After California professor Christine Blasey Ford came forward with sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh, Republicans have been pushing to hear from both parties quickly.
With predictions of a "blue wave" on the rise, The Washington Post's polling director Scott Clement breaks down the signs pointing to a difficult election for the GOP this fall.
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort pleaded guilty to two charges on Sept. 14, and will cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
Through scenes of chaos, disagreement and petty insults, veteran investigative journalist Bob Woodward meticulously documented a "nervous breakdown" at the White House in his new book, "Fear."
Former president Barack Obama directly attacked President Trump and the GOP during a speech in Illinois on Sept. 7, and called on all Americans to vote in the upcoming election.
Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing got off to a rocky start on Sept. 4, with multiple interjections from Democrats asking for postponement and protesters.
There's been a lot of talk about the United States's nuclear weapons: their great power, their dire need for improvement and everything in between. But what exactly makes up our nuclear forces, and how do they compare to the rest of the world? The Post sat down with nuclear weapons expert Hans Kristensen to find out.
Sen. John McCain's body lay in state at the U.S. Capitol rotunda on Aug. 31, and colleagues honored his life and shared memories of his candor, dedication and patriotism.
With White House Counsel Donald McGahn's impending departure, President Trump's large and ever-changing legal team is thrown into turmoil once again.
Which countries have weapons? How much damage could they do? An expert answers some of our most pressing questions.