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)
  • Analysis

Trump's focus on migrants traveling toward the United States is obvious in its intent.

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

  • Analysis

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.

  • Analysis

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

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

  • Analysis

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

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

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

  • Analysis

The five things you need to know about the U.S. plan to withdraw from this 1987 weapons treaty.

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Pelosi, speaking at a CNN event, would not say when she planned to relinquish power: "I am not going to make myself a lame duck."

  • Analysis

Trump has long admired authoritarians' strength. But letting them kill a journalist for an American newspaper with little recourse would be a tacit admission of his own weakness.

Michigan governor’s race shows the left’s willingness to rally behind anyone with a “D” after their name in 2018.

Both political parties can get behind offshore wind.

Ron DeSantis, the Republican, touted his ties to the administration, while Andrew Gillum, the Democrat, called the president a bully.

But don't bet they'll follow through on their rhetoric.

  • Analysis

Democracies are falling into disarray, and the U.S. isn't helping any.

  • Luis Schenoni, Scott Mainwaring
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Experts say agencies need contingency plans that do not rely on the Internet.

Michigan and North Dakota will vote on legalizing pot for recreational use. Utah and Missouri will vote on medical marijuana.

  • Analysis

Sure, they're running for office . . . but how many will win?

  • Charles W. Gossett, Andrew Reynolds
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  • Perspective

A government study says almost two-thirds of low-income adults in states that did not expand Medicaid had "unmet medical needs."

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