Somehow President Trump hasn’t yet absorbed that embracing foreign interference in an election can bring about a world of hurt.
The seat of American executive power went quiet for the duration of Robert Mueller’s statement—with officials trying to assess what his remarks would mean for the president.
The special counsel addressed the nation on Wednesday morning after two years of silence.
But to use them effectively, they would have to play their cards just right.
A conversation with the billionaire activist who has been narrowly focused on removing Donald Trump from office
The president directed his attorney general to declassify information—raising the prospect of selective disclosures.
With each stonewall and demand that Democrats drop investigations, the president is making it more likely that Congress will feel compelled to act.
Taking action against Trump is a rejection of the idea that nothing matters.
The shift in attitudes suggests that more House members are viewing the party’s current investigative strategy as ineffective.
The former White House counsel helped stock the federal courts with conservative judges. Now multiple lawsuits involving Trump are headed there.
As White House stonewalling continues, Democrats are starting to speak more openly about the constitutional option, but their leader isn’t budging.
Forget Barr and Mueller. The former White House counsel would be a more interesting witness—and create something more closely resembling an impeachment hearing.
When federal officials ignore subpoenas, imposing a fine is the legislative branch’s best hope of getting the information it needs.
Representative Justin Amash is the first member of the House GOP to call for the constitutional remedy for high crimes and misdemeanors.
It hasn’t been done in nearly a century, but House Democrats could arrest the attorney general after they find him in contempt.
The infamous Trump whisperer is in the early stages of a court case that’s poised to answer lingering questions from the Mueller report.
The special counsel and the attorney general go back a long way, but their bond could be tested by dueling appearances before Congress.
Calls for an inquiry into the Mueller probe’s origins could help Trump keep his base engaged.
The president’s lawyer says there’s nothing wrong with accepting help from a foreign government, and the political system seems to agree with him.
In the wake of the Mueller report, Democrats should probe—not launch a formal inquiry.