The fourth Democratic debate saw a viewership dip from September, but there are likely some good reasons for that.
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.
Tulsi Gabbard, who managed to qualify for tomorrow’s fourth Democratic debate after missing out on the third, is threatening to boycott what may be her last chance to make her case to a national audience.
Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani is under criminal investigation by the same office he once headed as U.S. Attorney.
The longtime anchor is leaving the network, ostensibly at his request.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court held oral argument in a series of cases asking it to decide if existing civil rights laws cover discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
Much like it did during the McCarthy Era, the Republican Party has to decide what side of history it wishes to be on. The right side, or the wrong side.
The past week has demonstrated more notably than any other that this President is not well.
Bernie Sanders has slipped in the polls but retains his ability to raise money.
Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was convicted of ,murder in the death of Botham Jean, an innocent man who was murdered for the “crime” of being in his own apartment.
Trump threatens civil war if he’s removed from office.
Jake Tapper and Chris Wallace both put Administration surrogates through the ringer on their respective Sunday morning shows.
Just days before he repeatedly pressured the President of Ukraine to reopen a closed investigation involving the son of former Vice-President Biden, President Trump suspended military aid that had been authorized by Congress.
Obvious advice is obvious.
To listen to the meda, Joe Biden’s recent gaffes and malapropisms are a major story. For regular Americans, though, they don’t seem to matter.
The Democratic candidates for President who didn’t qualify for the third debate are coming under increased pressure to get out of the race.
Joe Walsh, a former Tea Party stalwart who served in Congress nine years ago, has thrown his hat in the ring against President Trump for the 2020 GOP Presidential Nomination.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders has signed on with Fox News Channel to continue her career of lying on behalf of the President.
Republicans from around the country want Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to run for Senate in Kansas. Because they’re afraid they can’t win without him.
President Trump doubled down on his tirade against Jewish American Democrats from yesterday with some even more offensive comments.
Sean Spicer will appear on the upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars
Former Vice-President Biden has dropped his first television ad in Iowa, and it touches on his strongest selling point.
The Trump Administration and 2020 campaign are clearly worried about the state of the economy. They should be, because it could be the one thing that dooms his re-election chances.
Protests in Hong Kong have been going on for nine weeks now, but they are reaching a point where the patience of the leaders in Beijing is being tested.
President Trump says he’s thinking about commuting the sentenced of Rod Blagojevich, who has served seven years of the fourteen-year sentence he received for public corruption.
Donald Trump is a complete package, you can’t support part of it without at least implicitly endorsing all of it.
On a day that called for national unity and empathy, President Trump couldn’t help but revert to form.
A Republican State Legislator in Nebraska says things that other Republicans don’t have the courage to say.
Republicans have come up with a new target to blame mass shootings on, “violent video games.”
Embattled Governor Ricardo A. Rosselló has stepped down but succession issues surround the man who took the oath of office late yesterday.
A new poll has a majority of respondents saying the President is a racist. He won’t care.
As was the case in June, the second night of the second Democratic debate was seen by more people than the first night.
President Trump’s nominee to be the next Director of National Intelligence is quite simply not qualified for the position he has been nominated to.
Once again, President Trump can’t help but make something meant to recognize real American heroes all about himself.
Despite all the complaining, we’re in a golden age of political and policy coverage.
Wednesday’s Congressional testimony by former Special Counsel Robert Mueller wasn’t exactly a ratings blockbuster.
New estimates place the Cowboys and Yankees at the top of the list of the most valuable sports franchises in the world.
The Mueller hearing has weakened the political argument for impeachment. Democrats need to proceed with caution, and concentrate on winning in 2020 rather than removing the President from office prematurely.
Robert Mueller didn’t provide a smoking gun yesterday, but the President and his supporters are wrong to claim that the hearing vindicated the President.
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.
An Army appellate court has rejected an appeal filed by Bowe Bergdahl that argued that the President’s attacks on him while a candidate unfairly influenced his court martial.
Fifty years ago today, we were reminded of what humanity can accomplish if we put our minds to it. It seems like we’ve forgotten that over the past half-century.