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5
Jun

Mueller Accuses Paul Manafort of Attempted Witness Tampering

Prosecutors say President Trump’s former campaign chairman tried to contact witnesses in the case against him. They want his bail revoked or revised.

5
Jun

With a Chorus of Tweets, Administration Officials Mark Trump’s 500 Days

The praise recalled a cabinet meeting last year in which the top officials on President Trump’s team took turns offering worshipful statements about him.

5
Jun

Melania Trump Returns to the Public Eye (Sort Of)

Mrs. Trump’s appearance at an event honoring military families ended the longest break anyone has taken from the role of first lady in modern memory.

5
Jun

Trump and His Lawyers Embrace a Vision of Vast Executive Power

The president and his personal legal advisers have argued to the special counsel that his authority places him above the reach of obstruction statutes.

5
Jun

Maine Voted to Expand Medicaid. Judge Orders the State to Get Moving.

Maine voters were the first to approve a ballot measure expanding Medicaid. Months later, a court reproached the state for its “complete failure to act.”

5
Jun

Trump Appears to Disinvite Philadelphia Eagles From White House Visit

The Super Bowl champions were planning on sending a contingent of players, but without full team participation, Mr. Trump has canceled the event.

5
Jun

Trump Team Pushed False Story Line About Meeting With Kremlin-Tied Lawyer, Memo Shows

President Trump’s spokeswoman and lawyer aggressively pushed one story line, while privately acknowledging another. It shows the perils of an interview with Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel.

5
Jun

Supreme Court Sides With Baker Who Turned Away Gay Couple

The court based its decision on religious freedom.

5
Jun

Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Discipline A.C.L.U.

The court vacated an appeals court ruling that had allowed a teenager to obtain an abortion, saying the dispute was moot.

5
Jun

C.M. Newton, former Kentucky AD, dies at 88

C.M. Newton, the former Kentucky athletic director who helped turn the basketball program into a national powerhouse, died Monday at 88.