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McAdoo didn't return to the game after suffering the injury, but Warriors PR noted he did not suffer a concussion.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer faces questions about a New York Times story that reported two White House officials gave Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) intelligence reports that showed President Trump and his associates' conversations were incidentally collected by intelligence agencies.
A court in South Korea approved an arrest warrant for former President Park Geun-hye, the ousted president of the country, in the early hours of Friday.
President Donald Trump on Thursday shook up his senior West Wing staff, days after his administration faced its first major legislative setback in failing to pass a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Joining the ranks of iconic works of art such as the Mona Lisa and The Creation of Adam is a new masterpiece simply known as Brie-Oncé.
President Donald Trump appeared to target conservative House members within his own party in a tweet Thursday morning that told his supporters "We must fight" the House Freedom Caucus as well as Democrats next year.
Speaking to Larry King in 2006, Donald Trump said he "likes nepotism," adding, "if you can't take care of your kids..."
Despite President Donald Trump's lack of evidence for his claim that millions of votes were cast illegally in last year's election, some of his supporters are standing by the conspiracy theory.
Clint Watts, Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, says President Trump used active Russian measures against his opponents during the 2016 election.
The Senate intelligence committee opened its first public hearing on Russian meddling in the US election Thursday with calls for nonpartisanship, citing ongoing foreign interference that threatens "the heart of our democracy."
As the White House scans Washington for a bounce-back win after the Obamacare imbroglio, the political forecast is promising only heavy weather.
Sally Yates, a not widely-known deputy to Loretta Lynch at the Department of Justice, has suddenly become Washington's version of a "person of interest."