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Addressing a deeply divided nation, Trump calls for unity in his first State of the Union, challenging Congress to fix a fractured immigration system and warning of evil forces seeking to undermine America's way of life.
An AP Fact Check finds that Trump inflated the impact of his tax cuts, declared an end to a "war" on energy that did not exist and displayed a faulty grasp of immigration policy.
Massachusetts Rep. Joe Kennedy III says his Democratic colleagues support a higher minimum wage, paid leave for employees and affordable child care.
Trump is overheard telling a Republican lawmaker he is "100 percent" in favor of releasing a classified memo on the Russia investigation that has pitted the GOP against the FBI and the Justice Department.
Trump signs a new executive order to keep open the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, marking a formal reversal of Barack Obama's eight-year effort to shut it down.
It's the first time in 35 years a blue moon has synced up with a super moon and a total lunar eclipse.
Larry Nassar faces another prison sentence for molesting gymnasts, this time at an elite Michigan club run by an Olympic coach.
Judges in a growing number of U.S. states and local courts are now guided by computer algorithms that help them decide whether a criminal defendant can return to everyday life.
Stormy Daniels, however, ducked most of Jimmy Kimmel's questions about the alleged affair by either remaining silent or cracking jokes.
The Chiefs agree to trade quarterback Alex Smith to the Redskins, spelling the end of Kirk Cousins' time with Washington and making him a top free-agent target.