The president has fired or threatened nearly a dozen current and former officials connected to the investigation he labels a ‘rigged witch hunt.’

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Simon & Schuster, the publisher of the former Trump aide’s explosive tell-all, called a letter from a Trump campaign attorney ‘an obvious attempt to silence legitimate criticism of the President.’

Trump is furious that a deal that would have freed an American pastor held in Turkey has fallen apart, according to aides.

  • Analysis

Democrats’ post-Pelosi predicament: A younger leader or a black one?

Some Democratic lawmakers are recognizing a need for a change at the top levels of leadership

  • Analysis

Trump has now fired or threatened most senior officials related to the Russia investigation

A tally of all the players, and all their fates.

  • Analysis

John Brennan has gotten a lot more outspoken about Trump and Russia over the past year

The question is whether Brennan has done it to become more political, or because he felt compelled to speak out about the facts. We parse what he said then and now.

The jurors must evaluate 18 counts of bank fraud and lying to the IRS. If convicted, President Trump’s ex-campaign chairman could go to prison for the rest of his life.

Mnuchin’s statement came amid rapidly escalating tensions between Washington and Ankara over Andrew Brunson’s detention.

One day after the president revoked former CIA director John Brennan’s clearance, McRaven said, “I would consider it an honor if you would revoke my security clearance as well.”

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The cost ballooned from $12 million to $92 million according to CNBC reporting.

Trump has already set a record for the most appellate court judges to win Senate confirmation during a president’s first two years in office.

Since the majority of women seeking House seats are not incumbents, they have to build donor networks from scratch — a task often made more difficult because of their gender, candidates said.

The Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights will examine whether the school responded “promptly and equitably” to allegations of abuse against Richard Strauss, who died in 2005.

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Senate women who clamored for Franken’s exit adopt a wait-and-see approach as another Minnesota politician, Rep. Keith Ellison, denies accusations he abused a former girlfriend.

“Please don’t make us a law enforcement agency,” Cmdr. Jonathan White told senators on Thursday.

The move by the former White House aide is the latest escalation in a feud with the president, who has called her a “dog.”

Video circulated Thursday of Levi Lovell, Davis’s field director, appearing to harass Betsy Dirksen Londrigan and others during an event at an Illinois bar.

  • Perspective

From the recent Post story on Kellyanne Conway and her Trump-bashing husband, to the Cheneys’ different stances on gay marriages, politics can be divisive.

  • Analysis

The most significant reason is one Trump's not likely to be worried about.

  • Analysis

Trump claims that his appearances demoralize Democrats. They . . . do not.

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