be director of national intelligence (DNI), just days after announcing plans to tap the GOP congressman to..
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Rep. Will Hurd, only black Republican in the House, won't seek reelection

Rep. Will Hurd of Texas, the only black Republican in the House, said he will not run for reelection in 2020. Hurd is the sixth Republican in the last two weeks to say he won't try to return to the..
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[UPDATE] Booker Tells Biden 'You Can't Have It Both Ways' On Deportations During Debate

[update] booker tells biden 'you can't have it both ways' on deportations during debate
White House hopeful Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) said former Vice President Joe Biden “can’t have it both ways” when discussing former President Obama when he declined to discuss conversations the..
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Biden, Harris Clash Over Health Care In Opening Moments Of Democratic Debate

biden, harris clash over health care in opening moments of democratic debate
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) clashed on health care at the start of the Democratic presidential debate Wednesday, The Hill reported. Biden attacked Harris for her..
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[UPDATE] Warren, Sanders Battle Centrists On 'Medicare For All' During Testy Democratic Debate

[update] warren, sanders battle centrists on 'medicare for all' during testy democratic debate
Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) beat back against an onslaught of attacks from the moderate candidates at a testy debate on Tuesday night that exposed deep divisions between..
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Candidates Face Make-Or_Break Moment As Second Round Of Democratic Debates Begins

candidates face make-or_break moment as second round of democratic debates begins
The second Democratic primary debate is expected to force a handful of struggling candidates to reevaluate their 2020 presidential ambitions, unless they can grab a breakout moment, The Hill reports...
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GOP Senator Introduces Bill To Ban 'Addictive' Social Media Features

gop senator introduces bill to ban 'addictive' social media features
Republican Sen. Josh Howley of Missouri has become one of the main voices within the Senate criticizing technology companies in Congress this year and is planning to continue that trend on Tuesday by..
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Trump escalates attacks on Rep. Elijah Cummings

President Trump went after Baltimore Congressman Elijah Cummings again on Monday morning, tweeting that Democrats have a "long road to 2020" if they defend him. The attacks come as more House Democrats..
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Bijan Kian, Michael Flynn's Former Business Partner, Found Guilty Of Illegal Lobbying

bijan kian, michael flynn's former business partner, found guilty of illegal lobbying
Michael Flynn’s ex-business partner Bijan Kian was found guilty Tuesday of acting as an unregistered foreign agent and engaging in a conspiracy, various reports from The Washington Post, CNN and..
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Breaking down the feud between Trump and Omar

President Trump is defending the crowd at his North Carolina, one day after trying to distance himself from the "send her back" chant targeted at Rep. Ilhan Omar. Olivia Beavers from The Hill joined..
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Trump Says He Will Nominate Former Supreme Court Justice's Son For Labor Secretary

trump says he will nominate former supreme court justice's son for labor secretary
President Donald Trump announced Thursday evening he would nominate the son of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia for labor secretary, The Hill reports. "I am pleased to announce that it is..
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House Votes To Hold Cabinet Members Barr, Ross In Contempt For Defying Subpoenas

house votes to hold cabinet members barr, ross in contempt for defying subpoenas
The U.S. House of Representatives voted to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in criminal contempt on Wednesday, escalating a battle between the Trump administration..
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Congressman Set To File Articles Of Impeachment Against Trump

congressman set to file articles of impeachment against trump
Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) said he planned to introduce his articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump Tuesday night and will force a House floor vote on them in the coming days, The Hill..
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Trump, Biden trade barbs on China

President Trump hit back at former Vice President Joe Biden's criticism of his foreign policy, calling him weak. This comes as Biden continues to face pressure from California Sen. Kamala Harris for..
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Judge Rejects Justice Department Bid To Replace Entire Legal Team In Census Case

judge rejects justice department bid to replace entire legal team in census case
A federal judge in New York on Tuesday blocked the Department of Justice (DOJ) from changing its entire legal team handling a case on the census citizenship question in federal court in the state, The..
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Police Identify Teen Filmed Licking Ice Cream In Store

police identify teen filmed licking ice cream in store
Police said the person seen licking an ice cream container before putting it back in a Texas Walmart’s freezer was identified as a juvenile, and the case has been turned over to the juvenile justice..
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[UPDATE] Justice Department Says It's Seeking Way To Include Citizenship Question On Census

[update] justice department says it's seeking way to include citizenship question on census
A Department of Justice (DOJ) lawyer said Wednesday agency officials have been ordered to determine whether there is a way the administration can include a citizenship question on the 2020 census,..
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Trump vows more ICE raids, as report reveals "horrifying" conditions at migrant facilities

A disturbing report from the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General reveals "dangerous" levels of overcrowding at Texas migrant facilities. CBS News' Mireya Villarreal reports..
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Democrats Hail Exclusion Of Census Citizenship Question

democrats hail exclusion of  census citizenship question
Top Democrats on Capitol Hill are celebrating the Trump administration's announcement on Tuesday that it will forgo adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census, The Hill reports. Critics have..
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What we learned from the first night of the Democratic debate

Wednesday night in Miami, 10 Democratic presidential candidates fought for speaking time on the crowded debate stage. Washington Post reporter Sean Sullivan, Democratic strategist Antjuan Seawright and..
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Supreme Court blocks citizenship question, allows partisan gerrymandering

The Supreme Court issued two major rulings on voting rights. One involved temporarily blocking the Trump administration's efforts to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census and the other said..
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Trump says columnist who accused him of sexual assault is "not my type"

President Trump says a New York-based columnist that accused him of sexual assault is "not my type." In an interview with political newspaper, The Hill, the president said an encounter described..
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Biden says Trump is vilifying immigrants to score political points

Former Vice President Joe Biden is accusing President Trump of using a "morally bankrupt" immigration strategy to win re-election. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns and Julia Manchester, a..
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Trump still confident in "hawk" Bolton after calling off Iran strike

President Trump is calling John Bolton a "hawk" but says he still has confidence in his national security adviser despite calling off a planned strike on Iran. This comes as the president gears up for..
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DNC unveils matchup of candidates for first primary debate

The 20 Democratic candidates who qualified for the first primary debates were divided into two groups of ten. The debates will be held June 26 and 27. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang..
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Manchin Considers Leaving Senate For Gubernatorial Run

manchin considers leaving senate for gubernatorial run
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) is eyeing a possible exit from the Senate, and his decision could be a significant factor in which party controls the majority in 2021, The Hill reports. In moments of..
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Jury Convicts Second Benghazi Militant In 2012 Attack

jury convicts second benghazi militant in 2012 attack
A federal jury on Thursday found a second militant guilty in the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, The Hill reports. Mustafa al-Imam, 47, was found guilty on one count of..
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Federal watchdog says Kellyanne Conway violated Hatch Act

A government ethics office says top Trump aide Kellyanne Conway violated the Hatch Act, which bars officials from engaging in political activity on the job, and should be removed from her position. CBS..
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