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    WaPo: Trump struggling to hire legal experts amid several investigations

    11:01
  • Cheney vows to do 'whatever it takes' to ensure Trump is never near White House again

    10:18
  • John Bolton: Trump 'didn't care' about classification system

    11:40
  • Energy Secretary Granholm: Inflation Reduction Act is 'consequential' for American people

    07:03
  • Rudy Giuliani informed he's a target of Georgia election probe

    09:58
  • Ben Rhodes: ‘Gravity is beginning to exert its pull on Donald Trump’

    09:24
  • Andrew Weissmann: Garland’s message to Trump was ‘put up or shut up’

    11:59
  • Laurence Tribe: 'The death of truth' is the most serious problem we face

    11:06
  • Joyce Vance: Concerns about classified documents include ‘spills and spoilation’

    10:06
  • GOP transforms from the party of law and order

    07:05
  • Andrew Weissmann: Garland had to have thought that Trump wouldn’t comply with a subpoena

    07:15
  • Biden kicks off August with big legislative win

    11:21
  • Jury orders Alex Jones to pay $45.2 million in damages to Sandy Hook parents

    01:40
  • Biden nears major legislative win after Dems agree on tax and climate bill

    09:02
  • Alex Jones ordered to pay $4.1 million to Sandy Hook parents

    00:23
  • U.S. commits to bringing Brittney Griner home following 9 year sentence

    04:17
  • NYT: Eastman continued to push voter fraud claims after Biden’s inauguration

    07:18
  • Michael E. Langley becomes first Black four-star Marine general confirmed

    00:31
  • Indiana GOP Rep. Jackie Walorski killed in crash

    00:43
  • Republican primaries give a glimpse into where the GOP is headed

    10:04

Steve Schmidt on why many Republican voters are splitting from Trump: ‘He’s a profound threat to the security of the country’

08:19

A striking new ad from Republican voters makes the case that their party has fallen under Trump. Meanwhile, polling shows voters who disliked both nominees in 2016 are increasingly willing to support Joe Biden