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Jessica Corbett, staff writer
a camera at the White House
President Donald Trump's new communications director says he's "personally" in favor of on-camera White House briefings, but ultimately the decision will be up to the president. On CNN 's "State of the Union" Sunday, Wall Street financier-turned-White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci told host Jake Tapper: If you're asking me for...
Jon Queally, staff writer
"It isn't in poor taste, and it isn't political opportunism—it's the goddamn...
Jeremy Scahill, The Intercept
Even as President Donald Trump faces ever-intensifying investigations into the...

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In a dramatic testament to community outrage and solidarity against police abuses, a raucous multi-racial crowd of protesters shut down a press conference by Minneapolis mayor Betsy Hodges even as she was announcing the forced resignation of the city's police chief over those same abuses. Citing the need for institutional change, the crowd - led by Philando Castille friend John Thompson - called for the mayor to resign, chanted "Bye Bye Betsy," and declared, "This is our house."