Instead of fixing its core issues, a potential new amendment to the bill only highlights the problems with the effort to replace Obamacare.
Just as Republicans pined for their old foe Bill Clinton during the Obama years, Trump has made Nancy Pelosi and some members of her party nostalgic for the 43rd president.
The media should stop working so hard to make things so easy for anyone with the last name Bush, Clinton, and inevitably, Trump.
Critics accuse federal judges of too easily trusting law enforcement in cases involving excessive force. This week, the Supreme Court declined its chance to echo—or dismiss—that allegation.
The president is making a late push to win funding for his border wall in a must-pass spending bill. But it’s not clear how badly he—or Republicans—want to fight.
The Senate approved former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue to serve as agriculture secretary on an 87-11 vote.
Former President Obama made his first public remarks since leaving the White House.
An interview with the Associated Press shows President Trump slowly coming to terms with the size of the government he now runs, and the challenges he must tackle.
President Trump’s confounding approach to drug policy.
The organization has a flair for attracting media attention, but lacks a mass membership or scholarly expertise—and its connection to its famed namesake isn’t what it claims.
The president has been frustrated on many fronts in his first hundred days, but on his watch, unauthorized border crossings have fallen sharply.
Good legislation often begins with a string of failures—and it’s hard to evaluate success after just three months.
Richard Grenell’s struggles with his faith and identity inform his public work.
The Supreme Court has ample reason to avoid deciding a case that could erode the Establishment Clause.
The attorney general frequently claims that criticism of law enforcement can hurt morale. Now he’s doing the same.
President Trump said he plans to unveil a tax-reform package early next week.
This time, judges found the statehouse maps to be intentional racial gerrymanders.
Since the 1930s, a president’s first 100 days in office have been used to measure the new administration’s progress and…
If the president didn’t want to be judged on the first three months of his presidency, why did he promise to get so much done in that period?
Earlier this week, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions disparaged a Hawaii federal judge who blocked President Trump’s latest travel ban.
If protesters want to change policies, they need to target the values, interests, and power structures that shape how research is applied.