The findings seemed to dispel the cloud of conspiracy that has hung over the administration since its inception. But it also opened the door to more fights over President Trump’s judgment and power.
The debate continued about the implications of a probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
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The Take
There are difficult questions about what investigations House Democrats should pursue and to what end.
The president and allies moved quickly to capitalize on the findings of the Russia probe, an unmistakable political victory.
Post Reports
Post reporter Devlin Barrett, who covers the Justice Department, joins Martine Powers for an extra episode of the Post Reports podcast.
The Trailer
More than anyone else in the Democratic race for president, Mayor Pete Buttigieg has benefited from the idea that the 2016 election demolished notions of what sort of résumé voters look for in a president.
The attack, which injured seven people, prompted the prime minister to announce that he would return to Israel on Monday immediately after meeting with President Trump.
Fifteen percent of mail-in ballots submitted by Parkland, Fla.’s youngest voters were never counted in the 2018 midterm election, a researcher determined.
NCAA Tournament
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Just two teams from outside the NCAA’s power conferences survived the tournament’s first weekend, and that includes top-seeded Gonzaga, a heavyweight in its own right.
Fact Checker
President Trump says the media is manipulating the data, but the president himself is engaging in some cherry-picking to claim a 14-year high.
The New England tight end was a four-time all-pro and helped the Patriots win three Super Bowl championships.
The Past, Rediscovered
Some journalists initially thought they were about to witness a conjugal act between the Beatles star and his bride. But they found the pair in conservative pajamas upon arrival.
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