Six in 10 Americans say they dread the topic coming up, but better to embrace the challenge than try to stave off the inevitable.
The president broke his silence on the Alabama U.S. Senate race, lending credence to the Republican’s denial of sexual-misconduct claims.
A report says Representative John Conyers settled a complaint in 2015, and his case is unlikely to be the last.
President Trump’s lawyer thinks the special counsel will conclude his work shortly after Thanksgiving and clear the president.
In demanding fulsome personal praise for helping get three UCLA basketball players out of jail, the president again conflates his personal role and his duties as president.
The president’s jab at the Democratic senator for sexual harassment calls attention to his silence about Roy Moore—and his own past behavior.
Nixon and Clinton managed to get a great deal done of overseas while facing special prosecutors at home, but Trump has more weaknesses than they did.
A series of high-profile prosecutions have ended in failure or been overturned by courts, while high-profile leaders model bad behavior publicly.
Leeann Tweeden, a radio host, came forward to accuse the Democratic senator of inappropriate behavior on a 2006 USO tour.
In a speech billed as a “major statement,” the president had little to offer but a summary of his Asia trip.
Testifying to the House Judiciary Committee, the attorney general defended his past statements about Russia and the Trump campaign and his hesitation to appoint a special counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton.
An Alabama woman says U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore sexually assaulted her in 1977. She is now the fifth woman to speak out against the Republican.
The president often seems more interested in getting along with foreign leaders than with his past rhetoric or the historic ties between the U.S. and a foreign country.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell became the highest-profile Republican to demand that Roy Moore step down from a U.S. Senate race amid allegations of sexual misconduct with a teenager.
The former DNC chair’s sometimes-confused book illuminates the fundamental difference in approach between the Clinton and Sanders campaigns.
Speaker Paul Ryan says Tuesday’s Democratic victories give his party extra incentive to forge forward on an overhaul. But why?
A month to go before the election, a controversial outsider candidate, and a report alleging sexual impropriety—what will the GOP do this time?
A report that Republican nominee Roy Moore had sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl in the 1970s has upended the Senate race in Alabama.
Wins in Virginia, New Jersey, and elsewhere are cathartic for a party that saw a devastating defeat a year ago—but are they an indication of things to come?
The former Trump aide’s appearance before the House Intelligence Committee suggests a man deeply connected in Russia—and in way over his head.