A Federal Judge has ruled against an elected official who blocked a constituent from accessing her Facebook page.
In another major change announced via Twitter, late yesterday President Trump announced he’d hired a new Chief of Staff, but changes at the staff level aren’t going to fix what’s really wrong with the Trump Administration.
Reports are indicating that Donald Trump may be looking to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions with Rudy Giuliani.
A big but not unexpected personnel change at the White House.
Six months of revelations about ties to Russia is taking its toll on White House staffers.
President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accords was neither the big win his supporters claim nor the disaster his critics fear.
The Trump White House loses ts first major staffer, and more are likely to come.
For some reason, Joe Lieberman is apparently the front-runner to replace James Comey at the F.B.I.
The President is being fed “news” from questionable news sources, and that’s a problem.
Soon visitors to the White House will be able to see Donald Trump’s “yuge” election win on display for all to see.
Once again, the GOP punts on ‘repeal and replace’ because they don’t have the votes.
Faced with the fact that it has little to show for its first 100 days in office, the Trump Administration is pressuring Congress to come up with a new health care reform bill before the end of next week.
Inconceivably, Steve Bannon thought that clashing with President Trump’s daughter and son-in-law was a good idea. He’s likely learned his lesson now.
More fireworks on the second day of the questioning of Neil Gorsuch, but his confirmation nonetheless seems assured.
The Trump Administration is continuing, and indeed expanding, its war on a free press.
For seventy-seven minutes yesterday, President Trump held forth in a press conference that confirmed the most dire predictions about what he’d be like as President.
The Acting Attorney General was fired last night after announcing that she would refuse to defend President Trump’s Executive Order on immigration. As a result she was fired. Contrary to some arguments, this was not improper.
The first full day of Donald Trump’s Presidency consisted largely of obsessions with irrelevant facts and outright lies.
Another great loss for music in what has been a difficult year.
Republicans are abandoning Donald Trump in droves after last night’s revelation of lewd remarks he made in 2005.
With the race for the Democratic nomination over, President Obama is ready to hit the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton.
Paul Ryan takes himself out of contention as a potential Republican nominee.
With the Republican nomination fight down to two incredibly unappealing candidates, some Republican insiders are talking about looking elsewhere for a nominee.
It seems increasingly apparent that the only way to stop Donald Trump now is by trying to force a contested convention. It also seems clear that such a plan probably wouldn’t succeed.
Bizarrely, the Marco Rubio campaign seems to be telling donors that their candidate may have to hope for a brokered convention to win the GOP nomination.
Is this really ‘infuriating’ news?
If the Administration gets its way, efforts to block the Iran nuclear deal may come to a quick end in the Senate.
A word that has come in recent years to be used to refer chiefly to Muslim fanatics obviously applies to a man who murdered nine people because they’re black.
Marco Rubio is often described as one of the GOP’s leaders on foreign policy, but a close look reveals a decided lack of substance.
There’s really no point in watching tonight’s speech.
Regardless of the outcome of the Michael Brown investigation, there are legitimate problems that need to be addressed.
Some of his party’s leaders want the president to save them.
The IRS’s claim that it lost some unknown number of Lois Lerner’s emails doesn’t really add up.
Does encouraging binge watching make sense for Netflix?
There’s little evidence for the conservative contention that the President has damaged America’s position in the world.
Eric Shinseki resigned as Secretary of Veterans Affairs this morning, to the surprise of absolutely nobody.
Committing a crime is bad enough, committing a stupid crime in the dumbest way possible is orders of magnitude bad.
Could Rick Perry recover from his disastrous 2012 campaign to become a viable candidate?