TRUMP SAYS HE'S NOT FIRING INTERIOR SECRETARY ZINKE, FOR NOW

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump says he's not firing Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, for now.The Cabinet secretary faces a number of ethics probes, including one involving dealings between a foundation that Zinke created...

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