The administration has a single answer for every question about its policies and behavior.
The president is bringing the G7 to the struggling Trump Doral resort.
There may be no more vivid illustration of how American leadership has declined in the world.
Donald Trump has spent his presidency belittling and attacking career foreign-policy professionals. Now that he’s asking for their loyalty, they don’t seem to feel any.
Twelve candidates crowded onto the stage, but impeachment remains the biggest story in politics.
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Trump’s stonewalling relies on the willingness of others to stay quiet, and Marie Yovanovitch and Gordon Sondland are opting out.
A pair of men helping the president’s supposed anti-corruption campaign were apprehended as they tried to leave the United States.
A letter from the president’s lawyer argues that the House probe is illegitimate, but its claims are more political than legal.
A federal judge dismisses Trump’s “limitless assertion of presidential immunity.”
When the week began, the president faced questions about Ukraine. Now the inquiry has gone global.
There are enough questions and inconsistencies to raise the prospect that the public version may not tell the whole story.
Facing impeachment over his secret request that Ukraine investigate the Bidens, the president appealed to China to do the same.
The president’s new strategy for fighting impeachment? Raise the cost of the proceedings higher than Democrats are willing to pay.
The president can’t accept that his theories about Ukraine have been debunked.
The president’s aides were trying to protect him, but in the process made clear they thought his behavior was problematic.
The newly released report details a sustained, months-long effort to pressure Ukraine—and the White House’s attempt to conceal it.
The president has lost control of the news cycle, and doesn’t know what to do next.
The White House said a transcript of the call would be exculpatory—but the summary it released only adds to the problems facing Trump.
Both Joe Biden and Donald Trump pressured the Ukranian government to act. But the similarities are only surface deep.