Priebus is out after six months as White House chief of staff.

MIAMI, FL - JUNE 15: U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security John F. Kelly attends the Conference on Prosperity and Security in Central America at the Florida International University on June 15, 2017 in Miami, Florida. The conferance brought together government and business leaders from the United States, Mexico, Central America, and other countries to address the economic, security, and governance challenges and opportunities in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The decision comes despite strong reservations among Trump advisers over a provision that binds his hands when it comes to altering sanctions policy against Moscow.

Wealthy, centrist Democrat will give up his seat in Congress to focus on White House.

The senator defied President Trump’s attempts to revamp the Affordable Care Act — and stared down Vice President Pence after his direct plea.

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The White House’s calamitous week

Even those who should be on Trump's side are having trouble defending him.

‘Another day of chaos at the White House’: Washington responds to major shake-up at White House

The announcement comes after deep personal animus between Reince Preibus and Anthony Scaramucci burst into public view.

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How John McCain’s dramatic return to the Senate this week encapsulates his career

A reminder of why McCain is one of the more complex characters in the political landscape.

The interests of Alaska appeared to be at stake.

But even in their elation, activists were girding for another potential fight.

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The breakdowns at both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue highlight the disruption Trump has brought to Washington.

The Republicans' hurried health-care push had two consistent critics since the very beginning: Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine). Here's how they changed the outcome of the debate.

President Trump tweeted July 28 that his homeland security secretary, retired Marine Corps Gen. John F. Kelly, is replacing Reince Priebus as White House chief of staff.

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Tumult at the Trump White House.

Both sides will make their first big push this weekend, launching a ground game that will play out through Nov. 7.

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"Please don't be too nice,” he said to the crowd of officers.

President Trump spoke to law enforcement about gang violence on July 28, in Brentwood, N.Y.

Trump's trip to a county where gang-related violence has spiked is part of new push from the administration to crack down on illegal immigration.

During a speech to law enforcement on July 28, President Trump said "please don't be too nice" to suspects who are arrested.

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Political victories are all-important to the majority leader, but McCain is done with winning for winning’s sake.

President Trump said Congress should have approved a bill to repeal Obamacare on July 28, but said that "we'll get it done."

President Trump, in a speech to law enforcement in New York on July 28, referred to MS-13 gang members as "animals" and pledged to "destroy" the gang.

The letter is seen as a sign of support for an ongoing Defense Department review of transgender troop policy.

The Coast Guard spent about $1 million in protection expenses every time President Trump went to his Florida estate.

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