The president’s latest attack on his attorney general underscores his lack of trust in many of his subordinates and appointees.

(Calla Kessler / The Washington Post)

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) is trying to expand the Senate Sergeant at Arms’ mandate to provide protection for senators’ and staffers’ personal accounts and devices, as well as their official ones.

Already burdened by an unpopular president and an energized Democratic electorate, the male-dominated GOP is now facing a torrent of scrutiny about how it is handling Kavanaugh’s accuser.

Lawyers for the Supreme Court pick’s accuser say the rush for a public hearing on Monday is unfair.

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‘This is sickening’: Sen. Jeff Flake lashes out at Trump Jr. for his post mocking Kavanaugh accuser

"No one should make light of this situation," Flake wrote on Twitter, days after Trump Jr. posted a meme that appeared to be mocking Kavanaugh's accuser.

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‘At least you got a nice boat out of the deal,’ Trump tells N.C. man during post-Florence tour

The vessel was washed into the backyard of a North Carolina resident in a storm-ravaged neighborhood.

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Republicans seem to have the votes to move forward with Brett Kavanaugh

All the key swing votes sounds inclined to move forward, even if Christine Blasey Ford doesn't testify.

Democrats hope their gubernatorial nominee can pull together the coalition that twice won the state, even if he has little time to do it.

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In an interview with the Hill, Trump said he was relying on TV pundits and House allies.

The president promises federal aid and “whatever we have to do to make this perfect” in the wake of Florence.

"It was more than obvious to me that she bore the scars of what she had been subjected to," said Rep. Anna Eshoo, who met in July with Christine Blasey Ford.

Progressive and conservatives groups are uniting against it.

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How Christopher Steele, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and Bruce Ohr fit into the origination of the Russia probe.

A new bill would force DHS to open a bug bounty program.

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Again, conservatives compare sexual assault allegations to violence against the accused.

In a new interview, the president offered a scathing review of the leader of the Justice Department, including his work on immigration.

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Attorney Douglas Wigdor, who represents sexual assault victims in cases against high-profile men, discusses how he would prep Christine Blasey Ford for Monday's hearing, which will be one of the hardest parts of her ordeal.

The president said in an interview the walls that are part of the memorial are “beautiful” and “perfect.”

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In short: The only real motivation to move quickly is politics. And doing so could backfire.

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There’s a simple reason why the Republican president's tax cuts haven’t inspired companies to move that much money to the United States: The money was already here.

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The blunt force of Sen. Mazie Hirono's comments about the Kavanaugh allegations reverberated widely. “It’s not just something for the women in this country to care about,” she said, “it’s for all of us.”

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