Trump environmental officials are keeping tight rein over stampede of FOIA requests

The office of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, for instance, has taken direct control of Freedom of Information Act requests concerning its national monuments review. Source: Washington Post (owned by Jeff Bezos. Strongly Left Partisan)

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A new sisterhood of Trump’s accusers pushes for action

An activist film company brought the women together, aiming to reset the political debate. Source: Washington Post (owned by Jeff Bezos. Strongly Left Partisan)

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After Trump and Moore, some evangelicals are finding their own label too toxic to use

Conservative Christians have long debated whether to mix faith and politics, but some fear the term ‘evangelical’ has been deeply damaged Source: Washington Post (owned by Jeff Bezos. Strongly Left Partisan)

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Could Republicans Lose the House in 2018?

News and analysis from the WSJ’s Washington bureau Source: Wall Street Journal (mouthpiece of the Chamber of Commerce)

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Democrats say Trump to seek federal pay freeze and cuts to domestic security

The administration’s proposals were leaked by a whistle blower. Source: Washington Post (owned by Jeff Bezos. Strongly Left Partisan)

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‘I cannot handle it any longer’: Suicide suspected by Ky. lawmaker accused of molesting teen

Republican Dan Johnson denied the allegations. Hours before his body was found, he wrote on Facebook: “I cannot handle it any longer … BUT HEAVEN IS MY HOME.” Source: Washington Post (owned by Jeff Bezos. Strongly Left Partisan)

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The Daily 202: The suburban revolt against Trump continued in Alabama

White House mulls shake-up of political operation after Doug Jones’s win. Source: Washington Post (owned by Jeff Bezos. Strongly Left Partisan)

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Alabama was supposed to turn Steve Bannon and Breitbart into kingmakers. Now what?

The website and its chairman may have come up against the limits of their influence. Source: Washington Post (owned by Jeff Bezos. Strongly Left Partisan)

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What Doug Jones’s Alabama Win Means for Both Parties

News and analysis from the WSJ’s Washington bureau Source: Wall Street Journal (mouthpiece of the Chamber of Commerce)

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Many black voters supported Doug Jones to keep Roy Moore's 'Alabama values' out of Washington

Many black voters backed Doug Jones despite not feeling supported by the candidate. Source: Washington Post (owned by Jeff Bezos. Strongly Left Partisan)

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