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Trump Pardons Dinesh D'Souza and Weighs Leniency for Rod Blagojevich and Martha Stewart

White House to Impose Metal Tariffs on Key US Allies, Risking Retaliation

President Trump keeps pardoning his political friends

The Note: With Trump, all politics is personal

Trump offers pardon to conservative pundit Dinesh D'Souza for campaign finance violations

'New York Post' cover mocks Trump's meeting with 'Kim Thong Un'

Dick Tuck, Democrats' Political Prankster in Chief, Dies at 94

Trump Meets With Kim. Kim Kardashian West, That Is.

Trump Responds to Fury Over 'Roseanne,' but Not Her Racist Remarks

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: The Other Kim-Trump Summit

The politics of Christina Tosi

Who's Campaigning on Identity Politics?

The Danger That Italy's Political Crisis Poses for the Global Economy

Dinner Table Politics

Why Italy's Political Turmoil Is Causing Financial Angst Elsewhere

NYT's Maggie Haberman: President Trump Is "Putting A Stamp Of Legitimacy" On Conspiracy Theories

The hardest names to pronounce in NY politics

DI Politics Chat: A Low Barr

Trump Asked Sessions to Retain Control of Russia Inquiry After His Recusal

Who Is Mike Parson, Missouri's New Governor?

Trump's Summer Campaign Priority: Target Red-State Democratic Senators

Just Lost an Election? Join the Winning Side

Supreme Court Allows Arkansas Abortion Restrictions to Stand

Democratic House Takeover Would Set Up Rematch for Trump's Old New York Foe

National Politics; Immigrant Rights; Civil Rights in 1988; Cheating

Stock Market Decline Provoked by Italy's Political Anxiety Spreads to US

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Stacey Abrams Didn't Play It Safe. Neither Are These Female Candidates.

NJ Politics Digest: Where State's House Members Stand on Forcing Immigration Vote

In California's Farm Country, the Tide of 'Resistance' Runs Dry Ahead of the Primary

Everything you need to know about the Italian political crisis — which is 9 years in the making and could bring about ...

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Three Younger Veterans Stake a Generational Claim on the Democratic Party

Donal Trump Jr: revered by the right, and building his own political base

Black Defendants Get Longer Sentences From Republican-Appointed Judges, Study Finds

Five key questions to be answered this campaign season

Trudeau, Ford and the identity politics at work in Canada

Herman D. Farrell Jr., a Fixture of New York Politics, Dies at 86

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Cultural changes come to the speaker circuit — 'Me Too' is in, politics is out

Can South Korea Save the Summit?

New York Assemblyman Herman 'Denny' Farrell Dies At 86

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POLITICS– Congressman Eliot Engel, a top member on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, joined colleagues from both the House and Senate to unveil new legislation that would restore Net Neutrality protections for consumers and small business.

“A free and open internet is essential to modern democracy. The Trump Administration has put Net Neutrality at risk and House Democrats are committed to protecting it,” Engel said. 
“We have unveiled comprehensive legislation, the Save the Internet Act, that will protect consumers and small businesses from having their internet speeds blocked, throttled, or tiered based on usage. This bicameral legislation must be a top priority in both the House and the Senate, and I am hopeful that it will move quickly through Congress.”
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