Paul Manafort and Felicity Huffman are twin avatars of an elite that still acts with impunity.
Trump’s former campaign chair has always acted with impunity, as if the laws never applied to him.
His time at the helm of the Trump campaign remains mysterious.
Michael Cohen’s testimony was a reminder that this presidency isn’t normal.
A court filing by the special counsel is filled with elegant omissions—but that doesn’t mean nothing is there.
The surge of hatred is increasingly hard to ignore.
When the U.S.S.R. collapsed, Washington bet on the global spread of democratic capitalist values—and lost.
What did Donald Trump say to Vladimir Putin when no one else could hear them?
Hundreds of thousands of federal employees will stop receiving paychecks, but deportations of Mauritanians continue.
Remembering my grandmother, whose improbable survival became the foundational story for my family’s existence
As he eyes a run for president, the senator from New Jersey remains stridently conciliatory.
At its best, the conservative magazine was lively, warm, and unexpected. But it never had to try very hard.
Mueller says that the former Trump campaign chairman repeatedly lied about his interactions with Konstantin Kilimnik, a man with ties to Russian intelligence.
George H. W. Bush wasn’t the last of the Republican moderates. He was the archetype of the modern GOP, a man whose blue blood shouldn’t be confused with moral courage.
The Pittsburgh synagogue killings show that dormant hatreds have reawakened.
The senator from Virginia says he’s “very annoyed” with Silicon Valley’s “pathetic” response to security concerns.
Before Donald Trump was elected, I reported on strange activity linking a Trump-campaign computer server to Moscow. A new report shows how much has changed since 2016—and how many questions still remain.
Paul Manafort’s decision to cooperate with Robert Mueller could clarify several of the biggest mysteries of the Russia investigation.
A conversation with the Democratic senator about why she’s doubling down on market competition at a moment when her party is flirting with socialism
Manafort saw managing the 2008 Republican convention as almost a birthright. But McCain denied him the job. He couldn’t abide Manafort’s pro-Russian clients—and told him so.