Emails describe the actions by Donald Trump’s then-campaign chairman

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The secretary of state seemed to be caught off guard while briefing reporters after Trump had spoken earlier in the day.

The president has yet to name an ambassador to South Korea amid growing tensions and anxiety over the North’s nuclear weapons threat.

The president’s planned rally on behalf of Sen. Luther Strange pits him against a darling of the Trump base.

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Mitch McConnell knows that the GOP has a problem with women

Mitch McConnell is aware that his party has an image issue — with women

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Paul Manafort’s ominous email to an aide: ‘How do we use [this] to get whole?’

The most interesting exchange from The Post's big scoop.

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Trump’s sloppy handling of his Russia problem is coming back to bite him

Robert Mueller's list of requests from the White House shows just how many problems Trump has created for himself.

The independent-minded Republican isn’t convinced the current bill is good for her state. But the latest in a long line of transactional politicians isn't a definite ‘no,’ either.

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The market's on its second-longest run since World War II — predating Trump.

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The block-grant proposal at the center of Cassidy-Graham is astoundingly unpopular.

Speaking at the United Nations, President Trump said the Cassidy-Graham health-care bill was likely to pass on Sept. 20.

Speaking at the United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 19, President Trump claimed the U.S. could assist 10 refugees in their home region for the cost of every one coming to the U.S.

Jeffrey Gerrish, a Washington lawyer, has been nominated to be the deputy U.S. trade representative.

In an interview with The Washington Post on Sept. 20, former attorney general Eric Holder said he hopes career employees stay in their jobs regardless of whether they agree with the direction of the current administration.

Former president Barack Obama said Wednesday that any effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act would be “inflicting real human suffering” on Americans.

The requests from the special counsel investigating Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election span 13 categories.

The statement marks McConnell's most concrete commitment yet to moving ahead with the bill from Sens. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) and Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.).

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A look at a month that's less unusual than you might think.

In a speech at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Goalkeepers event in New York, Sept. 20, former president Barack Obama said efforts in Congress to end the Affordable Care Act could result in “real human suffering.”

President Trump spoke at a working lunch with African leaders at the United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 20.

Former president Barack Obama on Sept. 20 said in a speech at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Goalkeepers event that ending the Affordable Care Act would cause “real human suffering.”

Former president Barack Obama on Sept. 20 said in a speech at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Goalkeepers event that “nationalism and xenophobia” are among the challenges that the world faces.

The first lady denounced bullying at a luncheon at the United Nations on Sept. 20.

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