With dwindling personnel, the special counsel appears to be close to ending his investigation of the president and alleged Russian election interference.

(Joshua Roberts / Reuters)

The vice president plans to travel to Colombia two days after Venezuela’s opposition leader threatened a showdown over aid.

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Here are the 3 reasons it’s worrisome.

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In addition to being a questionable argument on the merits.

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It’s Mueller time (apparently). Here are four big questions.

The probe will likely wrap up soon. Here's what to watch for.

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‘That was my idea’: How Trump claims credit for nearly everything

President Trump never thinks he gets enough credit, even when touting made-up accomplishments.

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How McCabe feeds Trump’s narrative

President Trump seems preoccupied with former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe's media tour ... and it might not be for the reason you think.

Bolton vs. Biegun.

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A conversation with Roger McNamee on his new book "Zucked."

Investors are pressuring miners to act.

Once-wonky security proposals are now applause lines with voters.

Republican leaders have courted Trump’s secretary of state to return to his home state to seek the seat held by the retiring Sen. Pat Roberts (R).

States like Oregon are imposing new taxes to make up the difference.

During an appearance on a radio show, the White House hopeful justified her youthful drug experimentation by saying, “Half my family is from Jamaica, are you kidding me?”

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Focusing on small-scale mining may ignore bigger problems.

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One lawyer even speculated Congress could subpoena Mueller.

Whether or not it does, it will probably affect climate policies in the future.

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The presidential aide made a bold claim, but there's no evidence to back it up.

Dramatic testimony from the son undercut claims by father Mark Harris and his campaign strategist that they had not been aware of any red flags.

The resolution faces an uncertain fate in the Republican-controlled Senate.

The move opens another front in the battle between President Trump, his campaign and aggrieved former staff members.

Lanny Davis, a lawyer for Cohen, said President Trump’s former personal attorney “will not be deterred.”

“I have instructed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and he fully agrees, not to allow Hoda Muthana back into the Country!” the president tweeted.

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