Washington Post: The lawless so called President

PowerPost •  Analysis
The Daily 202: Trump shows disdain for rule of law with new attacks on Sessions, Rosenstein, Mueller
Bunker mentality on display in New York Times interview.
By James Hohmann  •  Read more »
The Plum Line •  Opinion
Trump’s deeply worrisome New York Times interview reveals a lawless president
To see Trump’s contempt for the rule of law displayed so nakedly is more unsettling than usual.
By Greg Sargent  •  Read more »
The Health 202: Conservatives furious and plotting revenge for health-care fail
They are furious with the GOP.
By Paige Winfield Cunningham  •  Read more »
Opinion
I’m a scientist. I’m blowing the whistle on the Trump administration.
I was reassigned to an unrelated job in the accounting office that collects royalty checks from fossil fuel companies.
By Joel Clement  •  Read more »
Two of six African teens who went missing from robotics competition are in Canada, D.C. police say
The other four teens, who came to D.C. to compete in the event, are also believed to be safe.
By Peter Hermann  •  Read more »
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he plans to stay in role, despite Trump’s comments about him
“I’m totally confident that we can continue to run this office in an effective way,” the attorney general said.
By Matt Zapotosky  •  Read more »
John McCain, Republican senator from Arizona, diagnosed with brain tumor
The Mayo Clinic in Phoenix said tests revealed a tumor known as a glioblastoma, an aggressive type of brain cancer with a poor prognosis.
By Sean Sullivan  •  Read more »
Right Turn •  Opinion
A wounded Trump lashes out over the Russia probe
The key takeaways from a stunning interview.
By Jennifer Rubin  •  Read more »
What to expect from the O.J. Simpson parole hearing
A Nevada board will decide whether the football Hall of Famer will be freed after serving nine years in prison.
By Cindy Boren  •  Read more »
The Fix •  Analysis
A reporter broke White House rules by streaming live audio of an off-camera briefing
Will others follow?
By Callum Borchers  •  Read more »
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Trump blasts AG Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia probe
Trump’s public thrashing of Sessions is a remarkable criticism for one of the president’s top campaign supporters.
By Abby Phillip  •  Read more »
Analysis | Trump has now attacked basically everyone in charge of the Russia investigation
Analysis | Trump set a red line for Robert Mueller. And now Mueller has reportedly crossed it.
An article called for John McCain to ‘just … die already.’ A GOP official responded: ‘Amen.’
In the push to deliver on campaign promises, Interior’s energy drive looms large
Also Popular in Opinions
No, President Trump, Sessions’s recusal is not ‘very unfair’ to you. This is Ethics 101.
Trump remains resolutely obtuse to independence and the law.
By Ruth Marcus  •  Read more »
Why Obamacare won and Trump lost
The millennial left’s war against liberalism
Jeff Sessions and others: Don’t quit!
Callista Gingrich’s nomination to the Vatican stinks to high heaven
Also Popular in Sports
Possible Wimbledon match-fixing under investigation by tennis anti-corruption body
The Tennis Integrity Unit announced that it had received alerts of suspicious betting patterns on three Wimbledon matches, as well as one from the French Open.
By Des Bieler  •  Read more »
Perspective | Should Washington celebrate Ryan Zimmerman’s franchise HR record? It’s complicated.
‘I think my legs look tired’: A Tour de France cyclist shares a shocking look at the toll the race takes
How the NBA made summer league a real thing and stole July in the process
Why is hot-hitting Anthony Rendon batting sixth in the Nationals’ order?
Also Popular in National
5 questions about the brain cancer diagnosed in Sen. John McCain
Glioblastoma is an aggressive, highly lethal type of cancer.
By Laurie McGinley  •  Read more »
NASA wanted to talk about science. A congressman wanted to ask about Martian civilizations.
Christian network to Sean Spicer: People are wondering how to pray for you
A 10-year-old Indian girl was raped and impregnated. A court denied her an abortion.
A student graded his ex’s apology note — D-minus — then tweeted it. He got suspended.
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Also Popular in World
Trump ends covert CIA program to arm anti-Assad rebels in Syria, a move sought by Moscow
India’s new president rose from poverty to high office
Tillerson stays close to Trump, but the State Department seems to be benched
Sessions greenlights police to seize cash, property from people suspected of crimes but not charged
Saudi prince arrested after videos appear to show abuse
Also Popular in Business
Update your Apple devices. Right now.
Trump just nominated a climate change skeptic to USDA’s top science post
The subtle war that’s dividing Netflix and Amazon
There’s literally a ton of plastic garbage for every person on Earth
Trade talks fizzle as China rebuffs key Trump team demand
Also Popular in Technology
Update your Apple devices. Right now.
The subtle war that’s dividing Netflix and Amazon
Netflix’s next move is to disrupt Hollywood’s biggest money maker
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