After a spate of tweets on other subjects over the weekend, the president turned on Monday to the mosque massacres.

(Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post)
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The Iowa Republican broached the subject in a Saturday Facebook post — a bizarre meme of two fighting Frankenstein figures, one red and one blue.

The new presidential candidate’s campaign is as thin as it is wealthy

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) said he was encouraged by the responses from the panel’s document requests to confidants of Trump, business associates and White House officials. 

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Do Americans think Mueller’s probe is a witch hunt? Depends on how you ask.

About that poll claiming 50 percent think the Mueller investigation is a “witch hunt.”

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In addition to a rare church visit, Trump spent most of his Sunday blasting critics on Twitter

Perhaps the unusually prolific tweeting on a Sunday came about because of the rough week the president had.

The Christian County Republican Central Committee disinvited Blunt after he backed a resolution disapproving of President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency along the U.S.-Mexico border, the Kansas City Star reported.

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A flooded air force base contrasts poorly with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's dismissiveness.

Some justices wonder whether Richmond’s House Republicans have the right to appeal a lower-court ruling.

House and Senate Intelligence and Judiciary committees ask FBI to investigate Li “Cindy” Yang, founder of day spa that was embroiled in a high-profile prostitution sting.

At a naturalization ceremony at the Bush Institute in Dallas, the former president delivered a message that sharply contrasted with President Trump’s rhetoric on immigration.

The justices turned down pleas from a death-row inmate claiming a juror in his case was racist.

During Monday’s episode of “The View,” the daughter of the late senator John McCain said the president will “never be a great man.”

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A poll shows how strong opinions are among the network's viewers.

According to the latest-available data, the NSA in 2017 collected more than 530 million call detail records linked to 40 “targets.”

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After the president implicated McCain in an alleged pre-election plot to take him down, Graham offered the softest of rebukes.

When it comes to aircraft, Boeing has long been the government’s favorite.

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The tone and focus are wildly different.

In a series of tweets Monday, George Conway suggested that the president could be suffering from “narcissistic personality disorder” and “antisocial personality disorder.”

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The total is more than any other Democratic presidential hopeful — and that's not the only way in which it's exceptional.

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Mick Mulvaney is out of touch with the American people.

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