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The White House said Trump wouldn't campaign for a Senate candidate accused of teen sexual abuse. He did. [Read More]
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At a Florida rally Friday, Trump erased any plausible deniability he may have had about the Alabama Senate race. Trump is all in on Roy... [Read More]
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They play a necessary secretive and opaque — but vital — role in the Russia investigation. [Read More]
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To find an equivalent comparison of mass congressional resignations, historians say you'd have to go back to the Civil War. [Read More]
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He said some of his eight accusers remembered his actions differently and suggested other accusations flat-out didn't happen. [Read More]
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For one, ejecting Franken was not that big of a political risk. And you could argue that Democrats didn't act quickly enough to position themselves... [Read More]
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Nearly every day since the Harvey Weinstein allegations surfaced, society has started changing its attitude on sexual harassment. This week, much of that evidence is coming from... [Read More]
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What changed between now and Franken's first credible accuser? Politics. [Read More]
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The top question still unanswered: What did the president know, and when? [Read More]
The 88-year-old congressman gets to resign on his own terms without ever having to face an ethics investigation. [Read More]
After keeping his distance from Alabama GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore, President Trump is now all in. He tweeted this endorsement Monday morning for Moore, who... [Read More]
They've passed a bill in the House and Senate. Now they basically need to do that all over again. [Read More]
Once again, the Trump White House overshadows the Republican Party. And not in a good way for Republicans. [Read More]
It's very likely that President Donald Trump's former national security adviser and close confidante is now a confidante of an investigation into whether the Trump... [Read More]
It's very likely that President Donald Trump's former national security adviser and close confidante is now a confidante of an investigation into whether the Trump... [Read More]
Michael Flynn has likely switched sides: He pleaded guilty to one charge of lying to the FBI, when there's so much more the special counsel... [Read More]
The fact he only got charged with one, relatively minor crime, says it all. [Read More]
If he did, it'd be a first in the law's 200-year history. [Read More]
It's difficult to read this any other way than the president trying to interfere in an independent investigation. [Read More]
They've come to the conclusion that failure is not an option. [Read More]
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