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The F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, and the N.S.A. director, Michael S. Rogers, answered questions from House lawmakers.
A scholar finds that the marital happy endings and all-white England of the author of “Pride and Prejudice” are winning her fans among white nationalists.
Autos are emerging as a potential point of contention ahead of President Trump’s meeting with his Chinese counterpart, but the industry sees no easy answers.
First 100 Days Briefing: Ahead of Intelligence Committee Hearing on Russia, Trump Protests ‘Fake News’
The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence convenes a hearing on Moscow’s meddling in the election — and on whether the Obama administration tapped Trump Tower.
Senate Democrats and Republicans will get their chance to assess Judge Neil M. Gorsuch, the Supreme Court nominee, on Monday. Here’s what to expect.
The F.B.I. director, along with the N.S.A. director, will meet on Monday with a panel investigating Russia’s role in the 2016 election.
A group of House Republicans, known as the House Freedom Caucus, pose possibly the greatest threat to the party’s chance to scrap the health care law.
The change reverses what aides say was the Obama administration’s tendency to micromanage, but it could raise questions of whether the president is exercising enough oversight.
After President Trump criticized his predecessor for golfing, the administration has provided few details about the time Mr. Trump spends at his clubs.
After the president’s latest attack on American intelligence agencies, questions resurfaced on whether they invade privacy and could undermine democracy.
A rhetorical version of dodge ball is a favored tactic for nominees regardless of their position on the political spectrum.
The plan, with its focus on defense, has met with skepticism in Washington, but supporters here cheer a leader doing “just what he said he was going to do.”
As Judge Neil M. Gorsuch prepares for his Supreme Court hearing, he may take a page from the playbook of some who went before him.
Will Democrats try to block Judge Neil M. Gorsuch’s confirmation or hold their fire for a later vacancy? Either way, he seems headed for the Supreme Court.
Adam Lerrick, set to be nominated as deputy under secretary of the Treasury for international finance, has been a vocal scold of global bodies like the International Monetary Fund for nearly 20 years.
The Senate, the House and the F.B.I. are conducting investigations into Russia’s election meddling, all with different agendas.
The episode, which occurred while President Trump was at his Florida estate, came just days after another intruder roamed the White House grounds while Mr. Trump was inside.
The senators will face pressure to vindicate their parties’ views both of Judge Neil Gorsuch’s worthiness to join the Supreme Court and of the process leading him there.
Casting aside their differences, at least publicly, both sides refrained from comment even as North Korea defiantly showed off a new missile engine.
Undoing and replacing the Affordable Care Act means bridging a vast gulf between the expectations of many working-class Trump voters and party orthodoxy.