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Daniel Bush is the digital politics editor and senior writer for PBS NewsHour.
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Politics Jul 18Inside the GOP’s midterm gamble: putting Trump front and center
President Donald Trump plans to play a more active role in the midterm elections than past presidents, with an aggressive travel schedule aimed at boosting Republican candidates as well as his own political agenda, according to sources involved in setting…
Nation Jul 09The politics behind Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination and the Senate battle ahead
In nominating Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump went with a seasoned federal judge and Washington insider who has impeccable credentials.
Politics Jul 05‘My son is not the same’: New testimony paints bleak picture of family separation
A motion filed by 18 attorneys general Monday asked the federal government to provide more immediate information and access to those detained after being separated at the border. Here are highlights from more than 900 pages of declarations, including personal…
Nation Jul 05All of the ways Scott Pruitt changed energy policy
Scott Pruitt had a significant impact on U.S. energy and environmental policy during his tenure as EPA chief.
Politics Jun 28Under Trump, higher immigration bonds mean longer family separations
For most detained immigrants, securing a bond is their only chance to live outside of detention in the United States while the federal government determines whether to deport them or allow them to remain in the country.
Politics Jun 12What to watch in Tuesday’s primaries
The contests -- in Nevada, Maine, North Dakota, South Carolina and Virginia -- include key Senate seats held by vulnerable incumbents from both parties. Here's what to watch.
Politics Jun 08Bill Clinton says America should be rooting for Trump’s success on North Korea
“I think we should be rooting for” President Trump to succeed with Korean negotiations, former President Bill Clinton tells Judy Woodruff. In the second part of our interview with Clinton and author James Patterson, they discuss the prospects of the…
Politics Jun 07Bill Clinton: Monica Lewinsky ‘paid quite a price’ for relationship
In the first of a two-part interview, former President Clinton says said he was afraid that Monica Lewinsky would be frozen in the public memory for their relationship: "I didn't want that for her." He sits down with James Patterson,…
Politics Jun 06In the Trump era, separating sports and politics is harder than it seems
Rep. Ryan Costello, a Republican from Pennsylvania, had been looking forward to the White House meeting between President Donald Trump and the Philadelphia Eagles. Then, with a single Tweet, Trump canceled it. “Eagles my fave team. Super Bowl win so…
Making Sen$e Jun 015 important takeaways from the latest jobs report
The U.S. economy added more jobs than expected in May and the unemployment rate dropped slightly to 3.8 percent, remaining at its lowest level in decades.