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  1. Russian ambassador told Moscow that Kushner wanted secret communications channel with Kremlin

    Sergei Kislyak’s account of the meeting was captured by U.S. i…
  2. Senate Intelligence Committee requests Trump campaign documents

    The request to Trump's political operatives represents the first time that Trump's official campaign structure has been drawn into the Senate committee's ongoing bipartisan…
  3. For Trump’s golf course, PGA tournament is ‘the greatest marketing in the world’

    As the event draws attention to the president’s ownership of a golf course, fans wonder if the president will appear in p…
  4. Here's what the pins that Sheriff Clarke wears actually mean

    The sheriff declined to help identify the decorations on his…
  5. Hillary Clinton’s remarkably aggressive anti-Trump speech, annotated

    President Nixon comparisons? Oh, she went…
  6. John Boehner unloads on Trump: A 'complete disaster'

    Besides foreign policy, “Everything else he’s done has been a complete disaster,” Boehner said, according to an online energy publication. “He’s still learning how to be president…
  7. Montana's familiar story: A wealthy candidate became a warrior against the ‘establishment’

    The Democrats’ populism and calls for voters to unite against the very rich did not overcome the conservative call to fight a shadowy e…
  8. House Republicans will not concede they broke a fundamental health-care promise

    After a new CBO analysis finds the GOP plan would leave behind people with preexisting conditions, lawmakers seek to deflect…
  9. U.S. allies plan to give Trump an earful on climate change at G-7 summit

    Climate pleas come as Trump administration nears decision on abandoning Paris…
  10. President Trump's claim that he's already saved 'millions of jobs' on his foreign trip

    The president claims huge success on his brief foray overseas. But the hype doesn't live up to the…
  11. Greg Gianforte's win in Montana proves there's no penalty in politics for media bashing

    With voters saying their trust in the press is at an all-time low, politicians' attacks seem easily forgiven or even…
  12. What we've learned so far from the 2017 special elections

    Montana was an imperfect litmus test. So was everything…
  13. The GOP inherits what Trump has wrought

    The president’s behavior becomes a model — and a burden — for Republican candi…
  14. Will Trump’s budget cut mail delivery? Plan revives contentious question.

    Regarding another part of the budget, Rep. Steny Hoyer calls Trump’s plan to cut retirement programs for federal employees “…
  15. Trump's foreign trip gets 'The Wonder Years' treatment

    President Trump's first trip abroad has gone pretty…
  16. How would removing Trump from office affect U.S. democracy?

    Here's what we can learn from other countries' experiences with…
  17. Senators hope to have their own partial health-care draft after next week’s recess

    Still unclear is whether a bill can emerge from the Senate at all, let alone be acceptable in the…
  18. Trump's proposed budget does the opposite of what most U.S. taxpayers want

    The 'Taxpayer First' budget doesn't listen to the…
  19. What can Michael Flynn's actions tell us about the Russia investigation?

    Harvard's Alex Whiting explains where former national security adviser Michael Flynn might have broken the law. Plus, The Post's Greg Miller tells us how Flynn fits in the story of possible coordination between the Trump campaign and…
  20. Explaining the CBO's vision of health-care catastrophe in the GOP plan

    In one-sixth of the United States, the CBO said, insurance markets would become so unstable they would no longer…