The president’s remarks reflect a moral principle that has guided policy while in office, a principle obvious to all but that some refuse to articulate.
A soldier fled across the border and was shot by his comrades. The South Korean trauma surgeon who helped stabilize him describes his recovery.
Launched after the president claimed millions of illegal votes were cast in the 2016 election, the panel faced stiff opposition and numerous lawsuits.
The president singled out FBI attorney James Baker and Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe in a series of tweets.
Adam Serwer explains how his argument came together.
Adam Serwer explains how his argument came together
Four Atlantic writers discuss the Netflix adaptation of Spike Lee’s 1986 film, and the ways the series exceeds and falls short of its potential.
Before firing then-FBI Director James Comey, the president reportedly asked him not to prosecute the former national-security adviser.
Trump’s supporters backed a time-honored American political tradition, disavowing racism while promising to enact a broad agenda of discrimination.
The attorney general’s sworn testimony before the Senate is at odds with other accounts.
John Kelly’s account of its causes reflects a widely shared—and incorrect—understanding of the conflict.
Former Trump foreign-policy aide George Papadopoulos, who pleaded guilty to lying to federal agents during the Russia investigation, may have been secretly cooperating with investigators for months.
Legal experts said Monday's revelations show the special counsel is “maximizing the clout” of the Russia investigation.
The special counsel overseeing the Russia investigation reportedly obtained a sealed indictment on Friday.
The greatest threats to free speech in America come from the state, not from activists on college campuses.
In a speech Friday night, Trump urged NFL owners to fire players who protest. “Get that son of a bitch off the field right now, out. He’s fired. He’s fired!”
Trump’s opponents have often been accused of naïveté for their appeals to norms and civility. But early Friday morning, at least, that faith was rewarded.
The president also angrily lashed out at the media and his critics.
A new report from The Washington Post claims the attorney general had two “substantive” discussions with Sergey Kislyak about Trump’s stance on issues important to Russia.
There are no legal or ethical reasons for the special counsel to turn away if he discovers indications of misconduct that are unrelated to the original Russia inquiry.