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POLITICO Playbook PM: Democrats plan vote on anti-hate measure, as splits emerge

POLITICO Playbook PM: Democrats plan vote on anti-hate measure, as splits emerge

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) listens during a news conference on prescription drugs Jan. 10. | Alex Wong/Getty Images INCOMING! … SPOTTED: Rudy Giuliani on the 1 p.m. shuttle from LGA to DCA. BULLETIN -- ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER DEM OUT … DANIEL STRAUSS: “Sherrod Brown will not run for president in 2020”: “Brown said in a…
Mueller’s busy week offers new signs his report is coming soon

Mueller’s busy week offers new signs his report is coming soon

Special counsel Robert Mueller and his Justice Department supervisors are not saying anything official about the conclusion of their work, but Congress is getting ready. | Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images The Mueller probe appears to be in the home stretch. Some Trump aides and advisers have been making that claim for more than a year, with…
‘This Is Not 2016’: What People Don’t Get About Bernie Sanders and Race

‘This Is Not 2016’: What People Don’t Get About Bernie Sanders and Race

Sam Sanders is the host of NPR’s “It’s Been a Minute with Sam Sanders,” a talk show about the news of the week, featuring interviews with people in the culture who deserve your attention. He is also a recovering campaign reporter. When I first started covering Senator Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign in 2015, I thought…
House Democrats struggle in Trump’s news cycle

House Democrats struggle in Trump’s news cycle

When the House took the biggest vote on gun reform in 25 years, headlines were instead trained on former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen. | Eva Hambach/AFP/Getty Images House Democrats can’t escape Trumpmania. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her colleagues are living under a harsh new reality fueled by the rise of Donald Trump — a scandal-driven…
Trump and Russia: A timeline of the Mueller investigation

Trump and Russia: A timeline of the Mueller investigation

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Meet the Group Trying to Change Evangelical Minds About Israel

Meet the Group Trying to Change Evangelical Minds About Israel

Adam Wren is a contributing editor at Politico Magazine and Indianapolis Monthly. Inside a Navy Yard WeWork on M Street, Todd Deatherage spends his days trying to bring peace to the Middle East. That’s his home base when he’s not jetting off to the Holy Land, where he has made more than 50 trips over…
House overwhelmingly approves resolution urging release of Mueller report

House overwhelmingly approves resolution urging release of Mueller report

Democrats used the resolution, sponsored by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, to put pressure on Attorney General William Barr to make Robert Mueller’s highly anticipated findings public. | Mark Wilson/Getty Images The House on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a resolution calling on the Justice Department to make special counsel Robert Mueller’s findings and full report…
Cheney grills Pence on Trump’s foreign policy

Cheney grills Pence on Trump’s foreign policy

The civil but tense standoff between Vice President Mike Pence and former Vice President Dick Cheney put a spotlight on enduring fissures in the Republican Party over its foreign policy. | Alexandra Beier/Getty Images Foreign Policy In a private session, the former vice president told the current one that Trump's policy looks too much like…
Romney, Alexander to buck Trump on national emergency

Romney, Alexander to buck Trump on national emergency

President Donald Trump urged Republicans to stand with him ahead of the vote, tweeting “a vote for today’s resolution by Republican Senators is a vote for Nancy Pelosi, Crime, and the Open Border Democrats!” | Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images National Emergency The move sets up the first veto of Trump's presidency. By MARIANNE LEVINE 03/14/2019 11:18…
Trump denounces ‘horrible massacre’ in New Zealand

Trump denounces ‘horrible massacre’ in New Zealand

In a tweet, President Donald Trump mourned the shootings in New Zealand, which killed 49 and injured 48, as a senseless loss of life and offered support to the country. | Mark Wilson/Getty Images President Donald Trump on Friday offered his "warmest sympathies" to the people of New Zealand after a gunman killed at least…
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