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Mark Berman and Moriah Balingit report that conservative governors are working hard to solve the most important problems that their constituents face: Eleven states and state officials filed a lawsuit Wednesday challenging the ObamaShow More Summary

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Bernie Sanders is still scraping and clawing: Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign requested a recanvass in Kentucky’s presidential primary Tuesday, where he trails Hillary Clinton by less than one-half of 1 percent of the vote. The Sanders campaign said it has asked the Kentucky secretary of state to have election officials review electronic voting machines […]

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Hillary Clinton is hitting Donald Trump where it hurts: Hillary Clinton got more personal with Donald Trump on Monday, poking the presumptive Republican nominee for his businesses’ four bankruptcies, including his failed casinos. “What little we know of his economic policies would be running up our debt, starting trade wars, letting Wall Street run […]

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Donald Trump didn’t hold a rifle triumphantly over his head today, but just about: Donald Trump on Friday told the National Rifle Association that Hillary Clinton would take away the right to bear arms, moments after the gun group endorsed the presumptive GOP nominee at its annual meeting here. Calling the endorsement a “fantastic […]

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Mark Berman reports on the latest innovation in conservative lawmaking: Lawmakers in Oklahoma approved a bill Thursday that would make performing abortions a felony and revoke the medical licenses of any physician who assists in such a procedure. This sweeping measure, which opponents have described as unconstitutional and unprecedented, now heads to Gov. Mary […]

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After an extended period of contemplation and research, Donald Trump is ready to talk about the Supreme Court: Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for president, released Wednesday a list of 11 potential Supreme Court justices he plans to vet to fill the seat of late Justice Antonin Scalia if he’s elected to the […]

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Robert Costa and Philip Rucker report that Donald Trump’s new strategy is to address all the controversies he has created head-on, in order to show voters he’s a good guy: Trump put his tact to a test during an interview with The Washington Post here Monday afternoon. Unprompted, he delivered a five-minute soliloquy attempting […]

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Matea Gold keeps up the excellent reporting on the chaos that Donald Trump’s looming nomination has unleashed in the world of big GOP money-men: Leading Republicans are increasingly anxious that presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is lagging far behind Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton when it comes to having an organized network of big-money […]

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Jonathan Drew and Paul J. Weber preview the conflict between the federal government and conservative state and local officials over the new guidance on transgendered people and school restrooms: The guidance issued on Friday is not legally binding, since the question of whether federal civil rights law protects transgender people has not been definitively […]

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Ylan Q. Mui reports that even with the general election looming, Hillary Clinton isn’t stopping with the liberal stuff: Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton said she would support changes to the top ranks of the Federal Reserve, an issue recently championed by progressive groups amid debate over how long the central bank should keep […]

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Ed O’Keefe reports that Latinos have noticed the words and promises of the presumptive Republican nominee for president: Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is spurring a record number of citizenship applications and increases in voter registration among Latinos upset by the candidate’s rhetoric and fearful of his plans to crack down on immigration. Activists, lawmakers […]

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Julie Pace and Jill Colvin report on the latest musings from the mind of Trump: Donald Trump, the Republicans’ presumptive presidential nominee, says he’s narrowed his list of potential running mates to “five or six people,” all with deep political resumes. He says he has not ruled out New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a […]

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Looks like someone’s finally getting his reward for all that bootlicking: Donald Trump is looking beyond the convention, the fall campaign and election itself to begin to plan for a massive takeover affecting four million employees: the governing stage. In a new role, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will serve as chairman to assemble […]

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President Obama speaks out on the presumptive Republican nominee: President Obama on Friday urged the news media to closely scrutinize Donald Trump’s record and past comments, and avoid coverage that highlights “the spectacle and the circus” of the campaign trail. Obama previewed his role as an anti-Trump spokesman and pressed the media to follow […]

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Oh, the anguish of the principled conservative: House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) on Thursday declined to support presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying that he would be willing to do so if the real estate mogul could unify a bitterly divided Republican party. “I’m not there right now,” Ryan said on CNN’s […]

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Lauren Fox reports that Mitch McConnell is not changing his tune on the Supreme Court now that Marla Maples’ ex-husband is going to be the nominee of his party: Mitch McConnell is going to keep blocking President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland even if that means Donald Trump ultimately gets to fill the […]

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Caitlin MacNeal reports that Ted Cruz has just about had it with Donald Trump: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) seemed to hit a personal breaking point Tuesday, going off on Donald Trump and calling on Indiana voters to save the country from the current Republican presidential frontrunner. Heading into the make-or-break Indiana primary, Cruz did […]

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Steve Peoples and Jill Colvin report on the gaping void at the heart of the Trump campaign: The Republican presidential nomination may be in his sights, yet Donald Trump has so far ignored vital preparations needed for a quick and effective transition to the general election. The New York businessman has collected little information […]

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Ted Cruz has finally found the magic formula for stopping Donald Trump: As Senator Ted Cruz of Texas seeks every possible edge to stop Donald J. Trump, he has seized on a once-obscure issue with a proven power to inflame conservatives: letting transgender women use women’s bathrooms. Mr. Cruz mentions it constantly in Indiana, […]

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Donald Trump has apparently decided that this sexism thing is working great for him: A day after his chief rival picked a woman as a running mate, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump defended comments he made about Hillary Clinton playing “the woman card” saying the Democrat couldn’t even win a local election if she […]

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