Democrats brace for some defections among moderates

Some Democrats in swing districts are concerned a vote to impeach President Trump could cost them their seats in November. Two senior Democratic aides said the total could be as many as a half-dozen, while a third said the number could be higher.
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The U.S. flooded Afghanistan with money — then turned a blind eye to the graft it fueled

Key figures in the Afghanistan war said Washington tolerated corruption by unsavory warlords, drug traffickers and contractors because they were seen as U.S. allies, documents The Post obtained after a three-year legal battle show.

Broken over Brexit, Britain heads to the polls

The vote — between the two major parties offering the starkest of choices — is set to shape the nation's sense of itself, its union, economy and relations not only with Europe but also the United States, for years to come.

Inspector general says the FBI is not vindicated by his report on Trump campaign probe

Michael Horowitz said he could not vindicate the FBI’s former leaders because of major errors — effectively offering both political parties fresh ammunition in their feud over the Russia case.

Why Washington is still fighting about the origins of the Russia probe

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi points her finger at President Trump during an October meeting about Syria. (Reuters)
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi points her finger at President Trump during an October meeting about Syria. (Reuters)
The Virginia Cavaliers celebrate their defeat of the Auburn Tigers in the NCAA men’s basketball semifinals in April. (John McDonnell/The Post)
The Virginia Cavaliers celebrate their defeat of the Auburn Tigers in the NCAA men’s basketball semifinals in April. (John McDonnell/The Post)
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A cleansing ceremony and tribute to ancestors is conducted by a group of Queen Mothers in Hampton, Va., in August. (Evelyn Hockstein for The Post
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Fabio Losurdo comforts his horse, Smarty, at a ranch in Simi Valley, Calif., during a brush fire. (AP)
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