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Sussmann prosecutors also take aim at Clinton, FBI and the news media

1 month ago   |   By The Washington Post

Testimony in the trial of lawyer Michael Sussmann shows how the FBI worried about being “played” in the wake of the 2016 probe of Hillary Clinton's emails.
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The strange underground economy of tree poaching

The strange underground economy of tree poaching

A new book dives deep into the fascinating criminal world of tree theft and efforts to combat it. (Image credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Read more ...

How Iowa Fell in Love With the Republican Party

Back in 2014, Iowa politics were at an inflection point, though it wasn't yet apparent at the time. Back then, Iowa was still one of the quintessential purple states. Barack... Read more ...

How To Lose a Guy in the Gilded Age

Halfway through Edith Wharton's 1913 novel The Custom of the Country , Ralph Marvell confronts his father-in-law. “Where's Undine?,” he demands, by now suspicious that his wife... Read more ...

Abortion Bans Could Have a Dire Impact on All Reproductive Health Treatments

While the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade focused specifically on ending the federal right to obtain an abortion, it may have wide-ranging consequences for... Read more ...

I Guess Roe Wasn't “Settled Law” After All

After the Supreme Court's ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization came out last week , many liberals took another look at how the court's conservative justices... Read more ...

ASK IRA: Are Pat Riley, Heat better off not having to consider Kevin Durant...

Q: Ira, I'm seeing the best Heat deal for Kevin Durant starts with Bam Adebayo. I wasn't expecting that. What say you? - Steve. A: First, everything regarding Kevin Durant now... Read more ...

Battenfeld: Elizabeth Warren pins Roe reversal on rescuing her from...

Battenfeld: Elizabeth Warren pins Roe reversal on rescuing her from political irrelevance

U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is banking on using the backlash from the Roe v. Wade reversal to rescue her from political irrelevance and reignite her White House hopes. The... Read more ...

Opinion | Roe Was Overturned Because of Politics, Not the Constitution

Opinion | Roe Was Overturned Because of Politics, Not the Constitution

Suddenly, Americans live in a country where they have a constitutional right to carry a gun in public but have no right to control their own reproductive choices. Both outcomes... Read more ...

Mike Preston: Looking ahead to key positional battlegrounds at Ravens...

Nearly a year ago, the personnel was in place for the Ravens to make a deep push into the NFL playoffs. The roster hasn't changed much since then, but there are a lot of... Read more ...

Democrats getting the jitters in Washington and Colorado

Less than a year ago, a GOP Senate victory in deep blue Washington state would have been unthinkable. But now, Democrats are spending millions on advertising in several... Read more ...