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Gabriel is 2018 Stern Fellow at The Washington Post. He previously covered politics and national news at the Sunday Times of London.
U.S. officials have thrown into question the citizenship of hundreds of Hispanic-Americans along the U.S.-Mexico border. The State Department said “border” area passport denials are the lowest in years.
Party officials are worried about alienating voters as they take long-awaited aim at the president.
The Senate GOP leader described Republican efforts to impeach President Bill Clinton in the 1990s and recalled how it cost the party in the 1998 midterm elections.
Joe Donnelly has worked to distance himself from the far left of his party and embraced some of Trump’s policies.
A mass shooting in his neighborhood. Condolence calls. Funeral after funeral. And a clash with the president.
A temple and theater were overwhelmed with those who came to bid goodbye to victims who were fixtures of a tightknit Jewish community.
But the community’s response has been true to the local spirit — politically spirited and resilient.
It was obvious to SWAT officers entering Tree of Life synagogue that a high-powered rifle had been used to kill elderly congregants. A hunt, and a perilous shootout, followed.
As President Trump travels to Missoula for his third visit to the state as president, voters discuss which candidate will buck their party.
Friday's U-turn by the president calmed 10 Downing Street but exposed the peril of its Brexit strategy.