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Bannon Joins Long List of Trump Enemies Hit With Cease-and-Desist Letter

The move formalizes their feud, though he probably won’t end up on the much shorter list of people Trump’s actually sued.

Cuomo Vows to Sue Feds For Trump Tax Bill’s Discrimination Against New Yorkers

It’s a long shot, but if Republicans deliberately targeted blue states, that could be adjudged as unconstitutional.

Paul Manafort’s Lawsuit Against Robert Mueller Is Frivolous Political Theater

Manafort argues that the special counsel has no business sticking his nose in the pre-Trump campaign work he did in Ukraine. He’s wrong.

Trump to Attend College Football Title Game in ‘Crime Infested’ Atlanta

The White House is hoping for a warm reception but Trump might be in for a surprise.

Blake Farenthold Hasn’t Repaid Tax Dollars Used for Harassment Settlement, Despite Promise

Texas congressman Blake Farenthold said he’d pay back the $84K used to settle a sexual-harassment claim, but now he’s stalling.

Trump and Bannon Are Now Officially Enemies

After Bannon accused Don Jr. of “treason,” the president dropped the hammer on his former chief strategist.

White House Officials Are Afraid of Trump’s ‘Nuclear Button’

Thus far, Trump has allowed his advisers to overrule his worst instincts. But “the adults” are losing influence — and the “Button” is in his hands.

Donald Trump Didn’t Want to Be President

One year ago: the plan to lose, and the administration’s shocked first days.

Doug Jones Is Entering the Senate As a Regular Democrat Who’s Open to Bipartisanship

While you can expect him to reflect Alabama sensitivities in the Senate, he’s not going to be a Democrat in name only.

Trump’s Tweet Won’t Start a Nuclear War — But the Real Danger Is Still Terrifying

We’re about to see what happens when a powerful country loses credibility so rapidly it doesn’t know it’s gone.

North Korea Reopens Hotline to South: Breakthrough or Another Ploy?

Reestablishing communication could help ease tensions, or drive a wedge between the U.S. and South Korea.

2018 Could Be a Wave Election for Female Governors, Too

It looks like an unprecedented number of women – and especially Democratic women – could be elected to governorships in 2018.

Roy Moore’s Jewish Lawyer Is a ‘Passionate’ Doug Jones Supporter

Touted to refute charges of anti-semitism leveled against Moore, the Jewish lawyer voted and raised money for his opponent, Doug Jones.

Orrin Hatch to Retire, Meaning We Might See Senator Mitt Romney in 2019

Having the GOP presidential nominee and anti-Trump firebrand in the Republican caucus would be interesting.

Why a Government Shutdown Is Looming Again in January

Another month of GOP rule, another month of stressful and arbitrary deadlines.

Michele Bachmann Has Asked God If She Should Run for Al Franken’s Senate Seat

The former congresswoman and failed presidential candidate is weighing a return to politics, if God gives her the go-ahead.

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