The Russians are at it again, with the cooperation of the Trump administration and its enablers.
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.
The final two witnesses in this week’s public hearings before the House Intelligence Committee reduced the Republican talking points in the President’s defense looking as absurd as they have always been.
As the walls close in, the President is growing more agitated.
Republicans used to honor the men and women who serve our country. In the Trump Era, they attack them in defense of the President.
After a long day of hearings, the case against the President is becoming clearer and Republican defenses becoming more absurd.
There were few fireworks during the first day of public impeachment hearings, but the ground work for a case against the President was laid.
They know how Congress works, but are banking on the fact that many Americans don’t.
More information released last night confirmed the extent to which the United States was linking progress on its relationship with Ukraine to an investigation of Joe Biden and his son.
Trump’s penchant for behaving more like a talk radio host than a POTUS continues unabated.
Six Democrats are boycotting on principle. Four Republicans don’t care.
On one level, it is rather amusing; on another is it quite insidious.
Jon Huntsman, the U.S. Ambassador to Russia, is rejecting calls that he should resign in the wake of what everyone seems to agree was a disastrous summit meeting with Vladimir Putin.
The House Intelligence Committee’s report is being touted as vindication by the Trump Administration and its supporters. It’s not.
The head of the House Intelligence Committee’s Russia investigation admitted yesterday that the committee was never focused on any potential evidence of collusion.
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.
Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee have released a memo that completely eviscerates the memo prepared by Committee Chairman Devin Nunes.
Donald Trump has blocked the release of a memo prepared by House Intelligence Committee Democrats to rebut the Nunes memo. It’s hard not to see this as a blatantly partisan move.
Contrary to the claims that were made by conservatives and Trump supporters before its release, the memo prepared by Congressman Devin Nunes has done nothing to undermine the Russia investigation.
Administration officials are admitting that it’s likely that Russia will try to interfere in the midterm elections just as it did in 2016, but they don’t seem inclined to do anything about it.
The two most important allegations in the Nunes memo appear to be complete lies.
President Trump is claiming that the Nunes memo vindicates him. He’s wrong.
Republicans have released the memo prepared by Congressman Devin Nunes that purports to call into question the basis for the Russia investigation. In the end, though, it amounts to much ado about nothing.
John Kelly continues to throw away the good name he earned in decades of service as a Marine to serve the agenda of President Trump.
Yet another demand for a loyalty pledge from a law enforcement official by a President under investigation.
House Republicans passed their tax reform bill. That was the easy part.
A Congressman was shot, and a staffer and security detail members injured, at a practice session for tomorrow’s Congressional baseball game.
Republicans in Congress are slavishly seeking to divert attention from wrongdoing by Donald Trump, or Russia.
It may well be that the 25th Amendment, not the impeachment clause, will be his undoing.
The story about the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia didn’t start with Michael Flynn, and it isn’t going to end with his resignation.
An unsurprising ‘resignation’ from the shortest-serving National Security Adviser in history.
House Republicans are vowing to continue their investigations even if Hillary Clinton wins the White House.
Disturbing reports over the weekend that American leaders may not be getting the kind of unbiased intelligence analysis about ISIS that they need to make decisions.
Paul Ryan is getting pressure from all sides to get into the race for Speaker Of The House.
The Senate returns tomorrow to try to pass an extension of the PATRIOT Act before it expires, but it may not be able to do so.
Despite a high profile effort to oust him, the most prominent libertarian Republican in Congress survived his primary challenge yesterday.
A proposed Syria authorization being considered in the Senate places several limits on Presidential authority to act, but it’s unclear if those limits can actually work.
Despite the push it’s likely to receive, most of President Obama’s gun control proposals will barely even see the light of day in Congress.