President Trump’s effort to ban transgender Americans from serving in the military faces two new legal challenges.
The pardoning of Joe Arpaio was distasteful and an affront to the Rule of Law, but it was completely within the powers of the President and should not be a ground for impeachment.
New reports of Trump’s business ties to Russia are raising eyebrows.
Donald Trump’s Secretary of State is refusing to defend his response to the violence in Charlottesville.
President Trump’s attempts to interfere in the administration of justice go beyond the Russia investigation.
Not surprisingly, the District of Columbia is seeking review of last month’s decision on its concealed-carry law by the full Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.
President Trump’s shameful decision to ban transgender Americans from the military has nothing to do with military readiness and everything to do with pandering to his far-right base.
The Trump Administration has reportedly finalized its order to the Defense Department regarding a ban on military service by transgender soldiers.
President Trump continues his war on one of the most important guardians of American democracy.
Texas suffers another legal setback in its effort to pass a Voter ID law.
President Trump remains obsessed with the Russian investigation and continues to try to shut it down.
Donald Trump is threatening to shut the government down if Congress doesn’t pay for the wall that Mexico was supposed to pay for.
They may both be Republicans, but the relationship between the President and the Senate Majority Leader is bad and seems to be getting worse.
Donald Trump gave a campaign-style speech in Phoenix last night and reminded us of everything that’s wrong with him.
Democrats and “Never Trump”ers shouldn’t count their chickens before they’re hatched.
President Trump’s Afghanistan policy sounds awfully familiar, and it’s likely to lead to the same results.
The Daily Caller crosses a line and doesn’t seem to regret it.
Based on initial reports, Trump’s Afghanistan policy looks a lot like what we’ve seen for the past sixteen years.
Three new polls show Trump’s job approval down significantly in the three states that put him over the top in the Electoral College last year.
The First Amendment protects the rights even of the people who gathered in Charlottesville to promote hatred and violence, However, it does not shield them from the consequences of that speech.
The problem with the Trump White House is the man who sits behind the Resolute Desk.
The fundamental premise at the heart of the immigration bill that President Trump backed earlier this month has no merit whatsoever.
A big change appears to have taken place in American cable news viewing habits.
President Trump’s reaction to the terror attack in Spain included an easily debunked lie about one of America’s most decorated Generals.
At least thirteen dead in an apparent terrorist attack in Spain.
Republicans now face a stark choice.
The people who would most immediately be impacted by a war on the Korean peninsula don’t seem quite so concerned. Perhaps we should take a cue from them.
President Trump once again revealed his true self at a press conference yesterday.
Some Presidents knew how to respond to racism and hatred. The current President doesn’t.
It’s time to stop honoring the symbols of a nation of racist traitors.
“Why the hell would we do that?” — White House official.
A new report indicates that Trump campaign officials were seeking contact with Russian officials earlier than we thought.
After two days, President Trump finally found the words to condemn the parties responsible for the violence in Charlottesville, but his remarks were far too little, far too late.
White House insiders have renewed efforts to oust Presidential adviser Steve Bannon. Can they succeed?
Donald Trump has had harsher things to say about Rosie O’Donnell than he did about the people responsible for yesterday’s violence. That says something about him.
Hatred and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.