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6 takeaways from Liz Cheney’s book assailing Trump and his ‘enablers’

Former Wyoming representative Liz Cheney's new book offers a rare peek inside the Republican cloakroom at what she heard from her colleagues about “the Orange Jesus,” as one wryly called Donald Trump. 2 hours ago

Henry Kissinger’s ties to Harvard date back to the 1940s when he was a star student, then a young professor

Before his time as a diplomat and presidential adviser, Kissinger was a Harvard man whose undergraduate thesis earned him widespread acclaim, though his relationship with the university would become more complicated in later years.

Senate Democrats authorize subpoenas in the Supreme Court ethics probe as Republicans stage walkout

The vote from the 11 Democrats would authorize subpoenas for Republican megadonor Harlan Crow and conservative activist Leonard Leo.

Appeals court reinstates gag order that barred Trump from maligning court staff in N.Y. fraud trial

A New York appeals court Thursday reinstated a gag order that barred former president Donald Trump from commenting about court personnel after he disparaged a law clerk in his New York civil fraud trial.

DeSantis and Newsom will face off in a Fox News event featuring two governors with White House hopes

The two are squaring off in a nationally televised event that will feature two young, high-profile leaders with presidential aspirations.

Cities must replace harmful lead pipes within 10 years under new Biden administration plan

It is the strongest overhaul of lead rules in more than three decades and will cost billions of dollars. Pulling it off will require overcoming enormous practical and financial obstacles.

McCarthy privately recounts terse phone call with Trump after ouster

During the call, the former president detailed the reasons he hadn’t intervened during the effort to remove Kevin McCarthy as speaker.

RFK Jr.’s campaign spending is as unconventional as his run for president

Running for president as a political neophyte, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s campaign has been financed by millions in donations from a motley group of supporters that include a sizable group who share Kennedy’s vaccine skepticism.