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Russian President Vladimir Putin has described allegations that his country meddled in the 2016 US election as "fictional, illusory, provocations and lies."

THE BIG STORIES: A Russian cloud hangs over Trump's White House. Republicans are picking up the pieces after their failed health care effort. And Democrats are ready for a war over Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. We're covering the latest below.

The thousands of Russians who took to the streets over the weekend may not have vented their fury directly at Vladimir Putin, but the President certainly took note of the message.

A series of anti-corruption protests swept through Russia on Sunday, leading to the arrest of hundreds of demonstrators, including top Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny.

The President's order to end Clean Power Plan threatens the job growth, environmental benefits Obama set in motion, and will hurt people Trump says he wants to help.

Trump's outlook: Bad to worse
Thu, 30 Mar 2017 16:48:19 GMT
As the White House scans Washington for a bounce-back win after the Obamacare imbroglio, the political forecast is promising only heavy weather.

Senate Russia hearing could offer clues
Thu, 30 Mar 2017 16:53:35 GMT
The Senate intelligence committee has run a steady and low-key investigation into Russia's interference in the US elections and communications with the campaign of President Donald Trump, but Thursday marks the panel's first public hearing, which could offer some insights into where senators are thinking in private.

McCain threatens US shutdown over defense
Thu, 30 Mar 2017 16:51:07 GMT
Sen. John McCain said Wednesday he will do whatever it takes to make sure that military spending is increased in the next spending bill even if that means shutting down the government.

Judge halts Trump's latest travel ban
Thu, 30 Mar 2017 15:06:05 GMT
A federal judge in Hawaii has granted the state's request for a longer term halt of the revised travel ban executive order. US District Court Judge Derrick Watson blocked the revised executive order two weeks ago -- but it was only a temporary halt through a restraining order. The plaintiffs asked for it to be converted into a longer term preliminary injunction, and he agreed Wednesday night.

Trump ally: Ivanka's new gig not nepotism
Thu, 30 Mar 2017 15:38:19 GMT
A former spokesman for President Donald Trump's campaign said Thursday that Ivanka Trump's decision to join the White House staff is not nepotism because the President's daughter will work for free.

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