Pete Buttigieg, the young and openly gay Midwest mayor, finds a voice in crowded Democratic presidential field


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Growing interest in the South Bend, Ind., mayor highlights the fluid nature of the 2020 primary campaign.

Another state signs on to popular vote bill that could decide the 2020 presidential election


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Colorado joins 11 other states and D.C. in the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, who pledge to use their electoral votes on whichever candidate wins the national popular vote.

Pelosi tamps down talk of Trump impeachment — welcome words for centrist Democrats


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With the House speaker setting the ground rules, lawmakers facing activists at town halls in the coming days have a ready-made answer: Listen to Nancy.

Race and the death penalty: Supreme Court to hear case of Curtis Flowers, tried six times for quadruple murder


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The justices will be judging the prosecutor and whether he discriminated against potential jurors who are black.

Trump administration struggles for path forward on nuclear talks as tensions mount with North Korea


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An aide to Kim Jong Un lashed out at Washington’s ‘gangster-like’ tactics, casting doubts on the future of negotiations.

Sen. Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign staff will join a union


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Trump finally found a ‘small group of people’ that isn’t a crisis: White nationalists


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Small groups of other people have led Trump to call for travel bans and a wall on the border with Mexico.

Ted Cruz campaign inaccurately reported loans from Goldman Sachs, Citibank loans, FEC says


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A clear majority of Americans oppose Trump’s emergency declaration


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Now that he’s vetoed congressional opposition, a reminder that the public is also opposed.

Why Congress’s rebuke of Trump’s emergency declaration matters – despite the president’s veto


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Beto O’Rourke’s hacking universe, explained


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He was not a “hacker” in the sense that you might think.

Trump issues first veto in targeting congressional rejection of his emergency declaration


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New Zealand reminds us that far-right attacks are on the rise far and wide — including in the U.S.


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The number of domestic terrorism attacks perpetuated by far-right extremists has climbed over the past decade.

Bernie Sanders gets seven stitches on his head, maintains campaign schedule


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A spokeswoman said the Democratic presidential hopeful injured himself on the edge of a glass shower door.

Lindsey Graham wants record of 25th Amendment discussions


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The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman has asked for a record of any communications about removing President Trump after he fired FBI Director James Comey.

Trump spent Friday morning offering sympathy to himself


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Over four tweets, the president offered his thoughts about his own dire plight.

Trump suggests, for the first time, there should be ‘no Mueller report’


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He did so despite the House voting 420-0 for its release and Donald Trump Jr. saying Mueller should “put it all out there.”

Sen. Bernie Sanders’s family to shut down its institute amid criticism


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The Sanders Institute, run by the senator’s wife and son, accepted private donations that would have come under scrutiny during the presidential campaign.

The path from online propaganda to murder isn’t only the domain of the Islamic State


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Jeb Bush says Trump should face a Republican primary challenger


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The former Florida governor and 2016 presidential candidate said the party deserves a choice.