The report, a draft of which was obtained by The Washington Post, is the first to study the millions of posts provided by major technology firms to the Senate Intelligence Committee.

(Jon Elswick / AP)
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Giuliani says the project could have continued up until Election Day and been okay. Michael Cohen recently pleaded guilty to lying about the timeline, but only extended it to June 2016.

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Allegations are much easier to make than to prove.

A draft report prepared for the Senate highlights how the Internet Research Agency used every major platform to misinform and polarize people of color.

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After the DNA debacle, Elizabeth Warren’s outreach to minority communities makes a pivot

After enduring criticism for her DNA announcement, Warren seeks to communicate awareness of minority issues.

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With the ACA in peril, Republicans get to show if they really want to protect people with preexisting conditions

A federal judge ruling to strike down the Affordable Care Act means everything in the law, including protections for people with preexisting conditions, would come down with it.

The former FBI director testified earlier this month in defense of his decisions during probes of Hillary Clinton’s emails and the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.

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Many Uber and Lyft contractors rely on the exchanges for health care.

In morning tweets, the president also weighed on border wall funding and an upcoming Federal Reserve interest rate decision.

Democrats do not agree.

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This year’s negotiations were about finalizing the “Paris rule book."

  • Joshua Busby
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The bar could be set much higher for consumers.

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President Tsai Ing-wen’s Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) suffered heavy losses against the opposition Kuomintang Party (KMT), winning only six of 22 districts — and losing nine districts it previously held.

  • Kevin Luo, Fang-Yu Chen
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  • Perspective

A high-ranking Trump administration officials says the 2018 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government report does not provide an accurate picture of employee engagement.

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It's not ethical to send refugees home without their consent. But is it real consent if there's no alternative?

  • Mollie Gerver
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It was an epic and confusing Sunday.

The fiery Twitter exchange illustrated the rift between "never-Trump" Republicans and the president's loyalists, like King, who loudly celebrated the magazine's closing.

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Is Meng’s arrest a litmus test for navigating the growing U.S.-China great-power rivalry?

  • Scott Moore
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“If they can’t get it done in Congress, they’ll keep trying in the courts, even when it puts people’s pre-existing conditions coverage at risk,” the former president wrote on Saturday.

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Six of the most read fact checks were about President Trump, which should not be a surprise given how he dominates the news.

Giuliani also criticized former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, calling him a “serial liar.”

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In this edition: A Texas judge blows up the 2020 race, Tom Perez scraps with Democrats who don't want a new data operation, and an Iowa poll gives us a little clarity on the next primary.

Rep. Elise Stefanik has launched an effort to help Republican women in primaries after the election cut the number of House GOP women by almost half as female voters spurned the party.

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