In its 15th go-around, the New York City Winter Jazzfest featured newly mature musical hybrids and a refreshing number of women artists getting their due.
Seldom can one find so succinct a demonstration of the president’s anti-Muslim sentiments, reliance on right-wing media, and lack of interest in accuracy or truth.
The veteran lawyer, who celebrates the rule of law and counts Robert Mueller as a friend, is a strange fit for Trump’s chief law-enforcement officer.
Now it’s on the president to explain his posture.
The past two years have shown that Trump, unlike his predecessors, has no special attachment to or affection for the democratic process.
Since taking office, the president has often blinked during difficult negotiations. His surprising decision to hold firm now has made this the longest shutdown in history.
The president’s border visit showed the success of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer’s messaging.
In his highly anticipated remarks on Tuesday night, the president didn't offer any new arguments about the border or declare a national emergency.
The president spoke briefly to reporters, but offered only familiar talking points and did not take any questions.
Facing pressure from the incoming Democratic majority in the House, the commander in chief swears he’s the target of “presidential harassment.”
Even though the government has been closed for nearly two weeks, the political pain is just now being felt, and no party is budging.
Rather than seeking a centrist compromise, Better Angels is treating division as a given—and trying to foster conversations across it.
Even by the standards of a president who has stumbled from crisis to crisis, the current moment has peril broader and deeper than perhaps ever before.
The House and Senate have passed conflicting measures to fund the government, creating a stalemate ahead of Friday’s deadline.
The defense secretary, who resigned on Thursday, was one of the last senior officials in the government who could constrain Donald Trump.
Two new reports released by the Senate Intelligence Committee underscore how much the Internet Research Agency targeted African Americans—echoing efforts by the campaign.
Rudy Giuliani extols the “broken windows” approach to policing but applies a different standard to the Trump White House.
In addition to a secret agreement to bury the story of an alleged affair, the tabloid publisher AMI also published a stream of outlandish attacks on Hillary Clinton.
As more revelations emerge about an alleged massive fraud operation that could have tipped a U.S. House race, there’s growing bipartisan agreement about a remedy.
Sure, the job is terrible—but that’s not new. What’s different is that this president can’t use the same leverage that predecessors such as George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton did.