A Yale classmate told the New Yorker that the Supreme Court nominee exposed himself during a party in college.

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The Republican president has previously said he’d appoint judges to overturn the landmark 1973 ruling.

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Race relations is emerging as a primary issue in the campaign for Cruz's Senate seat.

The president expressed optimism that talks over North Korea’s nuclear program are progressing despite recent setbacks.

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Breaking down the new Brett Kavanaugh sexual misconduct allegation

The question has long been whether other accusers would come forward. But Deborah Ramirez's account is thus far uncorroborated.

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Kavanaugh’s accuser might be better off with a criminal trial. So might Kavanaugh.

Legal experts say Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford might be better off with a criminal trial than a Senate hearing. Here's why.

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‘Master of the Self-Own’: People wonder why Ted Cruz tweeted popular video of Beto O’Rourke

Cruz and O'Rourke are locked in a tight battle for a Senate seat in once-solid-red Texas.

In a radio interview, the president said he is still looking at reports that the deputy attorney general proposed secretly recording him and pushed for his removal from office.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway also weighed in, citing a “vast left-wing conspiracy” against the Supreme Court nominee.

Four Republicans to watch as Christine Blasey Ford prepares to testify on Thursday.

The country accuses the administration of 'trade bullying.'

The Trump administration has sought to relax rules on the way coal ash is stored.

Trump talks Obamacare repeal to the base.

Congress doesn't have a plan for protecting them.

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Senate and House resolutions show strong and bipartisan congressional disapproval to turning the Postal Service into a profit-making business.

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As the trade war drags on, here's why there's no easy win.

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Excluding half of the stakeholders doesn't bode well for long-term prospects.

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That's a recipe for mistrust, resentment -- and still more unsolved crimes.

  • Rebecca Goldstein, Michael Sances, Hye Young You
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The president says NAFTA cost "millions of jobs" in the United States, but most studies say the trade deal had a modest effect.

Gregory Craig’s work for the Ukrainian government while at the Skadden law firm is under investigation.

The president plans to use a United Nations forum to demand that other nations respect American “sovereignty” at a time of uncertainty over U.S. strategy.

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