A ginned up controversy regarding a border nature reserve has escalated.
So, it turns out that Fox News wasn’t really all that fair or balanced.
Despite denials and dismissals, it is clear that being an impeached President is getting under Trump’s skin.
The fifth Democratic debate brought some candidate clashes, but hardly the no-holds-barred type of event you might expect for this late in the pre-primary process.
Jeff Sessions demonstrates just how obsequious he’s willing to be to get his Senate seat back.
Jeff Sessions entered the race for the GOP nomination for Senate in Alabama by heaping obsequious and pathetic praise on a man who had spent two years insulting him publicly and privately
David Koch, one-half of the Koch Brothers and the head of a wide-ranging business empire who also went on to have a huge impact on politics and cultural philanthropy, has died at the age of 79.
Free expression sometimes enables horrible crimes. How does a free society deal with that tension?
This time, the rumors about John Kelly leaving appear to be true.
There’s yet another rumor that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly could be on the way out.
After one year at a job that has to be among the most frustrating in Washington, John Kelly has agreed to stay on through the 2020 election.
A powerful political network is distancing itself from the Trump-dominated Republican Party.
John Kelly is nearing the end of his first year as White House Chief of Staff, and it’s becoming apparent that his mission to bring order to a disordered White House has failed.
Steve Bannon says he doesn’t believe the President has ever told a lie.
The Trump White House has leaked more than any in recent memory. Some of the leakers have explained what motivates them.
Dan Drezner notes some challenges on this topic, and I add some of my own thoughts.
After eight months in office, the pressures on Chief of Staff John Kelly continue to mount under a President who cannot be controlled and whose behavior will not change.
Old-fashioned notions of journalistic neutrality are chafing young reporters in the Age of Trump.
Within hours after being fired as Secretary of Veterans Affairs, David Shulkin was fighting back.
Supporters of Roy Moore tried to bribe the attorney for a woman accusing the former Senate candidate of sexual assault when she was just fourteen years old into repudiating his client.
Donald Trump may be getting ready to act as his own Chief of Staff. That would be a huge mistake.
A new report confirms that the White House has indeed required staffers to sign non-disclosure agreements that are clearly not enforceable.
Breitbart News appears to be fading in terms of readership, but the alt-right politics it represents is not going away.
A report in The Washington Post says that White House Staff under President Trump have been required to sign non-disclosure agreements.
Will Bunch wildly exaggerates the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Once again, there’s speculation in Washington that Justice Anthony Kennedy could retire this year.
The chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisors is out after failing to convince the boss not to impose tariffs.
After skipping such events in his first thirteen months in office, the President tried his hand at stand-up last night to mixed reviews.
National Security Adviser H.L. McMaster is the latest person rumored to be considering moving on from the Trump Administration.
Former White House and Trump campaign adviser Steve Bannon has been subpoenaed in connection with special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
Steve Bannon loses his position at Breitbart after his blistering comments about the President and others in the Administration became public.
Who needs a First Amendment when you have lawyers willing to write threatening letters?
Whatever goodwill may have existed between the Trump Administration and Steve Bannon appears to have evaporated.
With the results from Alabama. the GOP faces a hard road ahead defending its majority in the Senate.
Roy Moore’s loss in Alabama is bringing out into the open a civil war that has been going on for seven years now.
Most Americans are unlikely to remember John Anderson, but he was a harbinger of things to come.
The early numbers in the battle to control Congress look good for Democrats, but there are are a number of caveats to keep in mind.
The differing reactions among Republicans in Washington and the base of the Republican Party to the charges against Roy Moore have enhanced a civil war inside the Republican Party.