The 24-hour news cycle is filled with politics coverage, but not everything gets the attention it deserves. Here are five politics stories you may have missed in the past week.
By Jessica Yarvin
A month after President Trump took office, many speakers were there to argue that while he'd been a flawed candidate, it was time to unify behind him.
By Elizabeth Flock
The financial industry's high-level presence in Trump's burgeoning administration runs counter to some core campaign messages that energized his supporters.
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
Donald Trump's five-day feud with former beauty queen Alicia Machado is only the latest example of his insistence on airing his grievances no matter the political cost.
By Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
By Kristen Doerer
Ted Cruz announced Friday that he would vote for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump this November.
In the hours leading up to Donald Trump’s primetime speech to formally accept the Republican Party presidential nomination, the candidate and his team played down one-time primary opponent Ted Cruz’s non-endorsement. Team Trump even predicts the bickering will only help.
Cruz, who finished second to Trump in the Republican primaries, opened his speech by congratulating Trump on formally clinching the party’s presidential nomination on Tuesday night. But Cruz left it at that, without explicitly saying that he supports Trump, and…
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
Well-respected members of the Republican Party's professional class say they can't look past their deep personal and professional reservations about the presumptive presidential nominee.
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