Lt. General Michael Flynn wants immunity before he agrees to testify before Congress. This could be significant, or it could mean nothing at all.
Donald Trump has basically declared war on the people who blocked the AHCA from passing last week.
So far, there’s no sign that Donald Trump is having much of an impact on the economy.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke suggests building Trump’s Wall on Mexican territory.
Republicans are saying that repealing the PPACA isn’t off the table, but practically speaking it probably is.
Oakland Los Angeles Oakland Raiders are headed to Vegas, baby!
Next week’s big news is likely to be the Senate’s vote to confirm Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, which could mean invocation of the so-called ‘nuclear option’ by Senate Republicans.
The tiny Balkan nation of Montenegro is set to become the latest member of the NATO alliance despite the fact that there is seemingly no good reason for it.
Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party is set to follow through on a campaign promise.
Speaker Ryan’s statement about the GOP being “a 10-year opposition party” is problematic.
Republicans are going to find it difficult to distance themselves from Donald Trump.
After just sixty-six days, there are some disturbing patterns emerging from the Trump Administration.
The failure of the AHCA shows that Donald Trump doesn’t know the slightest thing about leadership or how to be President.
A major legislative defeat for Paul Ryan, the House GOP, and President Trump.
Despite American air strikes, ISIS is expanding its power amid the chaos in Libya.
The Trump Administration has issued an ultimatum, but the fate of the American Health Care Act is still very much up in the air.
With a vote tentatively scheduled for this evening, House Republicans appear to lack the votes to pass the American Health Care Act.
More fireworks on the second day of the questioning of Neil Gorsuch, but his confirmation nonetheless seems assured.
More evidence of ties between the Trump campaign and Russian interests.
An apparent terror attack outside Parliament in London.
Day One of the questioning of Judge Neil Gorsuch went very well, and it suggests that his path to confirmation is basically clear of serious obstacles.
Just about two months into office, Donald Trump’s job approval number are worse than any newly elected President since World War II.
Republicans in Congress are slavishly seeking to divert attention from wrongdoing by Donald Trump, or Russia.
It may well be that the 25th Amendment, not the impeachment clause, will be his undoing.
Two big admissions from the Director of the F.B.I. today are likely to lead to real political headaches for the Trump Administration.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that she will formally invoke Article 50 of the European Union treaty on March 29th, thus officially beginning a Brexit process likely to take years.
Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearings begin Monday morning, but it’s Senate Democrats who are in the hot seat.
Donald Trump isn’t going to change, and that’s bad news for all of us.
More stepping back from free trade and the established global economic order.
Two more losses for the Trump Administration.
The president’s skinny budget would eliminate most funding for science and the arts to fund more Defense spending.