A government watchdog says that the aide to the president is undermining the rule of law, and should be fired.
Having exploited foreign assistance in 2016 and gotten away with it, the president is already trying it again in the 2020 race.
The Democratic presidential candidate warns that Donald Trump poses an existential threat, but also says his impact can be easily erased.
The president responded to reports that Kim Jong Un’s brother had been an American asset by reassuring the strongman he would not allow such spying in the future.
The pianist, singer, and songwriter—who died Thursday, at 77—straddled camp and tradition, authenticity and commercialism.
It’s not just making people believe false things—a new study suggests it’s also making them less likely to consume or accept information.
The specific initiative is a bad idea, but it’s the sort of systemic reform voters are craving.
Overreact, and encourage more provocations. Ignore them, and risk something worse.
Pete Buttigieg’s endorsement of a court-packing plan exemplifies the high court’s journey from afterthought to central concern among progressives.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan was the last, best hope of anti-Trump Republicans, but now he says he won’t run.
The last two serious prospective primary challengers to the president have dropped out, even as an appetite remains for a rival among Republican voters.
The president insisted that preventing illegal immigration would be simple and easy. Through a series of increasingly desperate attempts, he’s discovering that isn’t true.
The special counsel chose his opening and closing remarks with care—and they weren’t about obstruction of justice.
Michael Wolff is back with another juicy account of the presidency—but the latest White House tell-all simply highlights the emptiness of the genre.
The president has been intervening in the process of producing a border wall, on behalf of a favored firm.
With each stonewall and demand that Democrats drop investigations, the president is making it more likely that Congress will feel compelled to act.
As White House stonewalling continues, Democrats are starting to speak more openly about the constitutional option, but their leader isn’t budging.
Forget Barr and Mueller. The former White House counsel would be a more interesting witness—and create something more closely resembling an impeachment hearing.
The lavish spending of top officials rarely makes headlines anymore, but that doesn’t mean the problem has gone away.
His racism and intolerance have always been in evidence; only slowly did he begin to understand how to use them to his advantage.