Josh Dawsey

Politico

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Josh Dawsey is White House reporter for Politico. He formerly reported for the Wall Street Journal.

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At a bipartisan Oval Office meeting yesterday, President Trump stunned fellow Republicans by making a debt-limit deal with the Democrats.

Trump, and the ChuckAndNancy Show

At a bipartisan Oval Office meeting yesterday, President Trump stunned fellow Republicans by making a debt-limit deal with the Democrats.

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President Trump addressed a rally of screaming supporters last night in Phoenix — largely addressing his anger at news reports about his reaction to violence by what he called "both…

Trump lashes out in Phoenix

President Trump addressed a rally of screaming supporters last night in Phoenix — largely addressing his anger at news reports about his reaction to violence by what he called "both…

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Kaci Hickox, a nurse who treated Ebola patients in West Africa, has been quarantined in New Jersey — even thought she has no symptoms of the disease.

Quarantined Nurse with No Ebola Symptoms Cleared to Go Home

Kaci Hickox, a nurse who treated Ebola patients in West Africa, has been quarantined in New Jersey — even thought she has no symptoms of the disease.

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A lifetime fighting for social justice, digital literacy, and access to information helped South LA native Tracie D. Hall snag the eminent Literarian Award.

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For 16 years the former Democrat congressman from Cleveland advocated for peaceful alternatives to the madness of war, but now members of his party in Congress are permitted only the…

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Historian Joel Beinin uses his personal experiences to paint a picture of Israel, past and present, as a country and an idea.

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