More details from the Alaska special election.
How the host’s off-camera views contradict what he was telling his audience
The President used his first speech to Congress as an attempt to unite the country.
The fixes worsen the stated problem (more on Iowa and other states’ attempts to restrict voting).
Most agree that it was good theater. But it’s not clear what they’ve proven.
A bad night for Bloomberg and Warren has radically reshaped the race.
The trial phase of the Trump impeachment is set to be an absolute partisan joke.
Public opinion on impeachment has shifted rapidly to the point where a majority of Americans support an impeachment inquiry and support for removal is growing as well.
The Trump Administration and 2020 campaign are clearly worried about the state of the economy. They should be, because it could be the one thing that dooms his re-election chances.
President Trump is delaying implementation of his recently announced tariffs on Chinese goods.
After a year of fighting, the Administration has given up on its effort to get a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
It’s still way too early to be predictive, but the latest head-to-head matches between the President and the top contenders for the Democratic nomination.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell declared “case closed” on the Mueller Report and the Russia investigation. This is far from the truth.
On one level, it is rather amusing; on another is it quite insidious.
Graham is blocking a vote on a non-binding resolution on the Mueller report.
Based on his appearance on CNN last night, Howard Schultz appears to be running a campaign about nothing.
Despite overwhelming calls for his resignation, Ralph Northam is refusing to step down as Governor of Virginia.
The American withdrawal from the I.N.F. Treaty gives Vladimir Putin exactly what he wants.
Is the settlement of the government shutdown just delaying the inevitable?
There’s a way that Congress and the President could make future government shutdowns impossible, but they probably won’t do it.
Once again, Rudy Giuliani is contradicting his client.
In a small, but meaningful, step, the Senate has rebuked the Administration’s policies toward the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The emergence of a silly talking point.
The GOP is likely to lose control of the House of Representatives tomorrow, but could this actually help Trump?
Russia’s real goal in interfering in American elections may not have anything to do with favoring one candidate over another.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she’d like to stay on the Court at least until she turns 90, but it’s unlikely she’ll go anywhere voluntarily as long as Donald Trump is President.
Based on what can only be described as pure vindictiveness, the President is apparently planning on revoking security clearances of former officials who have been outspoken against the Administration and its policies.
In a new interview, former Trump attorney and ‘fixer’ Michael Cohen gives the strongest signal yet that he’s ready to cooperate with investigators.
The crying Honduran girl who has become a symbol of a brutal policy actually is not one of its victims.
New polling shows that the Trump Administration’s family separation policy is widely unpopular, with only Republicans supporting it. That last fact, though, is why Trump is unlikely to change the policy.
Mike Pence’s obsequiousness to his master knows no limits.
The prospect for a fix to help DACA beneficiaries is looking gloomier than ever.
Of course Donald Trump wants a military parade, it would be consistent with his delusions of grandeur.
And the evidence for obstruction of justice continues to mount.
Steve Bannon loses his position at Breitbart after his blistering comments about the President and others in the Administration became public.
New reports indicate that the President is spending more and more time watching television and tweeting. That’s not what he was elected to do.
Report that President Trump considered withdrawing the Gorsuch nomination are another sign of his unhealthy obsession with pledges of loyalty from people who have no business giving it to him.
The woman who says Ray Moore assaulted her when she was just 14 spoke out this morning at the same time that the White House effectively endorsed Moore’s candidacy.
A Los Angeles reporter says that Minnesota Senator Al Franken groped her and engaged in other inappropriate conduct during a 2006 USO tour.
Donald Trump is continuing to up the ante in his rhetorical war against one of America’s most fundamental freedoms.
Former Trump aide Steve Bannon is declaring war on Republicans in the Senate.
While there are real differences between what’s being reported about White House officials such as Jared Kushner and what Hillary Clinton did, the charge of hypocrisy is well-founded.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer poked fun at himself on last night’s Emmy broadcast, and the political pundits are all in pearl-clutching mode because of it.