DACA finally lands in Supreme Court after Trump’s years-long battle
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DACA finally lands in Supreme Court after Trump’s years-long battle

The long-term U.S. residents who benefit from DACA — so-called Dreamers — have rallied to preserve the program, arguing that they typically had no role in their parents’…

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White House laughs off Anonymous book as old news
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White House laughs off Anonymous book as old news

And they say the book is likely to contain errors, based on the unusually secretive process by which it was written. “Normally, the publishers would do a pretty…

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Federal health contract funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars to Trump allies
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Federal health contract funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars to Trump allies

Over a four-and-a-half month stretch from September 2018 to January, the contractors collectively billed at least $744,000. The Department of Health and Human Services halted the contract in…

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There’s a Surprisingly Plausible Path to Removing Trump From Office
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There’s a Surprisingly Plausible Path to Removing Trump From Office

Getty Images In The Arena It would take just three Republican senators to turn the impeachment vote into a secret ballot. It’s not hard to imagine what would…

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Deval Patrick mulls late entry into Democratic primary
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Deval Patrick mulls late entry into Democratic primary

Patrick had been viewed as a prospective 2020 candidate after ramping up his political activity in 2018 by traveling to a handful of races across the country. Close…

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Trump weighs conditioning foreign aid on religious freedom
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Trump weighs conditioning foreign aid on religious freedom

The effort comes as Trump faces an impeachment inquiry that hinges in part on whether he froze military aid to Ukraine as a way to pressure its government…

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The insider’s guide to the impeachment hearings
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The insider’s guide to the impeachment hearings

House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff. | Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images When millions of Americans tune in to the House’s impeachment hearings, it won’t be what they regularly see on…

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What Laura Cooper told impeachment investigators
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What Laura Cooper told impeachment investigators

Laura Cooper, deputy assistant secretary of defense. | J. Scott Applewhite/AP Photo Laura Cooper, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for Russia and Ukraine, told impeachment investigators in…

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History Says Bloomberg 2020 Would Be a Sure Loser
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History Says Bloomberg 2020 Would Be a Sure Loser

If Michael Bloomberg is looking for evidence that a late entrant can win a presidential nomination, all he has to do is look back. About seven decades. It…

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Trump’s plan to shrink NSC staff alarms some
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Trump’s plan to shrink NSC staff alarms some

But whether a smaller, O’Brien-led NSC will have more influence on the president is far from clear. Trump has long chosen his gut instinct over policy advice. And…

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