• Perspective

Russian meddling is laid bare by the special counsel. Does the president have a plan to counter the threat in the future?

(Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)

A helicopter’s recent crash landing in South Carolina may have been triggered by an unmanned vehicle.

  • Alan Levin
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The president’s failure to gain traction on the plan, however, cannot be explained entirely by circumstance.

‘We’re going to bury it,’ vowed a senior official as the administration torpedoed one of four proposals. Young undocumented immigrants remain in limbo with no congressional action.

  • Perspective

Do Trump’s alleged affairs even matter?

The president's supporters probably don't care, which adds an unusual twist to media coverage of Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.

  • Perspective

‘Shut up and dribble’: Fox News host extends Trump’s efforts to silence political athletes

Athletes engage in politics because they are Americans first.

  • Analysis

The White House’s extremely dishonest statement on the Russia indictments

So many egregious claims. So few words.

At a gathering in Washington, officials ask feds for for more information about the 2016 hack attempt.

Robert Mueller’s indictment of a Russian plot to disrupt the 2016 election deals a fatal blow to Trump’s insistence that foreign interference was a fiction created by Democrats.

  • Analysis

Congressional inaction on guns and immigration underscore a disconnect. Polling shows overwhelming support for tougher background checks and a fix for “dreamers.”

So what comes next -- opening to democracy, or a crackdown on the opposition?

  • Lovise Aalen
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  • 18 hours ago
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The president visited a hospital and sheriff’s office near the school where 17 people were killed in a shooting rampage.

The National Enquirer’s publisher paid a former Playboy model for exclusive rights to a story that never ran, the New Yorker reports.

Called out by Chris Cuomo, the senator from Texas tweeted a photo of himself in front of a mic and asked when it would air.

White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly said he plans to discontinue top-secret access for employees with long-standing interim clearances.

The St. Petersburg-run effort included fake rallies, false identities and divisive slogans intended to boost Trump and undermine Clinton.

The incumbent has signaled he might reverse his decision to retire, amid GOP concerns about Blackburn’s viability in the general election in Tennessee.

  • Analysis

So is the White House claim that it proves that there was no collusion.

  • Analysis

There are still a lot of unanswered questions.

The long-serving Israeli leader faces mounting legal and political problems at home.

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