While some aides see a welcome distraction from bad news, some worry about the appearance of an “enemies list.”

(Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post)

Navigate the new government health plan’s details, from how to sign up for online exchanges to when benefits will kick in

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All the times the Senate has actually stood up to Trump

When you break it down, it has dabbled with opposing Trump a lot but only seriously confronted him once.

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How Trump’s security-clearance gambit could actually get him in deeper trouble with Mueller

Experts say if the officials whose security clearances he's revoking are considered witnesses in the Russia probe, it could be construed as illegal retaliation.

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The top 10 governor’s races of 2018 heavily favor Democrats

Eight of our 10 races most likely to flip parties right now are for Republican-held seats.