The president delivered remarks in the Rose Garden, angrily pushing back on the House speaker’s comments.

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The full transcript, with fact-checking, context and analysis.

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Trump and his supporters claim that the health of the economy will spur support for his candidacy. The Quinnipiac poll suggests that this may be overly optimistic.

How Democrats got to the brink of considering impeaching Trump

A look at the flash points that have built up calls for impeachment.

Why Democrats — and pundits — shouldn’t assume impeachment will backfire

The conventional wisdom on this issue is based on a sample size of one.

Republican leaders are calling on Mississippi state Rep. Douglas McLeod to resign “if in fact, these allegations are true.”

The Nevada Senate votes to end the electoral college system ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

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He communicated with the cousin of a powerful Russian businessman on the day of the 2016 election.

The arrangements, if real, could violate a ban on foreign donations to U.S. campaigns.

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His claim that his approval rating should be at 65 percent is way off the mark.

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They're using their position as shareholders to take action.

Restrictions in the state have already made the procedure inaccessible for many women.

Environmentalists and beekeepers have pushed for action for years.

There can be big financial consequences for taxpayers.

Daniel Tarullo had some sharp words in a speech this week.

The House Budget Committee will examine what it would take to start such a system.

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Ekrem Imamoglu is staying positive in the Istanbul mayor’s race.

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Ken Cuccinelli is not well-liked on Capitol Hill.

A memo seeks to quiet doubts about a second Senate run for James, including whispers that a statewide campaign could actually imperil Trump’s reelection chances.

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“It’s very difficult to unring a bell,” said Rep. Anna G. Eshoo as some of the House’s younger lawmakers clamor to begin impeachment proceedings against the president.

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