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It doesn’t seem possible that Mike Pence knew nothing....
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is living in the 1980s. The states don’t have...

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Rod J. Rosenstein’s naming of a special prosecutor in the Russia investigation is typical of how the deputy attorney general addresses tough situations, friends and allies say....
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has met resistance within his cabinet over measures aimed at showing President Trump Israel’s willingness to resume peace talks with the Palestinians....
Is it better for President Trump to remain in office because his self-inflicted crises reduce the damage he can do?...
In at least six separate federal cases, Google is waging a quiet war against the U.S. government . It's taking the FBI to task over warrants demanding it hand over the contents of Gmail data stored overseas. And...
President Trump will take the stage in Saudi Arabia to deliver his centerpiece speech, aiming to reconcile his past campaign rhetoric with his ambition of rebuilding relations with the Muslim world....
Michael Caputo, who was a communications adviser during the presidential race, has been asked to sit for an interview and to provide documents about his connections to the Kremlin....
President Trump wants to streamline the hiring process to add 5,000 new agents, but critics say cut corners could again leave the agency vulnerable to corrupt hires....
The administration and Congress have had a hand in the instability shaking the health care program, using it to their advantage....
Mr. Trump’s recklessness may force Congress or the courts to constrain him, diminishing the power of the office....
The president’s revolution has already evaporated....

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On May 9, 2017, the Orange County Board of Supervisors voted to increase its contract with U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) to detain 120 more immigrants at Theo Lacy Facility. This contract increase...
The conservative columnist Peggy Noonan wrote last week: “The president needs to be told: Democracy is not your plaything.” She is so right. Donal......
Clarke said he would act as a liaison between DHS Secretary John Kelly and state and local government officials, including mayors and law enforcement, as well as people in the private sector. It was a time of turmoil...
"Instead, we are here to offer partnership — based on shared interests and values — to pursue a better future for us all." Even as the ... A second order, which dropped Iraq from the list, is tied up in...
While party leaders in Washington focus on President Trump’s troubles, candidates in the states are trying to devise a message to reach the voters they need to win back....
Dating back to the late 1700s, the United States government has given assistance to white people in order to help them advance. The 1790 Naturalization Act was legislation that allowed only free whites to become...
It was perhaps the most widely anticipated testimony in years at the U.S. prison in Guantánamo Bay Bay. Abu Zubaydah, the first person who experienced waterboarding and other forms of torture by the CIA, was set to...
At least 18 C.I.A. sources were killed or imprisoned in China between 2010 and 2012, one of the worst intelligence breaches in decades. Investigators still disagree about how it happened....
American officials are weighing whether to extend a special residency status that was granted after a 2010 disaster but could expire in July....
As Saudi Arabia seeks to renew ties between the two nations, signs of America’s cultural influence on the kingdom are also to the fore....
Its depiction of a US government wracked by crisis no doubt resonates with viewers in the current political climate. The “Pilot” episode begins on the night of the annual State of the Union address. The opening...
Senators have complained to the Federal Communications Commission after security guards pushed a journalist to a wall while he was covering a controve......
Worried that you missed an important political story this week? You’re not alone. Catch up on a very hectic week of news....
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said President Trump’s decision to give the military more latitude had put greater pressure on militants in Syria, Yemen and Somalia....
The former F.B.I. director will give testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee in the wake of his abrupt dismissal by President Trump....
The Justice Department said adjustments to patients’ charts were made to reap greater payments, but the company said it broke no rules....
BEIRUT — The Pentagon said Friday that a rare U.S. airstrike against pro- government forces in Syria targeted a convoy of Iran-backed troops, appearing to mark an important shift in the country's war. The attack...
Mr. Trump leaves as a newly appointed special counsel begins looking into any ties between Russia and the president’s campaign....
The conversation reinforces the notion that President Trump dismissed him primarily because of the bureau’s investigation into possible collusion between his campaign and Russian operatives....
U.S. government -bond prices edged down Friday as investors digested new corporate bond supply and continued to recover from political headlines that had sparked a large rally earlier in the week. The yield on the...