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Time: Politics

The Military Moves Hundreds of Thousands of Families Each Summer. Many of Them Don’t Go Well

The Military Moves Hundreds of Thousands of Families Each Summer. Many of Them Don’t Go Well

Traci Mayes knew there would be times her husband would be away when he joined the military. As a First Class Petty Officer in the Navy, being stationed on a destroyer ship in the middle of an ocean
Farmers Know Trump’s Trade War Is Hurting Them. That Doesn’t Mean They’ll Vote Democrat

Farmers Know Trump’s Trade War Is Hurting Them. That Doesn’t Mean They’ll Vote Democrat

Doug Fish is quick to explain all the ways President Trump’s trade war is hurting his business and his community. Fish, the president and CEO of BTC Bank, a community bank in Bethany, Mo., says that
‘My Kind of Guy.’ President Trump Praises Montana Congressman Who Assaulted a Reporter

‘My Kind of Guy.’ President Trump Praises Montana Congressman Who Assaulted a Reporter

"Any guy that can do a body slam — he's my kind of guy," the President said at a rally
President Donald Trump Wants to Stop the Caravan. Here’s What Experts Think Would Help

President Donald Trump Wants to Stop the Caravan. Here’s What Experts Think Would Help

For the second year in a row, President Donald Trump is upset about a caravan of Central American migrants headed to the United States. As the group of some 4,000 people from El Salvador, Guatemala
What Makes the U.S.-Saudi Relationship So Special? Weapons, Oil and ‘An Army of Lobbyists’

What Makes the U.S.-Saudi Relationship So Special? Weapons, Oil and ‘An Army of Lobbyists’

It’s a cold financial calculation: Saudi money for U.S.-made weaponry results in American jobs. This is President Donald Trump’s rationale in dismissing calls in Congress to halt future arms sales to
Saudi Lobbying in the U.S. Has Tripled Since Trump Took Office

Saudi Lobbying in the U.S. Has Tripled Since Trump Took Office

Lobbying from Saudi Arabia has tripled since President Trump took office
Donald Trump Didn’t Really Win 52% of White Women in 2016

Donald Trump Didn’t Really Win 52% of White Women in 2016

The idea that a majority of white women voted for the President has shaped national narratives. The only problem? It's probably wrong.
President Trump Threatens Mexico If Caravan of 3,000 Honduran Migrants Reaches U.S. Border

President Trump Threatens Mexico If Caravan of 3,000 Honduran Migrants Reaches U.S. Border

"I must, in the strongest of terms, ask Mexico to stop this onslaught - and if unable to do so I will call up the U.S. Military and CLOSE OUR SOUTHERN BORDER!," Trump tweeted
Provocateur Stormy Daniels Takes an Unexpected Turn in the National Spotlight

Provocateur Stormy Daniels Takes an Unexpected Turn in the National Spotlight

To understand what it means to be famous like Stormy Daniels, for the reasons she is famous, spend time with her in a public space. She walks quickly, her head down, blending in with the neighborhood
The Democrats’ Path to Winning the House Runs Through the Midwest

The Democrats’ Path to Winning the House Runs Through the Midwest

Cheri Bustos shows her opponents no mercy. Even in Skee-Ball. The hypercompetitive three-term Congresswoman from northwest Illinois is walking with a fellow Democrat at a union picnic in the
How the Anti-Trump Resistance Is Organizing Its Outrage

How the Anti-Trump Resistance Is Organizing Its Outrage

Inside the grassroots movement to help Democrats take back Congress
It’s Time for Americans to Take Back the Vote

It’s Time for Americans to Take Back the Vote

When students at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, the largest historically black public college in the country, go to vote this fall, half of them will be voting in the
Senators Call on President Trump to Disclose Business Ties to Saudi Arabia

Senators Call on President Trump to Disclose Business Ties to Saudi Arabia

The request comes in the wake of the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Trump Plans to Ditch a 144-Year-Old Postal Treaty in His Latest Clash With China

Trump Plans to Ditch a 144-Year-Old Postal Treaty in His Latest Clash With China

The 192-nation treaty gives Chinese companies discounted shipping rates for small packages sent to American consumers