A steep learning curve has created obstacles, but the president resists changing style.

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Events in Washington and nationwide could block streets, close businesses.

New bill designed to close loopholes in law that is supposed to keep members from making stock trades on privileged information.

A look at how key countries have adjusted to Trump during his first 100 days in office.

Democrats, stop pretending you’ll ‘nationalize’ a race if you fight for it

In 2017, Democrats are despondent about their chances of winning rural seats.

Why Trump desperately needs to keep conservative media outlets on his side

The president is not winning many converts, which means he really needs to hold on to the supporters he already had.

Congress has avoided a shutdown — for one week

There are still some intractable tensions, and a wild card president, that keep a shutdown threat on the table, either next week or this fall.

House and Senate negotiators are set to work through the weekend to finalize a longer-term deal that would fund the government through the end of the fiscal year in September.

Maverick former congresswoman left political life in January after bitter defeat in 2016 U.S. Senate primary.

The former president's dig is accurate.

Trump praised the former senator in his speech to the NRA, as reports circulated that DeMint might be pushed out as the think tank's president.

President addresses national convention of gun rights group that endorsed him early in last year’s campaign.

Trump has repeatedly used the nickname to provoke the senator, whose claim that she is part Native American was questioned during her 2012 election campaign.

President Trump addressed the National Rifle Association annual conference in Atlanta on April 28. "You came through for me, and I am going to come through for you," Trump said to cheers.

During remarks at the National Rifle Association conference in Atlanta on April 28, President Trump said that the NRA will be "swamped" with candidates next election. "It may be Pocahontas, remember that," he said, referring to the insult he used for Elizabeth Warren during the 2016 presidential campaign.

A how-to for your weekend crafting.

A look at Trump's first 500 tweets as president.

Now the really hard work begins.

Trump called the Korea accord “a horrible deal” and vowed to renegotiate better terms or withdraw.

The House of Representatives passed a spending bill that funds the federal government through May 5, avoiding a government shutdown.

Conflicting messages from the White House and Trump's economic advisors shows a lack of detail in Trump's tax reform plan.

In February, The Washington Post followed a Syrian family's journey to the United States after President Trump signed his first travel ban. We returned to New Jersey to see how the Khoja family was doing as the country marks the president's first 100 days.

"I believe the best way to solve this problem is to eradicate the leadership,” the Ohio governor said. “I'm talking about those who are closest to making the decisions that North Korea's following now."

President Trump signed an executive order authorizing drilling off the coast of Alaska, and other offshore locations in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, on April 28 at the White House.

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