Washington Posts – Trump is struggling to stay calm on Russia

Trump is struggling to stay calm on Russia, one morning call at a time
The White House is laboring to adapt to the expanding Russia probe — and to the president’s pugnacious outbursts.
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Trump congratulates himself for influencing Comey’s testimony with White House tapes ruse
“It wasn’t very stupid; I can tell you that.”
By Aaron Blake  •  Read more »
The Health 202: McConnell will be a legislative wizard if health care passes
All bets are currently off.
By Paige Winfield Cunningham  •  Read more »
The Post’s new findings in Russia’s bold campaign to influence the U.S. election
Here is a look at the events in the administration as the White House proposed various ways to punish Russia during the final months of the presidential campaign.
By Julie Vitkovskaya  •  Read more »
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Trump says ‘we’ll have to see’ if Mueller should step down from Russia probe
President Trump laid out his belief that special counsel Robert S. Mueller III is biased in the expanding Russia investigation.
By Philip Rucker  •  Read more »
Trump visited this Boeing factory to celebrate jobs. It just announced layoffs
At a factory in South Carolina, President Trump proclaimed, “We are going to fight for every last American job.” Now workers are going to lose their jobs.
By Danielle Paquette  •  Read more »
Opinion
Democrats will keep losing, unless they do this
Stop focusing on ideological purity and think local.
By Joe Scarborough  •  Read more »
London police confirm deadly highrise fire began in an apartment fridge
Police also said the exterior cladding failed fire safety tests and are considering manslaughter charges.
By Karla Adam  •  Read more »
Opinion
The great Muslim civil war — and us
Everyone knows that the Islamic State is finished. Who inherits?
By Charles Krauthammer  •  Read more »
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What the Senate bill changes about Obamacare
The bill strips away many of the protections provided by the ACA, but doesn’t go as far as the House bill.
By Kim Soffen  •  Read more »
Putin denied meddling in the U.S. election. The CIA caught him doing just that.
‘Meanness at the core:’ Obama jumps back into political fray to slam Trump, GOP on health care
Analysis | No cameras, no live audio and no Sean Spicer: The latest White House press briefing, annotated
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The United States is stumbling into another decade of war
President Trump’s incoherent strategy in the Middle East is flying under the radar.
By Fareed Zakaria  •  Read more »
Tourism to North Korea isn’t about engagement. It’s torture porn.
I worked on the EPA’s climate change website. Its removal is a declaration of war.
We participated in talks with North Korean representatives. This is what we learned.
How Trump and Republicans may get away with hurting millions of people
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NBA draft recap and analysis: What teams are getting in Markelle Fultz, Lonzo Ball and beyond
How do all the picks fit with their new teams? What’s their potential in the NBA? Our analysts break it all down.
By Tim Bontemps  •  Read more »
The Legend of Reebok’s ‘Dan and Dave’ ad campaign, as told by Dan and Dave
President Trump angers golf fans by driving golf cart on green at one of his clubs
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L.A. cops shoot at attacking pit bull and instead kill teen, authorities say
Police believe the boy was struck by ricochets.
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Some white ‘Star Trek’ fans are unhappy about remake’s diversity
Whipped cream dispenser explodes, killing French Instagram fitness model
Illinois Catholic bishop decrees no Holy Communion, funerals for same-sex couples
What the police officer who shot Philando Castile said about the shooting
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Navy sailors made tough call to seal flooding ship compartments, unclear if survivors were inside
A year after a divisive vote, doubts are mounting in a town that went overwhelmingly for Brexit
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We’re one step closer to getting cheaper, faster Internet from space
In this part of the Midwest, the problem isn’t China. It’s too many jobs.
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As Apple Music grows, it wants to pay labels less. Here’s why that is important.
Facebook is testing ways to stop people from stealing profile pictures
Uber founder Travis Kalanick resigns as CEO amid a shareholder revolt
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