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With voter suppression issues plaguing Georgia, officials face fresh lawsuits

Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp is among the officials being sued for the state's allegedly discriminatory voting policies.

“He’s beautiful Ted”: Trump says he doesn’t regret saying Cruz’s dad was part of JFK assassination

"I don't regret anything, honestly," Trump said. "It all worked out, very nicely."

“He is wholly owned by the NRA”: Andrew Gillum and Ron DeSantis spar over gun rights in debate

On Sunday night, Gillum accused DeSantis of injecting a racial element into an already heated race and repeatedly attacked the Republican over his NRA-backed campaign.

Supreme Court temporarily stops youth climate change lawsuit against Trump administration

Chief Justice Roberts issued a temporary stay on the case, which holds the federal government accountable for its role in exacerbating climate change.

Today in Trump’s America: Protests erupt as Trump seeks to “define transgender out of existence”

The report sparked an outcry from Democrats and civil rights groups, who vowed to fight back against the policy with legal action and protests.

This Week in Politics: Trump campaigns for Ted Cruz, John Bolton meets with Vladimir Putin

The country will focus on the upcoming midterm elections this week while political controversies play out in Congress, Moscow and New York state court.

Report: Trump administration to roll back transgender rights by narrowing definition of gender

A former Obama administration official said the Trump administration's planned move "quite simply negates the humanity of people."

Republican senators break with Trump on Khashoggi, believe Saudi crown prince was behind killing

Unlike Trump, the Republican senators say Saudi Arabia's claim the journalist died in a fistfight are "just not credible."

Khashoggi, Gianforte and Trump’s continued disdain for journalists

On Thursday, Trump said the disappearance of a reporter was "bad, bad stuff." Later that evening, he praised a Montana congressman for assaulting a reporter in 2017.

Remember the “adults” in the Trump administration? Most of them seem to have left the room.

The so-called "adults in the room" have left or are leaving.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: It may never matter what Robert Mueller finds

The special counsel is expected to release key conclusions in the Russia probe following November's midterms.

Gavin Newsom is bullish on single-payer health care — except when he’s not

The frontrunner faces formidable challenges, and liberal critics fear he’ll retreat.

Trump believes Saudi explanation for Khashoggi death is “credible.” Not many others do.

U.S. intelligence, along with some of Trump's closest allies on Capitol Hill, are skeptical of the narrative that the journalist died in a fistfight.

While You Weren’t Looking: 5 stories from the Trump administration that aren’t about Stormy Daniels

Here are five stories you might have missed this week.

Trump administration to strengthen religious liberty rules on birth control, LGBTQ discrimination

The planned rules make it easier for employers to deny birth control coverage or discriminate against employees based on their religious beliefs.

Manafort to be sentenced in February as former Trump campaign chair reportedly in poor health

Manafort, who showed up to court in a wheelchair Friday, was convicted in August on eight tax and bank fraud charges stemming from the Mueller probe.

Trump takes tougher tone on alleged Khashoggi killing

Trump now acknowledges that the journalist's disappearance is "not a positive" for America's relationship with Saudi Arabia. But will his shift in tone last?

Trump administration sued for disregarding environment to build border wall, for third time

The groups claim the Texas border wall will post "significant negative threats" to the local environment.

Rick Scott will allow voting exceptions in 8 Florida counties devastated by Hurricane Michael

Widespread power outages, downed phone lines and costly infrastructure damage have hobbled the state with less than three weeks to go until the Nov. 6 midterms.