Has this precedent permanently damaged the country? Or is it just politics as usual?
To defang impeachment is an invitation for presidents to ignore the rule of law.
Money has increasingly dominated American politics but the court case had little to do with it.
A political scientist argues that college-educated intellectuals are doing politics wrong.
Rules for covering the Senate trial highlight changes in how we get the news.
President Trump is making ridiculous threats against the regime in Iraq that are likely to draw it closer to Iran.
Notwithstanding Russia’s weak position vis a vis the west, It’s Putin who seems to be winning.
Last night, Trump decided it would be a good idea to attack a dead Congressman and his widow.
The President of the United States has sent a bizarre, rant-filled letter to the Speaker of the House. Revealing just how unbalanced he actually is.
Democrats who could prove to be vulnerable in 2020 are largely lining up in favor of impeaching the President.
For the third time since 2015, Donald Trump gets Politifact’s “Lie Of The Year.”
The House Judiciary Committee has issued its report on the impeachment of President Trump.
Democratic Congressman Jeff van Drew of New Jersey is reportedly switching parties
Two Federal Courts have blocked the Administration from diverting Defense Department funds to pay for the President’s border wall
Having failed to form governments after two successive elections, Israel is headed for a third election inside of a year.
British voters are voting today in the third election in four years. This time, the fate of Brexit is on the ballot.
The House Judiciary Committee has revealed the Articles of Impeachment against the President that it will vote on later this week.
In the wake of yesterday’s hearing, the House of Representatives is taking the inevitable next step.
Much like the President they obsequiously defend, Republicans have become useful idiots in Russia’s war on Western liberal democracy.
The House Intelligence Committee has released its report resulting from its investigation of the Ukraine scandal.
Further evidence that the Republican Party has turned into a cult of personalty built around Donald Trump.
Former President Obama has been largely quiet about the race for the Democratic nomination, but that may not last.
Trump takes credit for stopping his “friend” Xi from attacking Hong Kong protesters.
Hong Kong voters send a strong message to Beijing, and the world.
The California Supreme Court has struck down a state law purporting to require a candidate for President to release their tax returns,
After months of anti-government protests, Hong Kong headed to the polls in record number.
Rich Lowry puts preferred outcomes over constitutional process.
Brexit seems like it’s inevitable at this point, and that could set in motion a series of events that would mean the end of the United Kingdom.
Twitter is banning all political advertising from its site. It is a largely meaningless decision, but it’s still a bad idea.
The proof of a quid pro quo is coming from inside the President’s own Administration.
Today the House of Representatives approved the procedures for the impeachment proceeding against the President.
There’s far more good in technology than bad, but these days we seem to be far more focused on the bad right now.
After a close election, Benjamin Netanyahu has given up on his effort to form a government.
Rather than getting a final vote on his Brexit deal, Prime Minister Boris johnson suffered another defeat.
A Federal Court has struck down the President’s diversion of funds for his border wall.
This year’s Nobel Peace Prize Laureate comes from a part of the world that most people almost never think about.
Republicans face a choice. Do they put their country first, or do they put their President first?
President Trump’s latest Syria move is coming under heavy criticism even from fellow Republicans.
Late last week, a Federal Judge in California placed on hold a state law requiring candidates to provide copies of their tax returns.
President Trump has reportedly pledged to Chinese President Xi Jinping that the United States would not speak out against Chinese actions in Hong Kong.
A star NBA general manager may lose his job for expressing American values.
With the ongoing Ukraine scandal having an impact in Washington and Kyiv, the biggest winner is in Moscow.
The past week has demonstrated more notably than any other that this President is not well.
It’s been one year since Jamal Khashoggi walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, never to be seen in public again. We are no closer to justice in his case than we were a year ago.