Republicans step up defense of ‘not qualified’ judicial nominees
GOP senators are ratcheting up their attacks on the American Bar Association, which has emerged as a stumbling block in President Donald Trump’s effort to transform the courts.
- Pence to host Flake and other GOP senators for dinner ahead of tax vote
Inside the ‘Lewandowski Embassy’
Like Steve Bannon at the Breitbart office, Lewandowski stays upstairs when he’s in town. The lower floors house a lobbying firm and sometimes a radio show.
- Woman accuses Moore of assaulting her when she was 16
Inside the Podesta Group's last days
The firm's chief executive is leaving to start her own lobbying shop as Tony Podesta's firm prepares for the end.
- Cohn says he's still a Democrat
Obama, opening his foundation's first summit, calls for fixing civic culture
Though he has stayed active in politics, Obama said he believes he’s up to something bigger.
Judge rebukes handling of JFK records
The newly released records about Kennedy's assassination are a fraction of what remains — and some aren't even new.
Reines leaves consulting firm to protest Trump full time
Hillary Clinton's longtime gatekeeper plans to write a book while continuing to support his old boss.
- Judge dismisses Palin defamation lawsuit against New York Times
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