Did the FBI ‘spy’ on Trump’s campaign?

The president has accused the FBI of “spying” on his campaign. Experts say that’s not quite accurate.

Meet Richard Painter, the anti-Trump former Republican who is running for Senate as a Democrat

If there’s a bipartisan never-Trump constituency out there, Painter is trying to find it.

The letter Trump sent to Kim Jong Un canceling the summit, annotated

“You talk about your nuclear capabilities, but ours are so massive and powerful that I pray to God they will never have to be used.”

Is Congress about to finally do something about its sexual harassment problem?

After months of delay, the Senate has introduced a bill that could overhaul rules lawmakers say have led to rampant sexual abuse in Congress.

Is Congress about to finally do something about its sexual harassment problem?

After months of delay, the Senate has introduced a bill that could overhaul rules lawmakers say have led to rampant sexual abuse in Congress.

Democrat Stacey Abrams just made history in Georgia’s governor’s race. But can she actually win?

Her plan to mobilize minority voters is a new strategy in the peach state.

4 surprising facts about Stefan Halper, a professor and top-secret informant on Russia

He was a professor of a Post reporter.

Why Democrats trying to build a blue wave in Texas are leaning left in the primaries

Some influential Democrats in the state are giving indications that they’d be okay with more liberal candidates winning Tuesday, despite what Washington Democrats want.

Trump just gave abortion foes a long-awaited win

His administration’s rule change couldn’t come at a better time for Trump, who’s seen his support from evangelical women slip.

The failed farm bill capped an awful week for Paul Ryan

First, moderate Republicans challenge him on immigration. Then, conservative Republicans call his bluff on the farm bill.

Why are House Republicans bucking their leadership on immigration?

One word: November

Who will decide which party controls the House? Whiter, wealthier Americans.

A data-driven look at the types of voters in swing districts.

The Russia report Trump likes best just took a big credibility hit

It gets a lot more difficult for Trump to justify undermining the Russia investigation if his own party doesn’t agree with him.

Women will probably lose more than they will win in 2018. But their candidacies are still a big deal.

Win or lose, experts say the record number of female candidates are changing how the political game is played.

As Trump lunches with Senate Republicans, here are their gripes with him

A shaky relationship is on really uneven ground right now.

The confusing battle over sports betting, explained

The decades-long battle tended to favored opponents of expanded gaming. But sports betting supporters got the last word.

Is the House on the verge of passing a ‘dreamers’ bill? Be very skeptical.

A petition to force a vote is just seven signatories shy. But there are lots of reasons this petition may never get those last seven.

The fight between Devin Nunes and the Justice Department over a spy, explained

Specifically for those of us who aren’t spies.

John McCain is poking Trump where it hurts this week

McCain, ailing in Arizona, is publicly engineering a bid to tank Trump’s pick to lead the CIA, Gina Haspel.

Ohio voters just made gerrymandering more trouble than it’s worth

And advocates think this is just the beginning for potentially historic redistricting reform in 2018.