Rebecca Sinderbrand

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Rebecca Sinderbrand is Deputy National Political Editor at the Washington Post. She is a former Deputy White House Editor at Politico.

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There were the confirmation hearings, Donald Trump’s first press conference in months, the Senate’s big move to unravel Obamacare, and a big policy change on Cuban migrants.

Week in politics: Confirmation hearings to changes for Cuban migrants

There were the confirmation hearings, Donald Trump’s first press conference in months, the Senate’s big move to unravel Obamacare, and a big policy change on Cuban migrants.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

On the streets of New York City there was a third night of protest against Donald Trump's election, similar to what happened in major cities and on college campuses around the country.

Protests continue to heat up across the country

On the streets of New York City there was a third night of protest against Donald Trump's election, similar to what happened in major cities and on college campuses around the country.

from To the Point

Donald Trump is in Louisiana today, surveying flood damage. But the political press is focused on changes in his campaign leadership.

Paul Manafort Quits Trump Campaign

Donald Trump is in Louisiana today, surveying flood damage. But the political press is focused on changes in his campaign leadership.

from To the Point

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President Trump has invited Iran to “pick up the phone and call” him. He’s also threatened the “end” of that country. It’s the latest act  in a long international drama.

from To the Point

More than a million species of plants, animals, fish and insects are going extinct because of human activity. A massive report from the UN blames it partly on climate change.

from To the Point

Attorney General William Barr released the highly anticipated Mueller report this morning.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Big Tech is a benefit to the modern world. But unlimited data collection may lead to unlimited power.

from To the Point

In 2011, the U.S. Supreme Court ordered California to downsize its prisons because of overcrowding.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

There’s still much to discuss.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

More than 300 people died in a series of bombings at churches and high-end hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

This week, we moved a lot closer to a court challenge that could significantly reduce or eliminate constitutional protections for abortion rights.

from Left, Right & Center

Billionaire Nicolas Berggruen’s plan to revamp democracy and put capital in the hands of the people has one glaring blindspot.

from Scheer Intelligence