Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made no public mention of Jamal Khashoggi’s case as he met Saudi leaders for what the White House said was a tough fact-finding mission.

(Leah Mills / AP)
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Democrats will need to win most or all of the seats on the list to have a chance to take back the Senate.

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Public reporting has far outpaced what Trump claims he knows.

GOP candidates are co-opting the Democrats’ message on health care, teacher pay, and #MeToo in the final stretch to next month’s midterms.

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Trump’s fanciful, falsehood-filled AP interview, annotated

The false claims are flying fast and furious these days.

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The Kavanaugh saga reminded Republicans of a big reason to vote in November: Stopping Democrats

More Republicans are citing Democrats as a reason for their congressional vote.

Age is a "totally legitimate thing to raise" in a presidential campaign, the former vice president said.

In a wide-ranging interview with the Associated Press, the president also said his former attorney Michael Cohen was “lying” under oath.

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When it comes to elections, the president wants to have it both ways.

The Republican and Democratic candidates for governor both say they want the race to be about local issues, not Donald Trump.

The House speaker reacted to a tweet from the president calling the adult-film star “Horseface.”

Yes, really.

Karen Budd-Falen will help write legal opinions about land policy.

The trend lines don't match.

The former Arizona sheriff contends an opinion piece hurt his standing with the GOP establishment and donors. He seeks $147.5 million in damages.

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The news media has been strengthening bias against Muslims. Here's how that could change.

  • Erik Bleich, Julien Souffrant, Emily Stabler, A. Maurits van der Veen
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We made a tool that shows the demographics of any House district in the country.

The spread of connected medical devices has left the health-care sector more exposed to cyberattacks.

After Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott's abrupt resignation, Gov. Bill Walker and his aides declined to give any information about Mallott's comment.

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Scholars have raised concerns that the court will now be far more conservative than the country as a whole. If that proves true, it won’t represent anything new.

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West’s relationship with power is becoming a problem. Fans give him that power.

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And that's a good sign for democracy.

  • Barry C. Burden, Rochelle Snyder
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