The president has used legislation and unilateral actions to push ahead with a vision often at odds with GOP orthodoxy.

(Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post)

Onstage and off, Democrats endorsed students and called for more gun-control bills.

Many of the participants at the demonstrations in Washington and West Palm Beach, Fla., where the president is spending the weekend, favor tougher gun control than Trump.

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Trump to Latinos: The GOP supports you more than Democrats. But Latinos aren’t so sure.

Most Latino voters disapprove of Trump's job performance.

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The top 15 Democratic presidential hopefuls for 2020, ranked

This dumb Biden-Trump fight is a sign of what's to come.

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Five questions for Stormy Daniels in her ‘60 Minutes’ interview

Here are the things to watch for when the porn star speaks about her alleged affair with Trump.

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The president is flying solo, repopulating his team and getting ready for some of the biggest challenges — personal and policy — yet.

The failure to defeat antiabortion Rep. Daniel Lipinski in Illinois primary prompts introspection.

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And now lawmakers observe what has become their tradition: girding for midterms.

Clinton communications chief Jennifer Palmieri’s book is written as an open letter to whoever will become the nation’s first female president.

The removals have reached a crescendo. What does that say about the president as a manager, policymaker and public persona?

The president’s intervention to seemingly derail the megaproject was less about its merits and more about who was in control.

The president’s unhappiness was fueled Friday morning how it often is, with Trump in the residence watching “Fox and Friends.”

The now-embattled data firm used data from Facebook and other sources to test its ‘psychographic’ profiling in the 2014 midterms.

The Senate candidate gave 20 paid speeches from early 2017 to early 2018.

Eric Greitens is aggressively trying to clear his name following lurid allegations and a backlash in his own party.

The money comes despite the district being considered “safe” for Republicans.

Investigators are looking into whether Hunter spent campaign funds improperly to benefit friends and family.

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Why does Trump keep passing the buck?

Many conservatives and students of color feel that their voices have been suppressed.

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