Sarah Sanders says the U.S. can’t “dictate” to other countries how to run themselves, but Trump has had no problems labeling governments elsewhere in the world repressive.
If the consulting firm’s “psychometric” modeling was really the key to winning campaigns, why would it even flirt with sketchier skullduggery?
After a year of uncertainty and unhappiness, the president is reportedly feeling more comfortable—but has he really mastered the job?
As the administration faces a spate of departures from its top ranks, filling their posts will be a major challenge.
A civil-rights group says a bondsman in Baltimore is seeking to collect almost $900,000 despite operating illegally—a window into the challenges of bail reform.
For a few months this fall and winter, it seemed like the Trump administration was slowly finding its footing. February destroyed that illusion.
The communication director’s surprise resignation comes amid harsh scrutiny, and deprives the president of one of his closest and longest-serving aides.
The Trump administration decided early on that many guidelines were either antiquated or punitive, and is belatedly discovering that they were there for its own protection.
Most commanders in chief run for the White House to get something done, but the incumbent has always been more interested in running for office than running the government.
The emphasis placed on whether the Trump team colluded with Russia to interfere in the election threatens to overshadow the scandal in plain sight.
The former Trump campaign aide pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud and lying to the FBI on Friday, the third Trump aide to admit he committed a felony.
The president’s suggestions range from arming teachers to Obama-style background-check regulation.
How did Missouri’s Republican governor go from rising star to felony charges in barely one year?
The NRA executive vice president’s pugnacious speech on Thursday provoked an indignant response—exactly as he’d aimed to do.
On Tuesday, the district attorney in Durham, North Carolina, dismissed all remaining charges in the August case. What does that mean for the future of statues around the country?
Whatever their reasons, both Obama and Trump have argued against overemphasizing the effects of election interference—and they might both have a point.
The president tried to distance himself from the story of Russian interference—and in the process, thrust himself right back into the center of the narrative.
The shrugs that have met credible recent allegations of affairs by Donald Trump force a reconsideration of the post-Bill Clinton narrative about voter morality and politicians’ sense of shame.
The special counsel detailed how a Russian effort to widen divisions in American society launched in 2014 morphed into active support for the candidacy of Donald Trump.
The president called for increased vigilance on Thursday, but even when authorities know about troubled individuals that often isn’t enough to prevent massacres.