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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes later cited the classified documents as proof of potentially improper spying activity against President Trump and his transition team. Today’s revelation led Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the intelligence panel, to call for Nunes to recuse himself from a probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election, while others have called for his removal as committee chairman.
The Fix
Analysis
News that the chair of the House Intelligence Committee is briefing the White House on his investigation has raised alarms with ethics experts.
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President Trump wants a tax cut across the board, according to the plan he published during the campaign. But House Speaker Paul Ryan and colleagues have put forward a plan that would not substantially reduce taxes for the middle class, and many households would pay more.
 The first family walks to Marine One on the lawn of the White House. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
The first family walks to Marine One on the lawn of the White House. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
She's rarely seen in New York City outside the tower that bears her husband's name. Paparazzi call her the "great white whale." Two months after President Trump's swearing in, the nation’s new first lady remains largely out of the public eye.
His remarks indicated that Republicans may be trying to regroup more quickly than the House speaker suggested they would on Friday when he declared Obamacare “the law of the land” for the foreseeable future.
A threatened filibuster by some Democrats on the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch potentially dashes Republican hopes for an easy victory after the stinging defeat of the party's health-care bill.
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The ride-sharing service will use Northern Virginia as a testing ground for a carpooling feature, described by Uber as “digital slug lines.” Slugging experts say since the trips aren’t free, it’s not real slugging.
The 18-year-old had a shotgun, bombmaking materials and detailed plans, the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office said.
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(Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)
The school ranks among the city’s lowest-performing high schools on core measures, but administrators are trying to change that. “We are trying to create an environment where going to college is what Ballou does,” the principal said.
A lawyer for one of the two teenagers — who are in the country illegally and accused of raping a 14-year-old girl — called the encounter in a bathroom stall at the school “pre-planned.”
Roger Wilkins
1932–2017
Roger Wilkins shared a Pulitzer Prize for his editorials about Watergate for The Washington Post.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s administration says 400,000 residents would get health care through the expansion, but state Republicans argue the federal government could leave the state on the hook for costs after 2020.
The woman who filed the grievance against Circuit Court Judge Hassan El-Amin wants to know why she cannot get details of the punishment.
Perspective
The Redskins’ president speaks out on the team's front-office shake-up. What's missing is any personal responsibility.
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"Dr. Gridlock" addresses Metro, traffic and other transportation issues.
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The Fix
The network's Sunday evening “news alert” was roundly mocked online for its timing — and because it wasn't true.
Scientists continue to publish research hinting that the changes could be altering the jet stream, and therefore, causing extreme weather to get stuck in place.
The Fix
Analysis
Weekly polling, which is less volatile than the daily figures, shows the president’s approval rating has declined with Americans the Republican Party needs.
The toll of the legislation, mostly from PayPal calling off big plans for the state, is far higher than earlier estimates.
The move scraps requirements for programs that train new K-12 teachers and rolls back a set of rules outlining how states must carry out the Every Student Succeeds Act, a bipartisan federal law meant to hold schools accountable for student performance.
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