The New York Times reported Friday that the deputy attorney general had talked about secretly recording the president and invoking the Twenty-Fifth Amendment.
From SCOTUS to hurricanes, everything leads back to the Oval Office.
After several days of comparative restraint, President Trump argued that if his Supreme Court nominee had really tried to assault Christine Blasey Ford, she would have filed a police report.
The president grades himself highly for how the federal government responded to the disaster in Puerto Rico.
A new compilation of the band’s albums showcases one of the most impressive bodies of songwriting of the past 10 years.
The former president has a prescription for the country. But it didn’t prevent Trump’s election in the first place.
Acts of sabotage against the president are perilous to the American system of government. They're also self-serving.
Bob Woodward's latest book shows the administration is broken, and yet what comes next could be even worse.
The president has finally stated it plainly: He believes the government should subjugate rule of law to his political needs.
The White House counsel outlasted many other top administration officials and oversaw judicial appointments, the president’s single biggest achievement.
A skirmish over whether to fly the White House flag at half-staff showcases its pettiness, divisiveness, disorganization, and lack of backbone.
The president is used to operating in a business milieu where white-collar crime is common and seldom prosecuted aggressively.
The president and his allies are grappling with an escalating existential threat: With Tuesday’s revelations, he was implicated in a crime.
The president’s former fixer on Tuesday said he broke campaign laws at Trump’s behest, paying off two women who alleged extramarital affairs.
Protesters toppled the 1913 statue Monday night, making it the latest Civil War memorial to be removed either by government or by demonstrators acting on their own.
The testimony of the attorneys Michael Cohen and Don McGahn could pose major problems for the president—a risk exacerbated by the chaos on his defense team.
The president’s decision to revoke John Brennan’s security clearance has drawn fire even from figures like Robert Gates and David Petraeus, who have avoided criticizing him.
The successor to the controversial former Milwaukee County sheriff lost his primary on Tuesday, the latest law-enforcement officer to lose to a reformist this year.
The president’s spokeswoman has risked her credibility for him time and again, but on Tuesday she wouldn’t give a direct answer about whether he was recorded using a racist slur.
In recent days, the president has used disparaging and racially charged language to go after his former aide.