The Department Of Justice is proposing a rule change that would ban bump stocks, but it could run into legal problems.
The President’s new attempt to ban transgender Americans from serving in the military is as legally defective as the original ban was.
From Europe to the Middle East, to Asia, America’s allies are concerned about what the selection of John Bolton as National Security Adviser means going forward. They should be, and so should every American.
President Trump is not being bold on drugs. Instead, he is just recycling old, failed idea.
Donald Trump may be getting ready to act as his own Chief of Staff. That would be a huge mistake.
Top White House staffers were preparing to fire several troublesome figures at once when the President suddenly upended the plan.
Republicans on Capitol Hill worried about all the leaking coming from the Trump White House would be wise to actually do the oversight the Constitution compels them to do.
Former Playboy model Karen McDougal is suing the publisher of the National Enquirer for the right to tell her story of an alleged affair with President Trump in 2006.
A state trial court Judge in New York has ruled that a defamation lawsuit filed in Manhattan against President Trump can go forward.
Americans actings as agents for Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have been working hard to manipulate the President.
Profiles in courage? With Republicans in the Trump Era, it’s more like profiles in cowardice.
Mississippi’s Governor has chosen a replacement for Thad Cochran, but the White House isn’t too happy about the pick.
A new report confirms that the White House has indeed required staffers to sign non-disclosure agreements that are clearly not enforceable.
Breitbart News appears to be fading in terms of readership, but the alt-right politics it represents is not going away.
President Trump continues to obsequiously praise Russian President Vladimir Putin
I hope Ben Carson has a comfortable couch at home.
Joseph E. diGenova has touted the theory that rogue FBI elements have tried to frame Trump in the Russia probe.
The head of the House Intelligence Committee’s Russia investigation admitted yesterday that the committee was never focused on any potential evidence of collusion.
A report in The Washington Post says that White House Staff under President Trump have been required to sign non-disclosure agreements.
If you’re tired of the restraint being shown by this President, you may be in luck.
New reports indicate that Donald Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen has been involved in efforts to keep Stormy Daniels from telling her story for at least the past seven years.
Lawfare provides a balanced piece on the firing of Andrew McCabe.
Attorneys for the Defendants in the lawsuit filed by Stormy Daniels, including the President, have removed the case to Federal Court and are claiming that Daniels owes $20 million for her alleged breaches of a settlement agreement.
Less than 24 hours after the McCabe firing, the president’s attorney explicitly connects the move to the Mueller probe.
The Trump presidency is the latest step in treating commentators like policy experts. It is all a manifestation of how the modern GOP is a populist party.
A new bombshell allegation in the Stormy Daniels affair.
H.R. McMaster appears to be on the way out as National Security Adviser. The important question is, who replaces him?
The Stormy Daniels/Donald Trump story will break open wide on 60 Minutes next weekend.
Robert Mueller’s investigation appears to enter a new phase, with a focus on the President’s business dealings with Russia.
Republicans are claiming that Conor Lamb won Tuesday’s Special Election in Pennsylvania because he campaigned as a conservative. These people are either deluded or lying.
The selection of Mike Pompeo as the next Secretary of State makes it more likely that President Trump will take the foolish and dangerous step of withdrawing the United States from the nuclear deal with Iran.
According to one insider, “There’s no leadership, no trust, no direction and this point there’s very little hope.”
The nominations of Mike Pompeo and Gina Haspel could be in trouble in the Senate.
By all accounts, Gina Haspel is exceedingly well qualified to be the next C.I.A. Director, but she has a troubling past that the Senate will need to at least force her to answer questions about.
While the nature of Rex Tillerson’s firing as Secretary of State was shocking in its abruptness, taken in context with the rocky nature of his tenure it was hardly surprising.
Ending an investigation that was flawed and tainted with partisanship from the start, the House Intelligence Committee has abruptly concluded its investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Tomorrow’s Special Election in Pennsylvania isn’t looking good for Republicans, even if their candidate manages to eke out a win.
By threatening to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran, Donald Trump is making it far less likely that any upcoming talks with North Korea will succeed.
Not surprisingly, the Trump Administration is backing away from gun regulations opposed by the N.R.A.
Talking to adversaries is a good idea. Of course, it matters how it is done.
It is a fair question. But judging the Trump administration on tax cuts, Gorsuch, and the DJIA is to ignore a lot of profound problems.
Anderson Cooper has interviewed adult film star Stormy Daniels for 60 Minutes, but lawyers for President Trump are apparently considering legal action to stop the report from airing.
There won’t be any tanks, but it looks like President Trump will get his military parade.
The President tried bringing something akin to a traditional policy process to the White House. Now he’s rebelling against it.
The Judge presiding over the lawsuit brought by a group of Twitter users blocked by President Trump may have sent a hint about how she’s inclined to rule during a hearing this week.
Once again, there’s speculation in Washington that Justice Anthony Kennedy could retire this year.
North Korea’s Dear Leader has baited the President of the United States into a trap.
Maryland’s legislature is considering a law that would require candidates for President to release their tax returns. It’s probably not Constitutional.