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With Republican challenger Josh Hawley aligning with President Trump's agenda, the outcome of Missouri's Senate election will also be a referendum on the president's popularity
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In the race to be the next governor of Michigan, recent public polls have shown Gretchen Whitmer with double-digit leads over her Republican opponent, Attorney General Bill Schuette
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The rare, wide-open race to lead the nation’s third-largest city will be a test of Chicago’s priorities and tensions in a moment when city finances have improved but fiscal turmoil remains, and when the downtown gleams but some neighborhoods struggle.
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions made clear that the Justice Department will oppose colleges and universities that stifle free speech on campus
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China will impose tariffs on another $60 billion of U.S. imports. But Beijing is running out of targets in a tit-for-tat trade war
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Poland's crackdown on judges has inspired protests and the threat of EU sanctions. But American officials have largely remained silent.
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Days before Judge Brett Kavanaugh was expected to receive a lifetime appointment to the country’s highest court, a woman has come forward with allegations that could derail his confirmation.
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Some advocacy groups hope the crowded and chaotic experience in the primary will spur the legislature to consider moving to ranked choice voting.
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Even after Robert Mueller's appointment, President Trump did things like ask witnesses about what they told Mueller’s investigators and put out misleading statements about contacts between his campaign and Russia
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President Trump ordered law enforcement and intelligence officials to declassify documents related to the Russia investigation and other inquiries
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After the U.S. slapped tariffs on Chinese tires in 2009, Chinese firms started building tire factories in the United States
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Here are some of the stories making news in Washington and politics today
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Nearly two weeks after the primary, Lori Trahan has been declared the winner in the Third District of Massachusetts
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NYT Politics 4h
Attorney General Jeff Sessions made clear that the Justice Department will oppose colleges and universities that stifle free speech on campus
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NYT Politics 5h
For those of a certain age in Washington, the past few days have felt like an eerie echo of the confirmation battle that consumed the capital in 1991
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NYT Politics 6h
Independents Approve of the Economy, but Will It Help Republicans in the Midterms?
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Jerry Brown Made Climate Change His Issue. The Result: Attacks From All Sides.
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McCaskill Battles Charges That She Is a Stranger in Her Own State
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On Politics: Kavanaugh Hearing Scheduled
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President Trump ordered law enforcement and intelligence officials to declassify documents related to the Russia investigation and other inquiries
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