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Although President Trump has taken steps to confront the deadly drug crisis, the depth of the problem continues to overwhelm the government’s response.
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President Trump, reacting angrily after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) accused him of a “coverup,” said there would be no deal on infrastructure unless Democrats stop investigating him.
The confidential memo, written last fall by an Internal Revenue Service attorney, contradicts the Trump administration’s justification for denying the president’s tax returns to lawmakers.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) speaks during an interview in Iowa Falls, Iowa. (Daniel Acker for The Post)
Campaign 2020
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has far outpaced the Democratic field in outlining specific policies and detailing how she would pay for them. But skeptics question her math.
The move by acting defense secretary Patrick Shanahan is straining ties with key Republican and Democratic lawmakers.
The magazine found that cars in autopilot mode often cut off other vehicles or broke laws while trying to pass.
A four-month probe into the picture on Gov. Ralph Northam’s 1984 medical school yearbook page was hampered by the passage of time and a lack of documentation, investigators said.
The chipmaker's patent practices violated antitrust law, a federal judge said. The ruling is a major jolt to the critical components market for next-generation smartphones.
From petitions to remake the show to offers of grief counseling, emotions are running high. We asked some experts why.
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Artist Martin Puryear’s work for the Venice Biennale is a profound display of humility and vision.
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Few people outside government have more influence over judicial appointments than Leonard Leo, an unofficial adviser to President Trump.
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