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The Constitution includes detailed instructions for impeachment. But there’s no clear answer on whether a president may be criminally prosecuted.
The North has recently test-fired missiles based on a technology that would give the United States little warning of an attack. And they seem to work.
Despite continuing criticism, President Trump has rejected calls to fully divest from his family’s golfing empire, which reportedly accounts for about half of his personal revenue.
One aspect of national security would be shortchanged in the president’s budget proposal: protecting against deadly pathogens, man-made or natural.
Mrs. Trump’s travels with the president were something of a coming-out party, which may offer clues to what kind of first lady she could become.
John F. Kelly, the homeland security secretary, played down reports of a back channel. The president, meanwhile, resumed using Twitter as a weapon.
The emblem used by the Trump Organization in the United States had to be changed in Britain, since it belongs to another family.
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Despite intense lobbying by world leaders, Mr. Trump did not endorse the Paris climate accords on the last day of his trip abroad.
After a 17-season career in the major leagues, mostly with the Tigers and the Phillies, Mr. Bunning became a fervently conservative politician in Kentucky.
President Trump arrived home Saturday to face reports that his son-in-law is under scrutiny in inquiries into possible ties between Russia and associates of Mr. Trump.
When the president suggests that many allies “owe massive amounts of money” to the alliance, he has a point, but he mischaracterizes the way it works.
Gabe Fleisher is the 15-year-old high school freshman behind the popular and surprisingly sophisticated Wake Up to Politics newsletter.
The freshman Republican from Louisiana has a famous name and a low-key approach — except for the occasional comedic swing.