Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada announced he won’t vote for the bill in its current form.

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Debate over how to talk about economic and cultural issues and role of government in the age of Trump?

A White House official pointed to both men’s large social media followings as evidence of their appeal.

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The new chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee said the investigation is more squarely under the purview of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III and other congressional committees.

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Trump to Obama on Russia, basically: ‘I know I am, but what are you?’

Why didn't Obama do more to stop Russia?, tweets the president. Some Obama officials are asking the same thing.

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Could Trump’s White House tapes ruse actually get him in legal trouble?

Some have raised the prospect of witness tampering. Experts doubt that, but say it could feed into the obstruction of justice case.

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Sean Spicer banned TV cameras. Again. So we annotated his briefing. Again.

The White House restricted media access for the third time in five days.

They might surprise you.

South Korean immigrant’s attorney was “dead wrong,” justices say, when he advised a plea deal.

The White House is laboring to adapt to the expanding Russia probe — and to the president’s pugnacious outbursts.

"I'm glad he got shot. … I wish he was (expletive) dead.”

The House objected to the Senate-passed measure earlier this week, prompting accusations from Democrats that the House Republican leaders were trying to stall the bill at President Trump's request.

Janice Hill, a local reverend, told Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) that without the Affordable Healthcare Act her daughter would have probably died from cancer.

Heller, who is up for reelection in 2018, has expressed concerns about the way the measure addresses the future of Medicaid.

President Trump accused special counsel Robert Mueller of being biased in his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election in an interview on “Fox & Friends” on June 23.

The president was in a playful mood at the bill signing.

President Trump stressed the importance of implementing VA reforms then teased Secretary David J. Shulkin "You're fired" if not done correctly.

Washington Post reporters explained on June 23 how the Obama administration struggled to retaliate against Russia and Vladimir Putin for interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

The Fix's Callum Borchers and Aaron Blake explain President Obama's tough choices about how to react to Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Trump’s club in Palm Beach, Fla., faces potential revenue losses as charities move galas elsewhere.

President Trump signs the Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act of 2017, aiming to innovate veterans' health care access on June 23.

New details reveal the extent to which the Russian meddling bore Putin’s own signature.

William C. Bradford is no stranger to controversy.

All bets are currently off.

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