A 2020 blowout has long been presumed. But maybe it won’t happen.
After a firestorm of criticism for his handling of a decade-old plea deal with Jeffrey Epstein, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta has resigned.
A leading conservative makes a truly bizarre defense of the President.
The government entered its third shutdown of the year with little sign of an immediate resolution.
A state trial court Judge in New York rejected efforts by the Donald Trump to halt a lawsuit alleging charity fraud in connection with the operation of The Trump Foundation.
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand says she has no intention of running for President in 2020.
President Trump claims that November will see a “red wave” rather than the “blue wave” that most analysts are expecting. There’s no evidence to support his hypothesis.
There was a time when Mike Pence believed that a President’s personality morality and trustworthiness mattered. He clearly doesn’t believe that anymore.
Either the President of the United States is a knowing liar or he is very easily duped. Neither is a comforting thought.
Donald Trump may or may not be racist himself, but he has most certainly exploited and helped widen racial divisions ever since bursting on the political scene in 2015.
In the age of Trump, morality is optional for conservatives.
Trump suffered another court loss yesterday that opens him up to some potentially embarrassing questions.
Robert Mueller has reportedly concluded that he cannot indict a sitting President. This is not a vindication of Trump, and merely upholds a conclusion that the Justice Department reached four decades ago.
Stormy Daniels is suing the President for defamation after he accused her of lying about a threat made to her seven years ago.
When it comes to a potential interview with Robert Mueller, President Trump faces risks no matter what form that interview takes.
It’s a valid question, but one should also be careful about drawing conclusions based on how a person in Trump’s position acts.
President Trump’s job approval numbers remain historically low.
A state trial court Judge in New York has ruled that a defamation lawsuit filed in Manhattan against President Trump can go forward.
New York Senator Kristen Gillibrand says Bill Clinton should have resigned over his affair with Monica Lewinsky. Raising the question of just how stringently we should apply the standards of today to the events of the past.
Six months of revelations about ties to Russia is taking its toll on White House staffers.
Yet another report that the President of the United States sought to undermine an ongoing F.B.I. investigation.
The Russia investigation seems to be getting closer to the Oval Office.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions apparently misled Senators when asked about his contact with Russian officials.
Janet Reno, who served as Attorney General for nearly all of the Bill Clinton Administration, has died at 78.
An 11-year-old tape of the Republican nominee making misogynistic comments should surprise no one.
Former President Clinton is set to hit the campaign trail for his wife in the New Year, and that could make things quite entertaining.
Hillary Clinton told supporters she’d require Supreme Court nominees to pledge to overturn Citizens United, a decision she completely misrepresented.
Hillary Clinton’s political and personal baggage is likely to be a bigger problem for her than whomever her Republican opponent ends up being.
Just in time for the midterms, Todd Akin is back to remind voters of the GOP’s problems with female voters.
Hillary Clinton does not come across well when she tries to play the empathy card.
In retrospect, and in comparison with other recent Presidents, George Herbert Walker Bush’s four years in office were pretty darn good.
Is there anything that could stop the Clinton juggernaut?
Worst part about being named HaHa Clinton-Dix? ‘The whole President Clinton thing with Monica Lewinsky’
Going after Hillary Clinton by attacking her husband won’t work.
Rand Paul seems to think a 15 year old scandal is relevant to the 2016 Presidential race.
More bad poll numbers for the President and his party.
The GOP’s latest investigatory crusade could end up backfiring on them.
The odds for a party switch in the House of Representatives remain quite low.
Does the public still care about the personal transgressions of politicians? The evidence seems to suggest they don’t.
As is often the case with sex scandals, pretty much everything ever written about General David Petraeus takes on an ironic double meaning in hindsight.
The President and his supporters say that Congressional Republicans will temper their rhetoric in a second Obama term. Don’t count on it.
Last night, Bill Clinton hit one out of the park for the President Of The United States.
One of these men is going to his party’s convention, the other is not. The reason why is rather obvious.
The Washington Post prematurely posted that Rick Santorum was dropping out of the race on its news wire and Bloomberg made the story viral while the Post was verifying its accuracy.