A report outlining steps for re-opening the economy in the wake of COVID-19 has been leaked to the press.
New Jersey Congressman Jeff van Drew, elected just last year as a Democrat, is now a Republican.
The details about President Trump’s attempts to get Ukraine to investigate the son of one of his potential 2020 rivals keep getting worse for the President.
Stories from sites like The Onion are routinely shared on social media and perceived as real news.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is leaving office at the end of the month.
Presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway stands credibly accused of multiple violations of Federal law. The President will do nothing about it.
It’s been three months since the White House held a press briefing. Meanwhile, the President continues his unhinged attacks on the media.
A year and a half into the #MeToo era, we’re still debating who gets to have a career.
The ongoing apparent attempted coup in Venezuela is already leading to talk of American intervention in the event of a crackdown. That would be unwise and unjustified.
President Trump and the top Democrats in Congress announced a purported $2 trillion infrastructure deal but there’s no reason to believe it will ever become law.
Trump’s threat will not make things better (and the notion of actually closing the border is insane).
Gender bias is real. Most examples cited, though, aren’t.
President Trump appears to be backing away from the idea of declaring a national emergency to get his wall built. But the other options he’s considering aren’t much better.
President Trump’s speech on the border wall and the shutdown was fact-free, misleading, and overall a bomb.
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.
President Trump’s first choice to replace John Kelly as Chief of Staff turned the job down, leading one to wonder why anyone would want the job.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the U.S, Attorney for the Southern District of New York have filed sentencing memos that directly implicate the President in a series of felonies.
Three Democratic Senators are suing the Acting Attorney General, asserting that his appointment was unconstitutional.
President Trump’s selection to serve as Acting Attorney General does not appear to be Constitutionally authorized to serve in that position.
Overwhelmingly, legal experts agree that President Trump is wrong about birthright citizenship and the Fourteenth Amendment.
At this point, corruption, dishonesty, and insanity are just baked in.
After roughly a week of staying silent, President Trump decided last night to openly mock Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.
Is the reopened investigation of Brett Kavanaugh a real investigation of the charges made against him by three separate women, or is it a political sham? It’s beginning to look much more like the latter than the former.
Rebutting the President’s routine prevarications merely spreads them. Is there an alternative?
Trump supporters seeking to justify the Trump Administration’s family separation policy are drawing a false, and baseless, equivalence between immigrant families and people who have been convicted of crimes.
Children are not political bargaining chips, but that’s exactly what this President plans to turn them into.
The Mueller investigation turns one year old today and, despite the arguments of Trump and his supporters, there’s no sign that it will be coming to an end in the near future.
Quietly, Mike Pence is seeking to create his own power base inside the GOP even as the White House pushes back.
The Trump White House has leaked more than any in recent memory. Some of the leakers have explained what motivates them.
As has often been the case, the White House Correspondent’s Dinner is arousing some degree of controversy, mostly because of the comedy or lack thereof.
President Trump won’t attend nerd prom again this year. That’s a good thing.
The legal distinction between “personal capacity” and “official capacity” makes no sense for senior presidential appointees.
The President would like to copy Singapore’s zero-tolerance policy. The US Constitution stands in his way.
Last week, the President was calling for national unity. This week, he called political opponents “treasonous.”
President Trump has formally endorsed an accused child molester for the United States Senate.
President Trump put his thumb on the scale for Roy Moore, ignoring the allegations of harassment and sexual abuse that have been made against the candidate.
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.
Since taking office, President Trump has made an average of 5.5 false claims per day.
Most Americans don’t support President Trump’s statements about the protests by N.F.L. players, but it’s just another example of him using hateful rhetoric to pander to his base.
Sean Spicer now says he regrets the lies that defined his time at the White House.
Six months of revelations about ties to Russia is taking its toll on White House staffers.