POLITICO has obtained what purports to be the 1st draft of the opinion.
The President admits that he intentionally downplayed the threat posed by the epidemic.
There’s a campaign to encourage anti-Trump Republicans and independents to vote in New Hampshire.
The norms of social discourse are rapidly changing in the #MeToo era.
In his business career Donald Trump relied largely on fear and intimidation to get his way on business deals. As President, he’s finding that nobody is afraid of him.
Donald Trump has been in office just over 600 days, and he’s proven beyond any doubt that he doesn’t care if what he says is the truth or not.
Reports about tension between Defense Secretary James Mattis and President Trump are becoming louder, and it’s being suggested that Mattis could be out of office after the midterms.
The Twenty-Fifth Amendment has been in the news a lot lately, but what would it actually take to use it to remove a President from power?
With less than two months to go before the midterm elections, President Trump’s job approval numbers are hitting new lows.
Just how far should White House staffers and civil servants go in protecting the public from an erratic president?
Donald Trump is a bad, inept, and potentially dangerous President. That doesn’t mean that a ‘soft coup’ inside the White House is the answer to the problem he presents to our democratic republic.
In an extraordinary anonymous Op-Ed, a senior White House official describes a White House in chaos.
A new book by legendary Washington reporter Bob Woodward appears to contain explosive revelations about the President and the operation of the White House.
Omarosa Manigault Newman, who used to be a Trump favorite, is out with a book that makes sensationalistic claims about the Trump Administration. The real story, though, is what she has on tape and how she got it.
The rules of American journalism haven’t caught up with the reality of this Presidency.
Instead of attending the White House Correspondents Association Dinner, Donald Trump spent his Saturday attacking the press and the First Amendment.
The passing of a true legend in American journalism.
A new book by former SecDef Robert Gates is making political waves in Washington power circles, but will it matter to ordinary Americans?
The news that Obama aides discussed a change to the 2012 ticket is part of the latest Halperin/Heilemann campaign history.
One of the nation’s papers of record is changing owners for the first time in 80 years.
Conservatives are doing what the criticized JournoList for doing—even though JournoList didn’t.
Outrage over leaks like those that Edward Snowden makes doesn’t exist when its politicians doing the leaking.
The Come On Baby Light My Fire Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.
Once again, politicians in Washington are engaging in irrelevant partisan battles rather than trying to solve the nation’s problems.
Bob Woodward once again has Washington abuzz with a White House scoop. This one is BS.
Ezra Klein argues that the voters already decided how the sequestration fight should play out.
President Obama seems to have given away the store when it comes to the defense sequestration cuts.
The President Obama lost his cool with Speaker Boehner on debt negotiations is not nearly as important as the underlying reason a deal couldn’t be reached.
Gene Weingarten is not a fan of journalists building a brand.
Last night, the President basically announced that America’s longest war had entered it’s end game.
Once again, Washington is abuzz with rumors that Hillary Clinton will be replacing Joe Biden as the Democratic Vice-Presidential nominee in 2012.
Bob Woodward reports that President Obama was looking for options other than staying the course in Afghanistan. The military didn’t provide any.
Perhaps the biggest insight from Bob Woodward’s latest book is the sharpness of the split between the military and civilian leadership.
Tonight’s topics: Bob Woodward’s new book, the Murkowski write-in bid, the weird race in Delaware, and the end of the Great Recession.
What’s so wrong with saying that America will survive even if al Qaeda manages to hit us again ?
According to a new book from Bob Woorward, American policy in Afghanistan is the result of a decision making process that can only be described as chaotic at best.