After years of criticizing the war, the president was convinced by military leaders to stay the course.

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These departures have had a serious impact on a major line of business for the president's club.

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Anyone born in 1982 or later has spent at least half of his or her life in a country at war.

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Trump addressed three places of tension, not just one.

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Trump is stepping into a political ‘powder keg’ in Arizona

The state's racial and political dynamics are a microcosm of the nation right now: extremely fragile.

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Upside down: Trump’s kid gets grief from the Daily Caller and defense from Chelsea Clinton

It's one more tiny indicator that some pro-Trump news outlets and media figures are increasingly willing to criticize the president.

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Trump, defender of ‘history and culture’ after Charlottesville, wasn’t always so keen on preservation

But at least one piece of one of the friezes wound up in the home of a former Trump executive.

The Senate Leadership Fund published an ad attacking Senate candidate Kelli Ward (R-Ariz.), a Republican challenging Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) in the 2018 primary.

The visit comes as the Trump administration has touted successes on immigration enforcement and prepares to fight for funding for a border wall.

Solar power was compromised in places like California.

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The majority of Trump supporters and Americans, though, disavow such views.

It probably won't hurt their bottom line.

The speech was a horror for one portion of Trump's base.

Is the CBO right on this one?

Bannon’s Breitbart is hard on the president after first prime-time address.

The government has scheduled the annual opportunity for federal employees to choose a health-care plan.

House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) appeared on CNN for a town hall forum on Aug. 21. Here’s what he said about President Trump and repealing the Affordable Care Act.

In seven months, President Trump has made 1,057 false or misleading claims.

The president had previously called the conflict a waste of time and resources.

But the House speaker said he would not endorse an effort to formally censure Trump for his response.

The president offers an open-ended promise of victory that could be difficult to keep.

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His tweets about transgender servicemembers, though, deeply undercut his rhetoric.

The president took advantage of his prime-time television audience to attempt a do-over on uniting the country after this month's deadly white supremacist demonstration in Charlottesville.

Federal agencies are acting boldly to address employee misconduct, but as U.S. Patent and Trademark office case shows, fixes are not that easy.

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