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 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.
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 evidence of ties between the Trump campaign and Russian interests.
Just about two months into office, Donald Trump’s job approval number are worse than any newly elected President since World War II.
Donald Trump isn’t going to change, and that’s bad news for all of us.
Two more losses for the Trump Administration.
Rachel Maddow hyped the fact that she had obtained a copy of Trump’s 2005 tax return last night. It turned out to be much ado about nothing.
Senate Democrats are divided on how to approach the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, making it likely that he’ll be confirmed.
The Congressional Budget Office delivered some bad news yesterday to House Republicans on their replacement for Obamacare.
More conflicts of interest for the Trump Administration.
An unusual, if not unexpected, mass firing at the Justice Department on Friday afternoon.
The first Jobs Report for the first full month of the Trump Presidency is out, but it’s nothing to write home about.
A strong pick for what is likely to be an important Ambassadorial position in coming years.
Hawaii is the first state to challenge the Trump Administration’s revised Muslim travel ban.
Health care policy analysts seem united in their assessment of the House GOP’s replacement for the Affordable Care Act, and it’s overwhelmingly negative.
A majority of Americans support appointment of an Independent Counsel to investigate Russian influence in the 2016 election and the Trump’s campaign’s ties to Russia, but we should be careful before taking this step.
Ben Carson is back and he’s saying some pretty dumb things again.
Whether you call it TrumpCare, RyanCare, or GOPCare, the Republican replacement for the PPACA isn’t very impressive.
Donald Trump took to Twitter again this morning with predictable results.
President Trump has issued a revised ban on travel from six predominantly Muslim nations.
Donald Trump’s “Winter White House,” which has effectively become a “Weekend White House,” is basically selling access to the President.
Trump’s attempt to fix the balance of trade will almost surely end up leaving us all worse off.
Another day, another round of reports about contacts with Russian officials and people close to President Trump.
A new Pentagon proposal would place more discretion in the hands of field commanders, removing the need for Presidential approval.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions apparently misled Senators when asked about his contact with Russian officials.
Travel industry experts are reporting a noticeable drop in international travel and tourism since Donald Trump was elected President.
The announcement of a new Muslim travel ban Executive Order has been delayed once again.
Reports indicate that President Trump will seek to increase military spending. We don’t need to, and we can’t really afford it.
One month in, some Trump supporters are starting to wonder if he will actually deliver on what he promised.
This year’s White House Correspondents Association Dinner will be missing one high-profile guest.
A military judge has rejected a motion to dismiss the case against Bowe Bergdahl based on comments made by Donald Trump when he was a candidate for President.
The Trump Administration is continuing, and indeed expanding, its war on a free press.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer hinted that the Federal Government may stop giving deference to states that have legalized marijuana.
Donald Trump’s job approval numbers are the lowest for any new President since World War II. That doesn’t bode well for his Administration’s future.
Not surprisingly, the Trump Administration has revoked guidelines to public schools that required accommodation of transgender students.