There’s no indication Comey violated the law. Trump may be about to

Politics •  Analysis
There’s no indication Comey violated the law. Trump may be about to.
By threatening Comey, Trump’s lawyer may be violating whistleblower retaliation rules.
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Theresa May vows to ‘lead Britain forward’ despite staggering election blow
The British prime minister has lost her majority in parliament and faces questions over her leadership as the country faces critical talks on its E.U. exit.
By Griff Witte  •  Read more »
‘Run!’ Gunfire on a school playground still haunts the first graders who survived
In tiny Townville, S.C., first-graders are haunted by what they survived — and lost — on a school playground.
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The Fix •  Analysis
Trump thinks he got ‘total vindication’ from Comey. Except he didn’t.
So let’s go, point by point, on what Trump is missing.
By Amber Phillips  •  Read more »
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Right Turn •  Opinion
Comey’s testimony changed everything — and not in Trump’s favor
There’s no unringing the alarm bells.
By Jennifer Rubin  •  Read more »
The Plum Line •  Opinion
The latest Republican defense of Trump is built on a massive lie
Every Republican who claims Trump is a political “naif” who needs to “learn the rules” is full of it. Here’s the proof.
By Greg Sargent  •  Read more »
Judge denies bail for accused NSA leaker Reality Winner after not guilty plea
The judge ruled that Winner, 25, was a flight risk and public danger after prosecutors argued she may have taken more top-secret information as an Air Force linguist.
By Katie Mettler  •  Read more »
Behind Trump’s temporary silence: Why the counterpuncher let others do the punching
For one day, at least, the president exhibited restraint on Comey at the urging of his lawyers and advisers.
By Philip Rucker  •  Read more »
Comey: White House lied about me, FBI
The former FBI director said that after his firing, he leaked details of Trump talks to spur the appointment of a special counsel.
By Devlin Barrett  •  Read more »
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Monkey Cage •  Analysis
When you compare Trump to Nixon, think character not crime
Lordy, we hope there are tapes.
By Andrew Rudalevige  •  Read more »
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Analysis | 7 Telling moments in cable news’s coverage of Comey’s hearing
Analysis | Five things we just learned from the U.K. elections
How cable news networks are reacting to Comey’s hearing
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You can’t govern by id
Trump’s “unfiltered” tweets blur lines between policy and pathology.
By Charles Krauthammer  •  Read more »
Theresa May and the revenge of the Remainers
Macron attempts a feat that Trump wouldn’t dare
Were James Comey’s leaks lawful?
Comey just blew apart a leading GOP talking point about Trump and Russia
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These former NBA stars say their teams could beat the Warriors. They’re wrong.
Ex-players such as Magic Johnson, Julius Erving and Rasheed Wallace claim their championship teams from the past could easily defeat the Warriors. They’re all hopelessly wrong.
By Tim Bontemps  •  Read more »
Christian Pulisic is already delivering on the hype. Now, can U.S. soccer deliver in Mexico?
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With Penguins one win from the Cup, Sidney Crosby is again the center of attention
Sidney Crosby pushes P.K. Subban’s head into the ice, throws water bottle in Game 5
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FDA seeks removal of opioid painkiller from the market
The request, the first of its kind, reflects the agency’s stepped-up focus on the nation’s overdose epidemic.
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Nicole Kidman on ‘Big Little Lies’ abuse scene: ‘I just felt completely humiliated and devastated’
‘It’s discrimination’: Gay Trump supporter says his vote got him barred from pride parade
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A 4-year-old dies days after going swimming. Was ‘dry drowning’ to blame?
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Comey describes being ‘queasy’ when attorney general made Clinton request
After shock British vote result, Europe ponders the fate of Brexit negotiations
Thousands of Iraqis have fled Mosul, but this American family moved in
The center in British politics has all but disappeared, leaving the country as polarized as the U.S.
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Claims for US jobless benefits fall by 10,000 to 245,000
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