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Correction fluids have improbably outlasted the typewriter and survived the rise of the digital office.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is now officially in the race, but her struggles to gain altitude illuminate the challenges of a crowded Democratic field.
Republicans’ rebuke of his national emergency shows how uninterested the president is in executing his own agenda.
At his sentencing, his lawyers seemed to be appealing as much to Trump as they were to Judge Amy Berman Jackson—but she seemed to have a message for the president, too.
Expectations that the special counsel will deliver a long narrative of Donald Trump’s malfeasance are likely to be disappointed.
Paul Manafort’s light sentence shows that the special counsel’s investigation is hardly a “witch hunt.”
A new book about the Troubles in Northern Ireland is a detective story about an unsolved murder. It’s also an examination of the cost of achieving peace.
Their urge to document the president's requests and interactions is justified by his behavior.
Trump has often folded during talks, but he chose to walk away from his summit with Kim Jong Un rather than take a deal he didn’t like.
Michael Cohen showed he’d learned some tricks from his former mentor.
The president’s former fixer is a profligate liar, but he is also unusually well positioned to speak about Trump’s history.
New claims from the president’s former fixer help fill in essential gaps in the Russia investigation.
The fevered speculation about when the special counsel will conclude his work overshadows how much the public already knows about the president and Russia.
A House election tainted by fraud gets its inevitable do-over.
With reelection looming and his wall all but defeated, the president sees a convenient political target on the left.
The circus in the Rose Garden threatened to distract from what the president actually did on Friday.
For weeks, GOP senators have warned the president against pursuing extraordinary measures. What now?
The president’s core beliefs about law enforcement don’t always align with those of the officers he claims to represent.
The congressman from North Carolina was famous for “freedom fries,” but his real signature was unorthodox politics.