Post Politics Now: Biden to meet with DeSantis, tour Hurricane Ian damage in Florida
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is considered a potential 2024 White House contender, and he and Biden have sparred on several issues. The White House says the visit will be "above politics."By John Wagner and Mariana Alfaro
9 tips to debunk false claims made by friends and family
Correcting your friends or family can be stressful. But, experts say we’re more likely to change our point of view if we’re approached by someone we care about.By Teddy Amenabar
Elon Musk may soon own Twitter. What might it look like when he does?
The Tesla CEO’s fresh offer to buy Twitter for $44 billion represents a win for the firm’s board. But Musk is almost sure to transform the company.By Elizabeth Dwoskin and Will Oremus
Biden is actually Greek. And Jewish. And raised by Puerto Ricans.
The president, to hear him tell it, is actually Greek. And Jewish. And raised by Puerto Ricans. It's how he tries to connect, even if it's sometimes a stretch.By Matt Viser
What are midterm elections and why are they important?
Who are the candidates I should know about? What are the top issues? How can I vote? We answer your questions about the November elections.By Amber Phillips
The issue choice that could decide the 2022 election
It seems quite possible the battle for Congress will be decided based upon which timely issues Americans vote on more: the economy and inflation (Republicans), or abortion rights and political extremism (Democrats). But which weighs more heavily?By Aaron Blake
DeSantis, FEMA defend Lee County evacuation amid growing questions
Both the Biden administration's FEMA director and Florida GOP officials like Gov. Ron DeSantis are pointing out the county was on the periphery of the storm's path. Here's what we know and what the forecasts showed.By Aaron Blake
How the Supreme Court could give Republicans more power with elections
The Supreme Court is considering two election cases in Alabama and North Carolina that could give Republicans a lot more authority to shape elections.By Amber Phillips
Post Politics Now: Biden warns of GOP’s ‘extreme’ policies as he marks 100 days since Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade
Officials discussed a White House report noting that abortion bans have taken effect in more than a dozen states and close to 30 million women of reproductive age now live in a state with a ban.By John Wagner and Mariana Alfaro
GOP leaders rally behind Walker. But in Georgia, Republicans fret.
The emerging dynamic five weeks before the election encapsulated a predicament Republicans are confronting in the midterms.By Annie Linskey and Cleve R. Wootson Jr.
Supreme Court debates Alabama’s refusal of second Black voting district
The case is another major test of the Voting Rights Act.By Robert Barnes
Afghanistan war veteran who threatened Biden could avoid prosecution
Scott Merryman, who suffers from PTSD-related mental illnesses, will be released from custody to undergo mental-health treatment, authorities say.By Paul Duggan
Trump asks Supreme Court to intervene in Mar-a-Lago search case
Trump asked the Supreme Court to put classified documents back into an independent review being conducted by a federal judge.By Devlin Barrett and Robert Barnes
Okla. GOP ties hospital’s covid funds to end of gender-affirming care
Republican lawmakers threatened to withhold $108 million in federal funds from OU Health unless a hospital stopped providing gender-affirming care.By Kimberly Kindy
Sen. Ron Johnson downplays Jan. 6: ‘Not what an armed insurrection would look like’
Johnson also said “protesters did teach us all how you can use flag poles, that kind of stuff, as weapons."By Amy B Wang
FAQ: What cases are before the Supreme Court this term?
The justices will consider disputes with implications for future elections, race and college admissions, LGBTQ rights and more.By Robert Barnes and Ann E. Marimow
Most fentanyl is seized at border crossings — often from U.S. citizens
The popular narrative about the drug is misleading.By Philip Bump
Herschel Walker denies report that he paid for girlfriend’s abortion
Walker’s denial came after the Daily Beast published an account from a woman who said Walker encouraged her to have an abortion while they were dating.By Annie Linskey and Cleve R. Wootson Jr.
In Trump White House, classified records routinely mishandled, aides say
As president, Donald Trump never strictly followed the rules and customs for handling sensitive documents, according to 14 officials from his administration.By Shane Harris, Josh Dawsey, Ellen Nakashima and Jacqueline Alemany
Christian Walker turns his online influence against his father
The biggest threat to Herschel Walker’s Senate campaign may be his own son.By Philip Bump