Meanwhile, Trump’s longtime personal attorney, Marc Kasowitz, will step back from a key role.  

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The bill is moving over the objections of the Trump administration, which hopes to preserve presidential powers to relieve sanctions without congressional approval.

The president said a Post report of Attorney General Jeff Sessions's discussions with the Russian ambassador was based on leaks that “must stop."

President Trump’s overhaul of his White House, in a shake-up of senior team, continues a pattern of seemingly constant chaos.

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Sometimes it’s ‘normal’ to meet with foreign officials. For Jeff Sessions and the Russian ambassador, it wasn’t.

Ex-U.S. intelligence officials, security experts find the meetings troubling.

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Who Spun It Best: President Trump on health care

President Trump found a scapegoat. And then he found a new one.

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How to survive a breakup with Donald Trump

Do what Sean Spicer and Corey Lewandowski have done: Sing his praises on your way out.

Washington’s slide into quicksand has given Republican state legislators, who met this week in Denver, new enthusiasm to restrict the federal government.

Manafort, Trump Jr. will not appear at a Wednesday hearing, nor testify in public until they speak to staff behind closed doors

Progress on health care, tax overhaul and federal spending has been tough to get for GOP.

Senate parliamentarian says part of the legislation would need 60 votes to pass.

White House adviser Jared Kushner updated his required disclosure of financial interests.

The revised filings show the vast and varied wealth of the president’s son-in-law and his wife.

The longtime Washington insider failed to last in service of a president who rejects convention and prefers to act as his own chief spokesman.

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Trump will win in the White House just like he wins in sports, Anthony Scaramucci tells America.

Their letter asks the president not to dismantle the “dreamers” program launched by President Barack Obama in 2012.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned on July 21, the same day Anthony Scaramucci became the new communications director. The Post's Callum Borchers looks at Spicier's tenure as the White House spokesman and the difficulties he faced representing the president.

The Washington Post's Libby Casey, Callum Borchers and Ashley Parker discuss White House press secretary Sean Spicer's abrupt departure July 21.

Libertarian Cliff Hyra lacks an invite but has a pitch for young urban dwellers: ‘Free mixologists to innovate with craft cocktails.’

The Washington Post's Libby Casey, Callum Borchers and Ashley Parker discuss White House press secretary Sean Spicer's resignation July 21, following the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director.

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There are new and ominous signs of an administration that remains adrift and of a president frustrated with almost everything and everyone around him.

Here's what you need to know about Anthony Scaramucci.

The Washington Post's Carol Leonnig explains how President Trump and his lawyers are attempting to deflect special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

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