Last November, A.J. Delgado played a vital role on a winning campaign. Then everything fell apart.
Here's what the president’s most vocal opponents would like to see happen on Capitol Hill.
The departure of chief of staff Reince Priebus could jeopardize the administration’s tenuous connection with Republican institutions in Washington.
Trump says that he surrounds himself with “the best people”—but too often, that means people like himself.
The Arizona Republican is betting his Senate seat on the political appeal of decency—but can that pay off in Trump’s America?
Trump doubles down on his performative war against the press by hiring the most skilled performers.
To understand the changes taking place in the Republican Party now, it helps to go back to the last time the party went through a major transformation.
Even as alarm has reached fever pitch among Democrats, most in the GOP see the reaction as little more than partisan noise.
After months of vehement denials, Trump supporters and surrogates are trying a new tack: If collusion occurred, it was no big deal.
Polemicists, conspiracists, and outright fabulists are feeding an alternative media landscape—where the implausibility of a claim is no bar to its acceptance.
How Trump and Twitter gave rise to the GOP’s leading dissident
After decades of giving his top aides autonomy and encouraging them to compete, the president faces an open-ended investigation that may uncover their excesses.
With a new Trump biography and a six-part lecture series, Newt Gingrich is auditioning for his latest role—defining and interpreting Trumpism.
Four alternatives for the scandal-plagued presidency of Donald Trump
The White House picked a fight by firing James Comey—but now risks losing its grip on the controversy it provoked.
Jim DeMint’s ouster has become the epicenter of a battle over the direction of the conservative movement.
As the president nears his hundredth day in office, he seems increasingly concerned about how he’ll measure up.
The House Oversight chairman announced on Wednesday that he won’t seek another term in Congress, surprising even close political allies.
The 45th president may already be redefining the right’s dominant philosophy.
The 45th president’s worldview was eventually going to lead him into military conflict.