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  • RNN Staff

(RNN) - The White House press secretary dismissed questions on connections between President Donald Trump and the charges facing former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort, as well as a campaign adviser who admitted reaching out to Russian officials. 

  • By Philip Rucker and Ashley Parker | The Washington Post

WASHINGTON - The White House has been thrust into chaos after days of ever-worsening revelations about a meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a lawyer characterized as representing the Russian government, as the president fumes against his enemies and senior aides circle each other with suspicion, according to top White House officials and outside advisers.

  • By Nathan Blake nblake@clintonherald.com

CLINTON —A five-week practical money skills course is set to begin later this month.

  • By Chris Mooney | The Washington Post

Last week, when Trump named Oklahoma attorney general Scott Pruitt to head his Environmental Protection Agency, critics instantly seized on Pruitt's views about climate change. He had co-authored an article for the National Review incorrectly stating that the "debate is far from settled. Scientists continue to disagree about the degree and extent of global warming and its connection to the actions of mankind." (Actually, scientists have concluded that it is "extremely likely" that global warming is mostly driven by humans.)