The 45th president frequently tries to outdo the 44th, even when facts get in the way.

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Decision was one of four issued Wednesday as the justices begin to announce outcomes of cases they have heard this term

The president has justified taking advantage of laws he wants to change, and he is not the only politician to do so.

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Eight percent of Americans like Trump's policies — but dislike Trump.

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Add Democrats’ win in Kentucky to the growing evidence that they will have a good 2018

It's not even a surprise anymore when Democrats win state legislative seats in deep-red states.

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The media savvy of Billy Graham

The evangelist captured and kept the media spotlight for decades, without becoming as polarizing as many famous religious figures.

President Trump and Vice President Pence will address the Conservative Political Action Conference. Other officials will focus on the administration’s record.

Keith Schiller, former bodyguard and Oval Office director of operations, has intimate knowledge of president’s actions

"This morning I was working out and listening to the news about 'students' being bused in to the Florida Capitol,” Pennsylvania state Rep. Daryl Metcalfe wrote on Facebook.

The president's daughter was involved with the effort to bring the 2028 Summer Games to Los Angeles and was described by White House officials as a “winter sports enthusiast."

The political approach of some younger evangelical leaders has appeared to be more partisan and divisive than Graham’s.

His standoff with John Kelly over access to classified information is significantly messier because he's Trump's son-in-law. That's what anti-nepotism laws seek to prevent.

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Over the weekend, Trump asked club members for their views on gun control and John Kelly.

It takes time for real-world events to filter into this poll of polls.

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Potential agreement would stop short of an assault weapons ban, which suffered legislative defeat this week.

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And his other grandparent's father arrived the same way.

Her parents very likely benefited from something President Trump wants to eliminate. And there are lingering questions about her own past status.

Immigration experts said Viktor and Amalija Knavs very likely relied on family sponsorship to obtain their green cards, a process Trump has derided.

At this point, deportations en masse seem more likely than a deal in Congress to protect dreamers.

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In part, Obama was worried about bolstering Trump's claims about a rigged election.

The request, just days after the Justice Department indicted Russians for meddling in the 2016 elections, signals that Democrats believe it's a politically palatable issue to be touting during contentious spending talks. 

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