Taking stock after days of insults, each side is certain of the upper hand in a fight that shows no sign of waning 18 months before the 2020 elections.

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The deputy CBO director answered a lot of them with 'it depends.'

Trump has declared a no-deal zone.

It's like everyone in a neighborhood locking their doors at once.


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He's not talking about issues they care about, experts say.

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Even from some of her own lieutenants.

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For Democratic candidates, hosting town halls on networks focused on voters of color are just as, if not more, important.

Democratic presidential candidates praise Barack Obama in glowing terms. But most are running on a very different agenda.

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Armed with misleading claims, the president seeks to take a Democratic rival down a notch.

Warren’s campaign released a list of cases Wednesday night on her website, revealing a far higher number than previously disclosed.

But a spokesman says the decision is not related to his calls for impeachment of President Trump.

Prosecutors took an early interest in the companies seeking to leverage Cohen’s access to President Trump and the White House, documents show.

Under pressure from the left, DCCC Chairwoman Cheri Bustos said she won’t attend a fundraiser for Rep. Daniel Lipinski.

A federal judge said Deutsche Bank and Capital One may hand over the president’s financial records to Democrats in the House.

In the Rose Garden, the president insisted he would not work with Democrats unless they abandon their investigations of his businesses, presidency and personal finances.

The president angrily shuts down infrastructure talks after Pelosi accused him earlier in the day of managing a ‘coverup’ in probes of his conduct and administration.

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A running list.

Ben Carson mixed up a real estate term with an Oreo cookie. "I was having difficulty hearing," he explained.

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A look at media metrics -- and what regular people are doing.

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From Stormy Daniels to invoking executive privilege over public testimony, Trump likes to stay in the shadows.

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“It’s very difficult to unring a bell,” Rep. Anna G. Eshoo said as some of the House’s younger lawmakers clamor to begin proceedings against the president.

Republican leaders are calling on Mississippi state Rep. Douglas McLeod to resign “if in fact, these allegations are true.”

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