It’s clogged with former members of Congress-turned lobbyists, and presidential candidates such as Elizabeth Warren won’t have an easy time cleaning it out with their policies.
Distorted videos of Pelosi cap off a week of tensions with Iran, partisan sparring in Congress, and rollbacks of LGBTQ protections. Welcome to “Infrastructure Week.”
The real standout in the 2020 Democratic field is Barack Obama—and he has yet to give his powerful endorsement to anyone. Plus: What’s up with the Freedom Caucus?
More subpoenas, this time for Annie Donaldson, chief of staff to former White House Counsel Don McGahn, and Hope Hicks. Plus: Elizabeth Warren has policies. Lots of them.
Allies spin Trump’s chumminess with Putin as part of a complex routine in which he plays “good cop” to the rest of his administration’s bad cop. Plus: $1.6 billion to return to the moon.
Mutually assured tariff hikes from the United States and China. Plus: Montana Governor Steve Bullock thinks there’s still room for him in the 2020 Democratic field.
After four months of 'acting,' Patrick Shanahan passes his audition for Defense Secretary. Plus: What do the Democratic voters who flipped the House want now?
The House Judiciary Committee voted to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress for refusing to release the unredacted Mueller report. Plus: Remember the Mooch?
Attorney General Barr called a letter from Mueller criticizing Barr’s characterization of the investigation “a bit snitty.” Plus: Who remembers Roger Stone?
Joe Biden wants the unions’ support—do they want him? Plus: Congressional Democrats announced a $2 trillion infrastructure deal with President Donald Trump.
The Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that will determine whether the 2020 census records citizenship. Plus: Republicans want to investigate the Mueller investigation.
Elizabeth Warren has a plan to cancel student debt, make public college free, and create a fund for HBCUs. Plus: Seth Moulton is officially running for president.
Everything you need to know about the 448-page special counsel’s report.
A breakdown of the massive, 448-page document
The details the special counsel apparently found most important for the public to know
How White House aides survive the whims of the president. Plus, what is George P. Bush up to?
Inside Ivanka Trump’s “snow globe” world. Plus: White House officials reportedly pressured U.S. immigration authorities to release detained immigrants into sanctuary cities.
British police arrest Julian Assange. Plus: Federal prosecutors charged a former White House counsel under Obama, in a case stemming from the Mueller probe.
Meet the 2020 candidate who doesn’t want your vote and has a 17-year-old campaign manager. Plus: Kirstjen Nielsen’s job prospects.
William Barr told Congress it’ll receive a copy of the Mueller report “within a week”—but heavily redacted. Plus: What Israel’s elections mean for American Jews.