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Documents reveal clash over spending inside Trump inaugural

The former adviser to first lady Melania Trump, who has come under fire for the cost of President Donald Trump's inauguration, was among the event planners who raised concerns about excessive spending in the weeks before the events, according to documents obtained by CNN.

Lawmakers skeptical anything on gun control could pass Congress

Skepticism abounds that any measure significantly changing the nation's laws related to gun control will gain enough Republican support in the Senate to pass, coming a week after President Donald Trump's tours of Dayton and El Paso. But Trump's aides and congressional officials have begun early stage talks on some possible responses.

NRA's usual fans seeing differently

The pressure is on the National Rifle Association from typically friendly corners -- President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress -- after last week's deadly mass shootings in Ohio and Texas.

E. Jean Carroll: A week in the media's glare

E. Jean Carroll says she didn't expect the intensity of the media spotlight, even after her sexual assault allegation against now-President Donald Trump was published on the cover of New York magazine.

Hope Hicks says she told 'white lies' only about small matters

Former White House communications director Hope Hicks told lawmakers Wednesday that she had "never been asked to lie about matters of substance or consequence," contending that "white lies" she had told on behalf of President Donald Trump were about small matters, such as his availability.

Trump Jr. says 'nothing to change' in previous testimony

Donald Trump Jr. told the Senate Intelligence Committee Wednesday that he did not tell his father about the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting and that he didn't pay close attention to the Trump Tower Moscow project because it was one of many potential deals that had been in the works, according to a source close to Trump Jr.