Trump’s threat will not make things better (and the notion of actually closing the border is insane).
Note to the folks at Fox and Friends: Central America is not part of Mexico.
Trump declares he will end aid to Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.
The peril of not yet running for President include not yet having a campaign staff in place.
John Fund thinks I am afraid of Stephen Moore (and that I am an economist). He is wrong on both counts.
The early frontrunner for the Democratic nomination is drawing fire from multiple fronts. It may destroy his candidacy before it begins.
As a no-deal Brexit becomes more likely, the EU is taking things personally.
It’s increasingly challenging to discuss media coverage because we’re all consuming a hand-selected bit of it.
Scholars argue that the shifting media landscape is largely to blame for our political crisis.
Another demonstration that evidence doesn’t much matter in modern American politics.
The legendary figure was in charge of strategic forecasting at the Pentagon for decades.
Oral argument hints that we may have a 5-4 ruling allowing state legislatures to continue stacking the deck.
The decision to hand Democrats a victory and step on the good news from the Mueller report apparently came from the very top.
One of the most bizarre cases in recent memory gets . . . much more bizarre.
The Justice Department has reversed course and will not fight a December ruling overturning the Affordable Care Act.
History’s first all-female spacewalk was thwarted by a lack of smaller suits.
What would it mean for the companies’ workers, the stock market and the cost of care?
The (Acting) Secretary of Defense has issued an unconstitutional order.
Before we draw broad conclusions of the reporting on the report, don’t we need to see the report?
Many are calling for the UK Prime Minister’s ouster. But the problem is Brexit itself, not any one leader.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is cutting short his US trip to deal with what his government is calling a Hamas attack.
It’s possible to conclude that Pete Buttigieg is smarter than Elizabeth Warren for reasons having nothing to do with sex.
Our most prolific front-pager hasn’t posted in two weeks. Readers are beginning to ask questions.
It’s the battleground states that are the issue, not small states v. large states.
The principal findings of the Mueller report are now public. They’re good news for the President on Russia and a mixed bag on obstruction.
A male sophomore makes two suicides in less than a week.
The Speaker says she will reject any attempt to deliver it in a “highly classified” manner.
Institutions matter. (No, seriously, they really, really matter).
Deny them the pleasure of an angry reaction, and they’ll probably leave you alone.
“His sexual needs were his sexual needs.” And, you know, criminal.
The office has been vacant for 81 days. President Trump has yet to nominate a replacement.
Predictably, news that the investigation has ended has people on both sides cheering. It’s unwarranted.