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Surrogates look to rally supporters in a state Democrats want to put in play for 2020

Trump faces criticism from the parents of a British teenager killed in a car accident after he tried to arrange a White House meeting between the parents and the American involved in the accident

In an Oval Office meeting, there was consensus “the economy was really strong...and that what’s going to get him re-elected...,” said economist Stephen Moore

Mick Mulvaney said Trump’s decision to hold up aid to Ukraine was tied to his demand that Kyiv investigate events related to the 2016 U.S. election. Then he said it wasn’t.

The GOP’s demographics and priorities have shifted since 2016. Will those trends carry Mr. Trump through impeachment to a second term—and outlast him?

FAA says two Boeing employees sent concerning messages regarding the certification of the 737 MAX that were brought to its attention only this week

State Department official raised concerns in 2015 over Hunter Biden

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Jared Kushner’s real-estate firm raises new conflict of interest issues for Donald Trump.

New: Bernie Sanders to unveil HIV/AIDS research initiative to spur development of new drugs to treat the disease.

As the House passed the health-care bill, Republicans cheered while Democrats responded with: "Na na na na, hey hey hey, goodbye."

Of 549 administration positions requiring Senate confirmation: Confirmed: 15 Nominated: 18 No one nominated: 516

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