Here’s our latest on the inevitability (or otherwise) of mass shootings in the United States.
Paul Wolfowitz says he’ll likely back Hillary Clinton, the latest neoconservative to defect to the Democrat’s camp.
A new lawsuit takes aim at the Department of Education’s push to force colleges to decide cases based on “a preponderance of the evidence.”
One organization’s approach focuses on the adults, not the kids.
Donald Trump’s campaign manager wants to destroy the left. And the GOP nominee is just the most recent vessel of convenience in his consequences-be-damned crusade.
The candidate’s campaign bought $55,000 worth of his newest book, Crippled America. But did they follow the law?
Early this month, a group of 50 national-security officials who had served in Republican administrations—Nixon, Ford, Reagan, Bush I, Bush…
His efforts to champion progressive grassroots activism have been troubled so far.
The Republican nominee is talking about softening his view on deportations and amnesty, but he makes it hard to tell whether he has actually done so.
If Hillary Clinton beats Donald Trump, her party will have set a record in American politics.
The previous 84 items in this series cover developments that might concern Donald Trump’s opponents. Tonight we have one that…
Nigel Farage, a major proponent of the British Leave campaign, will join Trump at a rally in Jackson, Mississippi.
Donald Trump’s campaign manager says he’s actually winning, thanks to “undercover” supporters. Plenty of past presidential hopefuls have mistakenly believed the same.
The video below is not by Donald Trump or from the Trump campaign. That’s why I put an asterisk in…
The U.S. presidential nominee’s anti-Islam rhetoric has motivated some to speak out against stereotypes.
If his administration gets its way, it would be even easier for future commanders in chief to take military action without approval from Congress.
More than half of the people outside the government with whom Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met were also donors to the Clinton Foundation.
The president spent the day visiting flood-ravaged neighborhoods in Louisiana.
The president, facing criticism that he remained on vacation during the historic flooding, toured some of the worst-hit areas on Tuesday.
A federal court overturned a lower-court judge’s ruling, allowing the U.S. state to reduce a stretch in which citizens could register and cast ballots.
The Republican nominee is pledging to follow an approach that resembles President Obama's.
Polling within the margin of error among African Americans, the Republican tries new outreach—but his approach seems doomed to failure.
I am pivoting toward a sanity-protecting, time-preserving policy of simply noting “norm-changing” activities from the Trump campaign. That is, words…