He’s flailing. There’s no telling what’s next.
If they think Trump betrayed the Kurds, why do they still support him?
Trump is abusing the power of investigation.
Some of Trump’s supporters are worried about corruption—but he seems mostly worried about his political opponents.
Defenders of Trump would seem to be conceding that a President Kamala Harris could pressure foreign leaders to investigate Don Jr., Eric, and Ivanka Trump for corrupt business dealings.
The president falsely accused a sitting congressman of treason. Why do Republicans stand for this?
The former defense secretary said the greatest threat to national security is domestic disunity.
The debate about President Trump’s call with the Ukrainian president
Richie Jackson and Andrew Sullivan disagree about how central being gay should be to one’s identity.
Should journalists care about the speech wars in the era of Donald Trump?
The Guardian twisted the social-justice concept to diminish David Cameron’s grief.
If elected, can the candidate be trusted to hold government officials accountable and oversee a progressive criminal-justice system? Her past says no.
Police in Oregon manipulated a photo to make a suspect look more like the perpetrator.
Using “the ruling class” and “overlords” as shorthand for Trump’s critics is Orwellian nonsense.
The president gives his opponents media attention and enhances their influence on American life.
Imagine a Netflix-type portal for short campaign videos.
The Fox News host’s recent segment was among the most poorly reasoned ever.
An authoritarian fear of difference best explains the intolerance sweeping the Republican Party.
It’s hard to feel that the U.S. is “great again” when men born and raised here keep going on mass killing sprees.
John Delaney’s plan amounts to forced labor.