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The huge influx of migrants will place a strain on agencies that will need money, he says.
"You hear some of them: 'Sue him! Impeach him!' Really? For what, doing my job?"
The magazine's piece on the former New York City mayor draws criticism from Colorado Republicans.
His move to the White House budget office is a part of a broader game of musical chairs.
The RNC says a request to refurbish the lanes shows a lack of focus on the right priorities.
Operatives don't waste any time in telling him to stop talking about rape again.
"Between Two Ferns" joins a host of other politically-tied showsnominated for Emmys.
He says the alleged spying is "a huge irritant."
The Justice Department will not wade into the unprecedented feud between the CIA and the Hill.
The problems facing the president on his trip to Texas were very much White House-made.
It was designed to boost hunting and fishing protections.
"When is he going to take responsibility for something?" the Ohio Republican says.
"Five men can decide if a woman can use a diaphragm," the House minority leader says.
Unlike many of his colleagues, he advocates for bipartisan compromise on immigration.
"I was fired because of my quote-unquote management skills," she tells an audience.
The country grows impatient at the American response to being caught spying on a close ally.
The network says it regrets mistaking a photo of Palestinians for Israelis.
The famous actor will play the former CBS journalist in a new film called "Truth."
At least six political series receive nominations for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards.
He says she is "clearly cautioning people not to say things on email."