The president’s son-in-law describes his interactions with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak and other Russian officials as typical contacts in his role as the Trump campaign’s liaison to foreign governments, according to an 11-page prepared statement he plans to submit to Senate and House intelligence committees.
The president's allies on Capitol Hill have described the dynamic between the White House and GOP lawmakers as a “disconnect” between Republicans who are finding it difficult to accept that he is the leader of the party that they have long controlled.
The debut of the president’s retooled communications team on the Sunday political talk shows was a rough one.
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As Islamic State territory in Iraq and Syria is whittled away, coalition forces are worried that Afghanistan’s notoriously ungovernable eastern provinces could become a safe haven for fleeing fighters and a new staging ground for attacks on the West.
The General Services Administration removed Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab from its list of approved vendors on July 11, but it offered no additional information to local and state government agencies from coast to coast about the risks of sticking with the company.
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Part of Rock Creek Parkway near Massachusetts Avenue NW and another part near the Kennedy Center were closed due to flooding.
Capital Weather Gang
We've suffered through seven straight days of humid weather and it's about to end.
More than a year after President Obama’s transportation secretary appointed a trio of safety experts to Metro’s governing panel, two of them could be replaced as soon as Monday.
The beer garden has revised its plans, including moving two-thirds of the proposed 600-person capacity indoors, but many neighbors are unconvinced.
D.C. Sports Bog
Doug Williams and Greg Manusky have legitimate qualifications, but their recent hires highlight the team's reliance on nostalgia for the fading glory days.
The MVP candidate is tinkering and simplifying his swing against harder throwers.
Nine are dead among dozens of people whom authorities found inside a sweltering tractor-trailer in a suspected immigrant smuggling operation.
The case establishes that HIV may be controllable in some way other than a daily, lifelong regimen of antiretroviral drugs.
The nation is grappling with profound questions — as political as they are existential — following Sarah Halimi’s vicious slaying. The suspect is her neighbor, a Franco-Malian Muslim.
The 160-year-old magazine, which is profitable and adding staff as its longform stories go viral, has gotten very good at flipping conventional wisdom upside down.
Discovery Channel's much-hyped ‘Phelps vs. Shark: Great Gold vs. Great White’ special was missing one key ingredient.
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Season 7’s second episode, was satisfyingly overstuffed with everything you could want — scheming, fighting, threatening, killing, even graphic surgery.
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