For all the visible damage the president has done to the nation’s global standing, things are much worse below the surface.
Instead of contributing to our understanding of what happened in 2016, Hacks muddies the waters.
Bipartisan support is still no guarantee that a bill to strengthen the federal background-check system will pass.
During a rally in Alabama, Kayla Moore, the wife of Senate candidate Roy Moore, said her husband isn’t letting the allegations get to him.
A filmmaker obtains unprecedented access behind the scenes of a democracy-in-the-making.
“Even if you’re condemning it, you’re amplifying it.”
For years, Republican politicians have attacked the mainstream press. With Roy Moore’s Senate bid, they’re facing the consequences.
While the leadership of both parties views sexual misconduct as a political problem to minimize, the Republican and Democratic bases could not be farther apart.
The president’s jab at the Democratic senator for sexual harassment calls attention to his silence about Roy Moore—and his own past behavior.
Hillary Clinton once tweeted that “every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported.” What about Juanita Broaddrick?
Recent allegations against the aspiring Alabama senator fit a long and complicated history of religious debates about sex.
Nixon and Clinton managed to get a great deal done of overseas while facing special prosecutors at home, but Trump has more weaknesses than they did.
Luke O'Brien and Rosie Gray join our hosts to discuss the radicalization of Andrew Anglin, and how far-right extremism is evolving.
A series of high-profile prosecutions have ended in failure or been overturned by courts, while high-profile leaders model bad behavior publicly.
The New Jersey senator’s mistrial is the highest-profile setback yet for federal prosecutors after a major Supreme Court ruling last year.
The House voted to approve the Republican tax bill, and Senator Al Franken was accused of sexual misconduct.
The Minnesota lawmaker’s colleagues are kicking the controversy over his sexual misconduct during a 2006 USO tour to the panel.
The House on Thursday approved its legislation in a surprisingly drama-free vote. But hurdles await in the Senate.
State bar associations often have ambiguous character requirements that preclude their admission.
At the group’s request, the president’s son promoted Russia-hacked materials to the American public.
Leeann Tweeden, a radio host, came forward to accuse the Democratic senator of inappropriate behavior on a 2006 USO tour.