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.

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The chief justice, for the first time, confronts the aftermath of a bitter battle over Justice Kavanaugh

Voting rights advocates say that voters of color are being disproportionately affected.

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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Why is Trump parroting Saudi Arabia’s lines on Jamal Khashoggi even before they do?

For the second time in two days, Trump effectively and helpfully previews the Saudi line on Jamal Khashoggi.

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The Elizabeth Warren Native American ancestry debate, explained

Could taking a DNA test backfire on her?

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Why the Cherokee Nation’s rebuke of Elizabeth Warren matters

The Nation issued a blistering statement Monday, marking a reversal -- in tone at least -- from where it stood in 2012.

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In this edition: A deep red state gets purple, Bernie Sanders hits the trail, Joe Donnelly supports ICE, and Democrats find a reason to love Mitch McConnell.

The president appeared to be urging the attorney general to fire Bruce Ohr, on a day when Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson’s attorney and Trump’s GOP allies jousted on Capitol Hill.

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Drug traffickers ship their goods through the U.S. Postal Service, which has vulnerabilities in its network, and use its delivery record as a marketing tool.

A November ballot measure would keep drilling farther from neighborhoods. Supporters cite serious health risks; industry warns of a severe economic impact.

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In an interview with Fox Business Network, the president said that he’s hearing names of potential 2020 contenders “that are shockingly bad, but they’re nasty.”

The senator, facing a tough reelection, acknowledged that some names in an open letter to her opponent were used without the women’s consent.

The appointment of Suzanne Israel Tufts caught lawmakers and agency officials by surprise.

The Cherokee Nation and other indigenous communities have long been frustrated over the seizure of cultural and social ties for political maneuvering.

In a television interview, the senator from South Carolina said Mohammed bin Salman “has got to go,” suggesting the country needs a new presumptive leader.

The Republican senator from South Carolina made the remarks in an interview Tuesday with “Fox & Friends.”

On Wednesday, the House minority leader is set to stump in Coral Gables with two Democratic women hoping to flip Republican seats to Democrats in South Florida.

The president reacted to Monday night’s ruling from District Judge S. James Otero on Twitter.

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Once again, Trump "counterpunches" downward.

The Senate GOP leader’s comments came one day after the White House reported that the government ran a deficit of $779 billion in the recent fiscal year, a 17 percent increase.

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