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When North Korea slammed U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and national security adviser John Bolton, its language was very blunt and impolite. But it was milder than its typical crude and inflammatory insults unleased on other... Read More
Foreign policy analysts say China is the hidden hand behind the derailment of the United States' summit with North Korea, NBC News reported. Chinese President Xi Jinping has become increasingly anxious about the potential... Read More
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Lupe Valdez owes $12,000-plus in overdue property taxes on seven properties, a previously unreported shortfall that could prove embarrassing as she tries to unseat Republican Greg Abbott... Read More
Intelligence officials share highly classified information about the Russia investigation with a select group of lawmakers, White House staffers and one of President Donald Trump's attorneys after allegations of FBI "spying." NBC's Susan McGinnis reports.
The Senate gave swift approval Thursday to a bill that revamps the system for handling sexual harassment complaints on Capitol Hill. The bill eliminates mandatory waiting periods for handling claims and requires lawmakers to repay... Read More
After inflating a bubble of expectation for a historic summit with North Korea, President Donald Trump popped it. His withdrawal from a hastily arranged summit with Kim Jong Un drew strong criticism and some praise in... Read More
President Donald Trump repeated a claim Thursday that former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper admitted the FBI had spied on his presidential campaign. But that mischaracterizes what Clapper said on "The View"... Read More
Former Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez sat down with NBC 5's Julie Fine a day after securing the Democratic nomination for Texas governor.
Moments after the White House sent a letter to North Korea canceling a planned U.S.-North Korea summit in Singapore, President Donald Trump said the United States military was ready to respond to "foolish or reckless acts" from North Korea, claiming that South Korea and Japan will pay for the cost.
Citing "tremendous anger and open hostility," President Donald Trump cancelled a planned Singapore summit between the United States and North Korea. Trump also referred to the United States' nuclear arsenal in the letter, made public on the same day North Korea destroyed a nuclear testing facility in view of foreign journalists.