The president plans to keep focusing on immigration and a migrant caravan as his best contrast with Democrats ahead of Election Day, advisers said.

(Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post)

Putting their bitter 2016 primary rivalry behind them, President Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) praised each other onstage in Houston.

Several states and civil rights groups have filed lawsuits against including a citizenship question in 2020 Census.

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A ‘Fox & Friends’ voter panel rebels when asked about the migrant caravan

Steve Doocy asked a panel of independent voters to imagine a migrant caravan of up to 20,000 people storming the border. The panel did not cooperate.

  • Analysis

The late Trump bump — and what it does and doesn’t mean

Trump is as popular as or more popular than 7 of the last 17 presidents to face midterm elections. But everyone below him got drubbed in the midterms.

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How the Georgia governor’s race could reshape the voting rights debate

It's a debate that Republicans have been winning for years.

The ad, which comes two months after McCain’s death, highlights the faces of a diverse country and features audio of the Arizona Republican saying, “We stand for truth against falsehood.”

His decorations included the Distinguished Service Medal and two Navy Distinguished Public Service Awards.

Republicans hope to retain their congressional majorities by playing on fears about migrants. Democrats are trying to maintain a focus on health care ahead of the election.

The president’s announcement, aimed at the middle class, comes shortly before elections.

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Recent gathering of experts on personnel policies also supports Trump administration plan to break up Office of Personnel Management, senior management official says.

The members want to know what the U.S. intelligence community knew, when and if they had a duty to warn Khashoggi of potential threats to his life.

In a series of tweets, the president also again blamed Democrats for immigration woes in the United States.

It will be the first time that George Papadopoulos, one of the first people in President Trump’s orbit to fall under FBI investigation, has spoken to congressional investigators.

Democrats argue the move will further undermine access to care for people with preexisting conditions.

Critics said Brat should have used quotation marks or put Bernanke’s words into his own.

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Fear of immigrants coming to the U.S. once again moves to the forefront of Republican electoral strategy.

The exchange was captured on the student's phone, which continued recording video even after Perdue had taken it.

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Where it has traveled so far -- and how far it has to go.

President Trump’s son-in-law and White House adviser said he has advised Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to be “fully transparent.”

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