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Gary Cohn Is the Front-runner to Replace Yellen As Fed Chair: Report

The former Goldman Sachs president could soon lead one of the most powerful regulators of Wall Street.

Watching the Downfall of a Presidency in Real Time

Trump Jr.’s emails may or may not be the “smoking gun.” But what seems clear is that this is only the beginning of what investigators could uncover.

Twitter Users Sue Trump for Blocking Them

Americans have a First Amendment right to troll the president, they argue.

American Culthoppers

They’ve been juicers, rappers, Evangelicals. One ran for Congress. But no matter where these brothers go, they can’t quite seem to fit in.

For the First Time in Nearly a Decade, an American Man Is in a Grand Slam Semifinal

With his upset of Andy Murray, American Sam Querrey has reached the first Grand Slam semifinal of his career.

Republican Voters Have Lost Their Enthusiasm for Repealing Obamacare

The belief that the GOP Congress absolutely has to repeal Obamacare or face the wrath of angry base voters is an exaggeration at best.

Trillion-Ton Iceberg Breaks Off Antarctic Ice Shelf

The development suggests that the entire ice shelf may eventually collapse, leaving glaciers free to drift off of land and raise sea levels.

Trump Jr. Tells Hannity He Saw Meeting As ‘Opposition Research’ (From a Foreign Power)

Unsurprisingly, Hannity didn’t press him on the part where he was told the Russian government wanted to influence the election.

White House Infighting in Overdrive Following Latest Russia Controversy: Reports

Leakers say Trump has soured on his lawyer, who’s fed up with Kushner, who may be out to get Don Jr. — and everyone wants to fire Reince Priebus.

Election Law Expert Robert Bauer on What Don Jr.’s Emails Mean for the President

A Q&A with the former White House counsel on what crimes may have been committed, how it affects the Russia probe, and the implications for Trump.

Don Jr. Won’t Be Charged With ‘Collusion,’ But the Trump Team Could Be in Big Legal Trouble

His interest in obtaining damaging Clinton information may violate several laws against campaigns working with foreign powers.

House GOP Proposes $1.6 Billion for Border Wall

The money, included in a Homeland Security spending bill, is likely to set up a shutdown fight with Democrats.

Feds Ramp Up Investigation Into Jane Sanders

Serious problem for Bernie’s 2020 ambitions, or a Trumped-up case?

White House: The Real Story Of Don Jr.’s Emails Is That Democrats Are Bad

The administration is already brainstorming how they can spin this into a “conversation” about Clinton’s mishandling of “sensitive intelligence.”

McConnell Scrubs Half the Senate’s August Recess As GOP Scrambles to Save Its Agenda

Will the extra time enable Republicans to come up with a health-care bill 50 senators support? Or deals on taxes and the budget?

The Least the GOP Can Do Now Is Demand the Firing of Jared Kushner

Kushner attended a meeting that was explicitly framed as an opportunity to benefit from Russian meddling. And he still has a security clearance.

Trump’s Biggest Political Asset Is Supporters Who Believe Any Negative News Is Fake

GOP “base” voters have long regarded the media as “biased” allies of their enemies. It’s taken Trump to convince them any bad news is just made up.

Donald Trump Jr. Emails Confirm He Was Solicited With Information From Russians to ‘Incriminate Hillary’

“This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump.”

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