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Daniel Bush is the digital politics editor and senior writer for PBS NewsHour.
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Politics Mar 13Paul Manafort faces new fraud charges on top of 7.5 years in prison. Read the indictment
The former Trump campaign chair was indicted Wednesday for allegedly running a multi-million dollar mortgage fraud scheme in New York four years ago.
Politics Feb 27Cohen releases Trump financial documents, claims president inflated net worth
New documents revealing a small slice of President Trump’s claims about his personal net worth, a topic he has kept secret as a candidate and in office, were a centerpiece of Michael Cohen’s public testimony Wednesday before the House Oversight…
Politics Feb 064 takeaways from Trump’s 2019 State of the Union
What the president's address means as the government faces another shutdown, and as Trump prepares for 2020.
Politics Feb 01In bid for White House, Booker seeks unity over ‘politics of hate’
Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., joined a crowded 2020 Democratic primary field Friday when he announced his presidential campaign.
Politics Jan 254 takeaways from Trump confidant Roger Stone’s indictment
The 24-page indictment laid out Stone’s role as a middleman between the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks.
Politics Jan 21What does Kamala Harris believe? Where the candidate stands on 9 issues
Here's where California Senator and 2020 White House candidate Kamala Harris stands on key issues.
Nation Jan 16Barr defended Mueller’s investigation. But a fight over the final report could get ugly
The last time Barr was nominated as attorney general, in 1991, he was confirmed by a voice vote. That won’t happen this time, but Barr’s confirmation is widely seen as a sure thing in the Republican-controlled Senate.
Politics Jan 09How Trump is trying to shift the shutdown debate
President Donald Trump's immigration speech from the Oval Office on Tuesday did not change the political dynamics around the government shutdown fight.
Politics Jan 02WATCH: A border barrier would be ‘overkill,’ Trump’s AG nominee said in 1992 interview
In a 1992 interview on the MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour on PBS, William Barr, President Donald Trump's pick to serve as attorney general, told host Jim Lehrer that he disagreed with a proposal to build a barrier along the border.
Politics Dec 21Mattis is leaving. What does that mean for Trump?
Here’s why Mattis’ resignation has worried lawmakers and what it means for U.S. foreign policy going forward.