As more details emerge about the documents he stole, defenders are falling away.
Republicans killed their parents and demanding mercy for being orphaned.
An unprecedented manuever in response to unprecedented obstruction.
Anyone familiar with Betteridge’s law of headlines knows where this is going.
A chance for a real investigation? Ruined legitimacy?
A third of the party’s Members of Congress voted against a popular bill.
The Party of Lincoln went over the cliff like lemmings in support. It’s tough to see how they recover.
The impeachment inquiry moves to the House judiciary Committee this morning.
As the walls close in, the President is growing more agitated.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch described how the President’s allies intimidated her out of her position, while the President intimidated her live on Twitter.
There were few fireworks during the first day of public impeachment hearings, but the ground work for a case against the President was laid.
Today the House of Representatives approved the procedures for the impeachment proceeding against the President.
They know how Congress works, but are banking on the fact that many Americans don’t.
Fear of Donald Trump and his minions is making it hard for Republicans to answer a simple question.
The same Republicans who were outraged over Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server are silent about the use of private apps by Trump officials.
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.
Jake Tapper and Chris Wallace both put Administration surrogates through the ringer on their respective Sunday morning shows.
Starting at 8:30 a.m. this morning, the eyes and ears of Washington and much of the nation will be focus on one thing, the testimony of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
On Wednesday, much of official Washington, and likely a good part of the country itself, will pause to watch what are likely to biggest hearings since the late 1980s.
The legal and political showdown between Congress and the White House has entered into a new stage.
Michigan Congressman Justin Amash has quit a group he helped found nine years ago after they voted to condemn him for advocating for the President’s impeachment.
An investigation has found that a doctor linked to Ohio State’s wrestling program abused more than 170 students during his time at the school.
Findings of “foreign influence, conflicts of interest, concerning personal conduct, financial problems, drug use, and criminal conduct” were dismissed.
The President’s latest ravings are “very bad, very bad.”
The President continues to lie at an astounding rate that only seems to be getting worse. Does anyone care?
In a two-hour rant before an adoring crowd of CPAC sycophants. President Trump displayed everything wrong with him and his Presidency.
Michael Cohen pulled back the curtain and revealed much about the true nature of Donald Trump yesterday. It’s not a pretty picture.
Republicans face a choice in the coming days. Do they support the Constitution, or do they support Donald Trump? You can count on them making the wrong choice.
The President will sign the bill to fund the government and avert another government shutdown, but in doing so he’ll also lay the groundwork for another showdown with Congress.
The government entered its third shutdown of the year with little sign of an immediate resolution.
With just hours to go, a partial government shutdown is becoming more and more likely.
The Senate passed a bill that keeps the government funded through the beginning of February, but fails to provide any funding for the President’s border wall.
With most forecasts assuming that Republicans will at least lose control of the House, the odds are that the GOP will react to that by moving further to the right.
The Ohio State University Board of Trustees has suspended football coach Urban Meyer for three games over his handling of allegations of domestic violence by an Assistant Coach dating back to 2015.
The head football coach at the University of Maryland has been suspended after reports of a “toxic environment” that led to the death of a student athlete in June.
A Special Election tomorrow in suburban Columbus, Ohio could tell us a lot about where the midterm elections might be headed.
Jim Jordan, who heads the powerful House Freedom Caucus, is being accused of ignoring reports of sexual abuse by a team doctor while he was a coach at The Ohio State University.
Congress seems likely to pass a budget deal today that will massively increase spending, putting to rest once and for all the rank hypocrisy of Republicans when it comes to claims that they are “fiscally conservative.”
Congress appears to be moving closer to a budget deal even as the President tries to throw a monkey wrench into the whole thing.
It’s been two years since John Boehner stepped down as Speaker, and he’s got a few things to say about his former colleagues and the state of American politics.