A bipartisan group of senators said they have reached an “agreement in principle” on a deal that would protect Dreamers while enhancing border security and making changes to immigration laws.
After Oprah Winfrey's speech at the Golden Globes, some floated the idea of an Oprah candidacy in 2020.
Selections from The Atlantic’s coverage of 2017, when the right-wing movement gained momentum
The tax-bill overhaul mobilized an unlikely coalition of activists, offering first glimpses of what Republicans may be up against when they tackle financial-aid reform next year.
In a speech unveiling his national-security strategy, the president reaffirmed his commitment to “America First.”
Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones face off in Alabama’s special Senate election.
The fight over contested results is not over yet, but Bob Thomas’ initial win in a purple district amidst energized Democrats should have more people talking.
Black Lives Matter and Donald Trump’s agenda are inspiring some police to more vocal advocacy. But their project—ending racial bias in the profession—is a decades-old one.
The president officially endorsed Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
President Trump pardoned a pair of turkeys as part of the annual Thanksgiving tradition.
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster reportedly mocked President Trump’s intelligence at a private dinner.
The House voted to approve the Republican tax bill, and Senator Al Franken was accused of sexual misconduct.
Republican lawmakers responded to allegations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
Ralph Northam’s victory in the Virginia governor’s race energized Democrats nationwide.
President Trump set off on a five-nation tour of Asia—the longest presidential visit to the region since 1991.
President Trump’s former campaign chair, Paul Manafort, along with his business partner, Rick Gates, were indicted on 12 counts.
“We must stop pretending that the degradation of our politics and the conduct of some in our executive branch are normal.”
Four families of fallen servicemembers received next-day UPS letters from President Trump after a turbulent week in which Trump falsely claimed he had called “virtually all” of the families.
Representative Tom Marino withdrew his name from consideration to be the White House drug czar.
The organization’s decision overturns a historic and defining separation, raising questions about their timing and how they differ from the Girl Scouts of the USA.