As Biden visits, Palestinians reminded of their descent into autocracy

For Palestinians who have never known a peace process, never participated in elections, and seen their cause sidelined — Biden's visit holds little hope.

By Shira RubinJuly 13, 2022

Federal employee satisfaction, engagement show steep drop under Biden

A study finds federal employees less satisfied with their jobs ]and less engaged with their work despite the change to the avowedly pro-employee Biden administration.

By Eric YoderJuly 13, 2022

Mexico’s president meets Biden amid tension over migration, fentanyl

A month after boycotting Biden’s Western Hemisphere summit, Andrés Manuel López Obrador goes to the White House for a make-up meeting.

By Mary Beth Sheridan and Ashley ParkerJuly 12, 2022

Elon Musk says Trump should ‘hang up his hat and sail into the sunset’

Musk responded to a video of Trump claiming Saturday that the billionaire Tesla CEO lied about voting for the former Republican president.

By Timothy BellaJuly 12, 2022

Sen. Hawley accused of transphobic questioning at abortion hearing

The Missouri Republican refused to acknowledge that some transgender men can get pregnant.

By Mariana AlfaroJuly 12, 2022

‘He is not an impressionable child’: Cheney lays marker on Trump, crime

Cheney has repeatedly sought to guide a potential criminal case against Trump. On Tuesday, she did it again.

By Aaron BlakeJuly 12, 2022

Democrats’ desire to turn the page on Biden in 2024 is highly unusual

There appears to be little or no precedent in recent history for so many voters of a president's base wanting to nominate someone else.

By Aaron BlakeJuly 12, 2022

The dispute between Trump’s and Bannon’s legal teams

A new filing indicates that a Donald Trump lawyer disputed what Stephen K. Bannon's team claims about executive privilege. And now Bannon's team is firing back.

By Aaron BlakeJuly 11, 2022

Abortion is now banned in these states. See where laws have changed.

Thirteen states had "trigger bans" to criminalize abortion when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Several other states are working to enact other laws.

By Caroline Kitchener, Kevin Schaul, N. Kirkpatrick, Daniela Santamariña and Lauren TierneyJuly 12, 2022

‘Unhinged’: The White House meeting that preceded Trump’s ‘will be wild’ tweet

Even for a White House known for its unconventional chaos, the Dec. 18, 2020, meeting was an extraordinary moment.

By Rosalind S. Helderman and Josh DawseyJuly 12, 2022

Trump hid plan for Capitol march on day he marked as ‘wild’, panel says

New evidence and testimony showed the president’s tweet promoting a protest on Jan. 6 united extremist groups and led to calls for violence.

By Isaac Stanley-Becker and Jacqueline AlemanyJuly 12, 2022

Jan. 6 panel escalates showdown with Trump over influencing witnesses

Rep. Liz Cheney put Trump allies on notice for witness tampering. Then Trump allegedly made a call himself.

By Isaac Arnsdorf and Josh DawseyJuly 12, 2022

Ex-Oath Keeper outlines dark worldview behind U.S. Capitol attack

Jason Van Tatenhoves' testimony underscored how Donald Trump’s rhetoric about “fighting” political opponents was received as an order to mobilize.

By Hannah AllamJuly 12, 2022

The fight over presidential age is unfolding in the oldest America ever

About Trump, Biden and the tens of millions of other older Americans.

By Philip BumpJuly 12, 2022

Lawmakers push Biden to declare public health emergency on abortion

More than 80 Democratic House members signed a letter calling on Biden to invoke emergency powers in the wake of Roe v. Wade being overturned.

By Yasmeen AbutalebJuly 12, 2022

The Trailer: Inside the unusual primaries where Republicans who voted to impeach Trump might survive

In this edition: MAGA game theory in Washington, a big week for the Dump Biden movement, and a talk with the Vermont Republican who thinks this is the year Democrats run out of luck.

By David WeigelJuly 12, 2022

Parscale quietly blamed Trump — and himself— for Jan. 6. Then came a 180.

Parscale blamed Trump for Jan. 6. A month later, he urged Trump to run again. It's merely the latest example of an ally evolving in a convenient way.

By Aaron BlakeJuly 12, 2022

Jill Biden causes minor flap by comparing Latino diversity to tacos

Jill Biden said the Latino community is "as unique as the breakfast tacos here in San Antonio." After Latino groups complained, she quickly apologized.

By Ashley ParkerJuly 12, 2022

What is witness tampering? And could this charge apply to Trump?

Witness tampering isn't often prosecuted, but the seeds are there for a charge, potentially against Trump himself.

By Amber PhillipsJuly 12, 2022

Trump has never been held accountable for impeding inquiries. It shows.

In the Russia probe, in his first impeachment and now, Trump has worked to obstruct investigators. He keeps doing it because he keeps getting away with it.

By Philip BumpJuly 12, 2022

Justice Dept. announces task force to fight overreach on abortion bans

The effort is the latest Biden administration response to Supreme Court ruling last month that overturned Roe v. Wade.

By David Nakamura and Rachel RoubeinJuly 12, 2022

Jan. 6 hearing: Trump tried to contact committee witness, an effort referred to Justice Department, Cheney says

The Jan. 6 committee hearing on Tuesday is focusing on the role of violent extremists attacking the U.S. Capitol and President Donald Trump's involvement in promoting the mob.

By John Wagner, Eugene Scott, Amy B Wang, Isaac Arnsdorf and Mariana AlfaroJuly 12, 2022

5 takeaways from the Jan. 6 hearing on extremism and Trump

The hearing focused on the nexus between extremism and Trump’s attempts to stay in power.

By Amber PhillipsJuly 12, 2022