How could six senior presidential aides mimic the strategy for which Trump lacerated Hillary Clinton? Only if they believe they are as immune to the usual rules as he is.
When he began taking a knee during the National Anthem, earning the attention of the president and the entire press was the best outcome he could possibly have desired.
The president has already backed down from his most strident attacks on athletes and adopted a less controversial celebration of the American flag.
The former FBI director has been at the center of controversy for months, but protestors at the historically black university on Friday focused on his history of comments about race and policing.
What feels like information overload reveals how little the public actually knows about the probe's findings.
As she presides over the ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims, the Burmese leader stands to lose her status as secular saint.
Jeffrey Gerrish’s decision to cast a ballot in Virginia isn’t so much a gotcha on him as it is on the president’s voter-fraud commission.
The president’s defenders say reported surveillance of Paul Manafort justifies an accusation against Barack Obama, but they overstate the facts.
Ty Cobb, a lawyer for the president, kvetched about a colleague in public and sent several bizarre emails. And that’s only the latest West Wing attorney problem.
In Durham, the sheriff and district attorney appear divided over whether civil disobedience deserves greater leniency from the judicial system.
The president’s divergent responses to two apparent terror attacks speak volumes about his approach to politics.
For years, Republicans have talked a tough game on immigration but softened once in office—and now, the president does the same.
Unchastened by the disastrous aftermath of firing the FBI director, Trump’s spokesperson is now arguing that Comey ought to face prosecution.
The former national-security adviser worked on, but allegedly failed to disclose, a plan to work with Russia to build nuclear reactors in the Middle East.
A report that Kremlin operatives tried to organize rallies via Facebook is a rare example of an attempt at direct action, and echoes Putin’s allegations that the U.S. stirred up demonstrations in Moscow.
The many connections between Russia and the president’s son-in-law pose a challenge to the Trump administration.
There’s no evidence the president wants to create an alternative to the Democratic and Republican parties, and even if he did, he would be remarkably ill-suited to it.
A new poll shows that the president’s strongest supporters are unwavering in their devotion, but that their numbers are slowly, inexorably getting smaller.
In his latest explanation for meeting with a Russian lawyer in June 2016, the president’s son insists it was his duty as an American to learn if Hillary Clinton was unfit for the presidency.
Since Jeff Sessions announced the end of the program for Dreamers on Tuesday, the president has repeatedly criticized his own policy.