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A strange paradox is unfolding in Washington: As President Trump acts less and less like a traditional Republican, traditional Republicans have become more and more afraid to cross him, Gerald F. Seib writes.
The Supreme Court dodged the question of how far legislative majorities can go to entrench their power by drawing favorable electoral districts, dealing a blow to political minorities who say that partisan gerrymanders deprive them of fair representation.
Minnesota Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison’s decision to step down opened the gate to a flood of Democratic hopefuls, including a candidate who could become the first Muslim woman elected to Congress.
THE QUEEN’S nephew has applied to become a crossbench peer in the House of Lords in a move that could end up embarrassing Her Majesty and the Royal Family.
Congressional Republicans beat a full-scale retreat Monday from the administration’s zero-tolerance border policy, joining Democrats to demand that President Trump stop jailing parents and find ways to keep families together while trying to stop a new surge of illegal immigration.
Trump used immigration to his benefit in 2016, but the issue is alienating 2018 voters.
Washington made a huge, early summer deal to bolster their bullpen Monday.