The GOP operative and self-described “dirty trickster,” who was convicted today, has been a presence in the president’s life for more than 30 years.
The Harris-Biden confrontation that laid bare the country’s evolution. Plus: How Trump’s orbit reacted to E. Jean Carroll’s account of being sexually assaulted by him.
The Supreme Court speaks on gerrymandering and the citizenship question. Plus: We hand out awards for last night’s Democratic debates and look at tonight’s contenders.
The Atlantic surveyed the Democratic presidential candidates on whether they support the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Only some took a definitive position.
Jay Inslee tried to make a splash as a single-issue candidate—now he knows it’s time to expand beyond climate change. Plus: an immigration attorney on what she saw at the border.
Republican Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual misconduct, announced he would run for Senate again. Plus: Who’s steering policy on Iran?
“The question really is not whether we’ll be tied to the somethings of our past, but whether we are courageous enough to be tied to the whole of them.”
The New York Senator and 2020 candidate isn’t where she thought she’d be at this point in the campaign. Plus: The Supreme Court weighs in on racial gerrymandering.
“I don’t want to have a war with Iran, but I know who would win.”
The ghosts of 2016 haunt the Democratic National Committee as it gears up for two nights of debates. Plus: Sarah Huckabee Sanders is out as White House press secretary.
2020 Democratic candidates sniff at Bernie Sanders’s democratic-socialist ideas. Plus: How will the Green New Deal work? We may have to wait until next year to see.
Justin Amash leaves the Freedom Caucus. Plus: Trump weighs in on reports about Kim Jong Nam's 2017 assassination.
And 19 Democratic candidates piled out in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, over the weekend. Plus: Trump’s man in Moscow wants out.
President Donald Trump commemorated the 75th anniversary of D-Day. Plus: What lessons should Democrats draw from the Clinton impeachment?
Trump loves pomp, but not under these circumstances. Plus: the centennial of women's right to vote.
At least one 2020 presidential candidate wants to recreate some of how it was in 2016. Plus: Trump threatens tariffs on Mexico, and the future of Roe v. Wade.
Robert Mueller broke two years of silence, resigning from the Justice Department to “return to private life.” Plus: Are presidential tell-alls over?
The special counsel addressed the nation on Wednesday morning after two years of silence.
It’s clogged with former members of Congress-turned lobbyists, and presidential candidates such as Elizabeth Warren won’t have an easy time cleaning it out with their policies.
Distorted videos of Pelosi cap off a week of tensions with Iran, partisan sparring in Congress, and rollbacks of LGBTQ protections. Welcome to “Infrastructure Week.”