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Report: Trump Administration Has Done Next to Nothing to Prevent Future Election Hacking

The Trump administration doesn’t seem to be taking the threat of future Russian election interference very seriously.

The Trump Doctrine in Afghanistan: Let the Generals Handle It

We’re about to find out what Mattis’s Pentagon will do with mostly unchecked authority to conduct a war.

Report: Obama Tried to Stop Russian Election Tampering, But Didn’t Really Think Putin Would Succeed

A new report suggests Obama knew about Putin’s intervention in the 2016 election and its aims, but didn’t move aggressively until it was too late.

Qatar Gets Slammed With List of Demands to Meet If It Wants Blockade to End

The Saudi-led coalition wants the tiny Gulf state to cut off ties with Iran and close Al Jazeera, ultimatums Qatar isn’t likely to meet.

Republican Aide Says ‘Moderates Always Cave.’ That Explains Everything.

This is why the Senate bill can ignore everything the “moderates” demanded and still probably pass.

The Perverse Presidency of Donald Trump

His singular policy aim appears to be overturning anything Obama accomplished.

Senate’s Trumpcare Bill Still Disliked by Pretty Much Everyone

GOP senators, governors, and medical groups expressed concerns, but the initial lack of enthusiasm may be part of McConnell’s plan.

As Brexit Talks Begin, the U.K. Has Few Cards to Play

Theresa May’s government is low on goodwill from the U.K. public, and the European Union.

After Ossoff Defeat, Georgia Democrats Are Looking For Some Answers

Should Democrats in places like Georgia keep trying to rebuild white support? Or should they focus on minority mobilization? The debate goes on.

Ossoff’s Loss Has a Silver Lining for Democrats

The emergence of a new game plan, from persuasion to motivation.

The Senate Is Now Investigating Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch

The Justice Department’s handling of the Clinton email investigation is at the center of the senators’ questions.

Another Republican Senator Comes Out As a ‘No’ on Health-Care Bill, Imperiling its Prospects

Dean Heller of Nevada said he could not support legislation as written. Now things get dicey for Mitch McConnell.

Fox & Friends Embarrasses Itself With Story About Comey’s New York Times Visit That Wasn’t

Turns out, the former FBI director was attending an event for a nonprofit that works with abused children.

Where Would We Be Politically If Hillary Clinton Had Won?

D.C. might still be revolving around legislative gridlock and investigations. But the electoral landscape would be very different.

As Senate Prepares to Attack It, Obamacare Now Favored by Majority of Americans

Obamacare’s popularity seems to be peaking just as Republicans get closer to taking it down in legislation that is not popular at all.

Trump Calls Mueller’s Friendship With Comey ‘Bothersome’

The president also admitted that his “tape” bluff was an attempt to intimidate Comey’s testimony.

Senate Health-Care Bill Includes ‘Buffalo Bribe,’ Shifting County Medicaid Costs to New York State

Inclusion of this House deal in the Senate bill shows McConnell playing the long game. But it could encourage shakedowns by fence-sitting senators.

‘I’m Worth the Trouble’: Nancy Pelosi Defiant As Democrats Discuss Ousting Her

About a dozen representatives met on Thursday to discuss whether there’s a way to force her out ahead of the midterms.

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