As White House stonewalling continues, Democrats are starting to speak more openly about the constitutional option, but their leader isn’t budging.
Forget Barr and Mueller. The former White House counsel would be a more interesting witness—and create something more closely resembling an impeachment hearing.
The lavish spending of top officials rarely makes headlines anymore, but that doesn’t mean the problem has gone away.
His racism and intolerance have always been in evidence; only slowly did he begin to understand how to use them to his advantage.
Once more, the president has failed to press the Russian president on electoral interference.
The president says that faith helped him through the ordeal of the Mueller investigation.
Trump’s choice for the Federal Reserve has a long track record of statements—on the economy, gender, and race—that left him with few supporters in the Senate.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller objected that the attorney general was mischaracterizing his investigation, but by then it was too late.
The former vice president wants to win on a backward-looking platform.
But which way the nation is headed remains a fiercely contested question.
A panel of judges in Michigan has thrown out a set of electoral maps and ordered new elections in several state-Senate districts.
While 2020 hopefuls debate hypotheticals, state-level Republicans are curtailing the expansion of the franchise in Florida.
The president won’t take action to protect elections from foreign meddling, because he finds it politically and personally unpalatable.
The White House’s stonewalling leaves Democrats facing a new dilemma.
Democrats waiting for the Republican Party to destroy itself are bound to be disappointed.
The president’s lawyer says there’s nothing wrong with accepting help from a foreign government, and the political system seems to agree with him.
Trump’s critics expected much more from the special counsel’s report. But it would be foolish to shrug off what was already known.
Trump keeps issuing orders, and staffers keep ignoring them because they’re illegal or unwise. It’s an unsustainable situation—but it shows no sign of abating.
The special counsel’s report shows a president who lies, acts rashly, and is routinely ignored by his own staff.
The attorney general’s presentation will likely please the president, but does little for the credibility of the Department of Justice.