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Kelly tells aides he secured Porter's resignation, sources say

White House chief of staff John Kelly, who has come under fire for his handling of domestic abuse allegations leveled against the White House staff secretary Rob Porter, told aides on Friday that he was responsible for securing Porter's resignation after the allegations became public.

Ben Bradlee gets star treatment in HBO's 'The Newspaperman'

The Trump administration's campaign against mainstream journalism provides a timely backdrop to "The Newspaperman: The Life and Times of Ben Bradlee," a deeply personal, utterly fascinating portrait of the late Washington Post editor's above-the-fold life.

Gayle King: CBS must cover Charlie Rose allegations

CBS News is very publicly grappling with the sexual misconduct allegations against veteran journalist Charlie Rose. The network's journalists are conducting their own investigation in the wake of the Washington Post story that led to Rose's firing on Tuesday.

Report: Military personnel reassigned following Trump's Asia trip

Allegations that multiple US service members had "improper contact" with foreign women while on President Donald Trump's Asia tour have spurred an investigation and led to their reassignment, The Washington Post reports, attributing the information to officials familiar with the situation.

Conway: 'No nexus' between Russia and election outcome

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway dismissed the idea that Russia influenced the 2016 presidential election after The Washington Post reported Friday that Russian President Vladimir Putin was directly involved in a cyber campaign to affect the outcome.

Ken Starr warns Trump against firing Mueller

Former independent counsel Ken Starr called the prospect of firing Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller an "insult to the Founding Fathers" in a Washington Post op-ed published Thursday night.