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When Trump signs bills into law, he objects to scores of provisions. Here’s what that means.

Many presidents issue signing statements. If Trump’s statement is different from his predecessors’ in any way, it’s that he’s returning to a pattern set by President George W. Bush that had been set aside by President Barack Obama.

President Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian foreign minister and ambassador

President Donald Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a White House meeting, according to current and former US officials, who said Trump’s disclosures jeopardized a critical source of inte

This is what it looks like when the media gives President Trump exactly what he wants

Lester Holt’s interview with President Donald Trump made huge, splashy headlines when the President confirmed that he always intended to fire FBI Director James Comey, and that he was thinking of the investigation into Russia’s influence on the 20

Nations race to contain widespread hacking

Officials in nearly 100 countries raced May 13 to contain one of the biggest cybersecurity attacks in recent history, as British doctors were forced to cancel operations, Chinese students were blocked from accessing their graduation theses, and pa

President Trump has a long history of secretly recording calls, according to former associates

Throughout Donald Trump’s business career, some executives who came to work for him were taken aside by colleagues and warned to assume that their discussions with the boss were being recorded.

FBI Director Comey firing shows White House problems go far beyond communications strategy

The firing of James Comey as director of the FBI has left the credibility of President Trump’s White House in tatters.

Under President Trump, inconvenient data is being sidelined

The Trump administration has removed or tucked away a wide variety of information that until recently was provided to the public, limiting access, for instance, to disclosures about workplace violations, energy efficiency, and animal welfare abuse

The Trump administration gets the history of Internet regulations all wrong

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai’s history of Internet regulation is wrong.

White House launches a commission to study voter fraud and suppression

President Donald Trump signed an executive order that sets up a commission to review his controversial allegations of widespread voter fraud, along with reports of voter suppression.

The future of net neutrality might rest on this obscure court case

There's a huge court case you need to hear about. It might not be on your radar yet because, frankly, some of it gets pretty technical. But the outcome is likely to have enormous repercussions for online privacy, net neutrality and the economy.