Jazz violinist Regina Carter explains how the jury considered the first rap, and pop, album to win the prestigious honor.
From Putin to Flynn, the highlights of the former FBI director’s conversations with President Trump
The former New York mayor is the splashy hire, but the addition of two other attorneys to the president’s team may say more about where the Mueller probe is going.
With friends like these, the president should probably reconsider his messaging strategy.
The state attorney general asked the legislature to change state law so that the president or his associates could be tried in New York even if pardoned under federal law.
Even staid, somber public servants like James Comey, John Brennan, Neal Katyal, and Walter Shaub find themselves succumbing to the president’s bombast and weakness for insults.
The revelation that the Fox News host sought legal advice from the embattled Trump attorney raised questions about the network’s journalism—and about the president’s tangled relationships.
It’s impossible to know what the president wants so desperately to hide, but every threat to examine his business dealings produces frantic defensive maneuvers.
The news isn’t that the former FBI director called Donald Trump a chronic liar who is “morally unfit” to serve—it’s that so many people have already long ago decided the same.
The White House teased an elaborate plan to push back on the former FBI director’s book. Instead, the president took to Twitter to validate its central characterizations.
The Missouri governor is trying Trumpian tactics to defuse a scandal, but a new report adds sexual violence to the list of allegations against him and has top Republicans calling for his resignation.
The president has complained that “attorney–client privilege is dead,” but was Cohen functioning as a lawyer or a fixer?
By retiring, Paul Ryan confirms his approach to holding President Trump accountable: He would prefer not to.
Being around young people seems to bring out a hard-nosed president’s compassionate side—up to a point.
The composer and free-jazz giant, who died Thursday at 89, has a reputation for making challenging music, but the reality is far less imposing.
The president’s comments on Monday underline his campaign against the American approach to fair and impartial justice.
The president lies prodigiously, but when it comes to campaign promises on immigration, trade, and other issues, he’s working hard to keep them.
Like his predecessors, the president is discovering the allure of using the armed forces to solve problems, and like them, he’s also quickly discovering its limitations.
Each new shooting sets off a succession of desires: for a false alarm, for an isolated event, for no fatalities.
The theft of emails from Democratic officials seems like the most likely avenue for proving collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign—but the special counsel never mentions it.