Two Democrats feel that the Supreme Court nominee misled them about his awareness of terror-detainee policy during the Bush administration.
A new indictment charges that Russians tried to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails on July 27, 2016—the same day that Donald Trump publicly asked them to do so.
The special counsel's latest indictment reaches back to his investigation's origin story: the hacking of the 2016 election.
How did the nominee for the Supreme Court spend $60,000 to $200,000 on Washington Nationals seats—and how did he pay it off so quickly?
The last eight months have been the most productive of this administration. Unfortunately for the president, there may be nowhere to go but down.
The president sought to dramatize the selection process, but he ultimately delivered a workaday statement nominating the most conventional candidate on his shortlist.
Some of the foremost proponents of the U.K. leaving the European Union have opted out of government rather than finish what they started.
The Maine senator wants a Supreme Court nominee who will support precedent, but Trump's candidates aren't likely to say how they might rule on a challenge.
Beginning about three years ago, the president’s tour stops became the most riveting spectacle on earth, but the formula feels increasingly stale.
The EPA administrator’s departure Thursday caps a remarkable run of scandals.
In his comments about combatting MS-13, the president fudges reality about both the agency and the gang.
The wave of former lieutenants working against the president is not unprecedented, but its timing is.
The president’s remarks at a recent rally inflating his wealth illuminate how his particular brand of populism works.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is working to change many faces of his kingdom’s society, but some experts wonder whether he can keep a grip on power.
The problems blamed on emergency managers are often caused by the shortcomings of other governmental bodies, both before and after disasters.
The First Amendment was drafted when speech was expensive and attention was abundant. Can it adapt to an era of too much speech and too little attention?
The newest voters in the 2018 midterm elections are less cynical about politics and more progressive than the young adults who came before them.
Critics say the administration is targeting Hispanics ahead of the population tally—but Trump-backing red states could stand to suffer as much as blue ones.
American withdrawal from the Paris agreement is a test for the future of the globe, but also for the international order.
He needs them to maintain his support.