A huge triumph for Boris Johnson and a mandate to deliver Brexit
Ballots tallied through the night affirmed that Johnson and his Conservative Party had achieved a smashing success, the largest win for the Tories since Margaret Thatcher prevailed a third time in 1987.
McConnell planning for as short an impeachment trial as possible
Several GOP senators say privately that it would be much better to limit the trial and quickly vote to acquit Trump, rather than engage in what could become a political circus.
House Democrats celebrate cutting a trade deal with Trump as they move to impeach him
The nation saw a split screen Tuesday, in which Nancy Pelosi dashed from a somber announcement of articles of impeachment against the president to a jubilant proclamation of a revised North American trade accord.
Nuanced IG report shows FBI problems but also offers vindication
Justice Department IG report examining the FBI investigation of Trump’s 2016 campaign rebutted accusations that officials were driven by political bias, but found broad failures requiring major changes. Read the full reporting:
U.S. officials misled public about Afghan war, confidential documents reveal
The Post obtained records from more than 400 of the interviews after a three-year legal battle. The documents reveal that people who were directly involved in the war could not shake their doubts about the strategy and mission. Read the full reporting: