Trump said he had decided to sign the bill despite his reservations, arguing that it provides much-needed funding for the military.

WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 20: President Donald Trump talks during a meeting with Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the Oval Office at the White House on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post)

The president’s intervention to seemingly derail the megaproject was less about its merits and more about who was in control.

The president’s unhappiness was fueled Friday morning how it often is, with Trump in the residence watching “Fox and Friends.”

The now-embattled data firm used data from Facebook and other sources to test its ‘psychographic’ profiling in the 2014 midterms.

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The young voices that feel excluded from the March for Our Lives

Many conservatives and students of color feel that their voices have been suppressed.

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Trump would rather just complain

Friday's bizarre scene shows Trump has no interest in legislating -- only complaining.

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Why did Trump threaten to veto a spending bill hours before he signed it?

A few educated guesses.

The Senate candidate gave 20 paid speeches from early 2017 to early 2018.

Eric Greitens is aggressively trying to clear his name following lurid allegations and a backlash in his own party.

The money comes despite the district being considered “safe” for Republicans.

Investigators are looking into whether Hunter spent campaign funds improperly to benefit friends and family.

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Why does Trump keep passing the buck?

President Trump dismissed the young foreign policy adviser as a ‘low level volunteer,’ but emails show he had more-extensive contact with key campaign figures than previously known.

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That certainly doesn't mean, though, that it's as powerful as it was then.

You can worry about plenty of other things instead.

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A conservative Democrat, he entered the history books as the only person ever to deliver keynote addresses at both political parties’ presidential nominating conventions.

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A Republican-controlled Congress just passed two proposals that could limit people's gun use. Or that might not change a thing.

The senator, a former POW who was tortured in Vietnam, asked her to detail her part in the agency’s controversial techniques.

Bolton's in as national security adviser.

Research from the embattled data-science firm informed the super PAC’s work in three states in the 2014 midterms, documents show.

The Cambridge Analytica controversy has lawmakers wondering whether it's time for a comprehensive data privacy law in the United States.

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