Why have so many messages from top government officials disappeared?
His post-insurrection-speech rehearsals are even more revealing—and disturbing—than the final version.
Trump might clear the bar for incitement on January 6, and that’s far from his only legal risk.
The January 6 committee has provided overwhelming evidence that the former president was not some bit player along for the ride, but the central driver of a nefarious plot.
Fringe candidates promising to stop the steal, like Mark Finchem in Arizona, might just have their year.
The January 6 committee has shown that the people closest and most loyal to Donald Trump were as aghast as anyone else at his coup attempt.
A Q&A with the author on the various ways the Republican subjects of his new book, Thank You for Your Servitude, revealed themselves
What began as a reluctant willingness to defend the former president soon became an ingrained habit.
Unlike those involved in the January 6 coup attempt who refuse to testify, my communist grandfather respected democracy and had the courage to turn up, say his piece, and take the consequences.
Why Lindsey Graham, Kevin McCarthy, and so many other cowards in Congress are still doing Trump’s bidding
No legal doctrine should shield anyone—including Donald Trump, if reelected—from prosecution for criminal wrongdoing.
In a narrow but important sense, the world has become more amenable to the former president. And yet.
After yesterday’s damning testimony, what more will it take for Trump’s supporters to choose their country over their leader?
The former president attempted to violently overthrow the government of the United States, and his party ensured that he would face no consequences for doing so.
The evidence for a possible criminal case against the former president is piling up.
America was saved by pure indolence.
Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony was damning. If anyone was surprised, they shouldn’t have been.
Cassidy Hutchinson’s account of Donald Trump’s behavior destroys any defense the president once had.
He has made civic involvement a life-threatening proposition.
If even Rusty Bowers is willing to back Trump again, the outlook for popular democracy is very bleak.