The president’s budget suggests entirely eliminating these bodies, from the Appalachian Regional Commission to the National Endowment for the Arts.
No matter what the subject, the president finds someone to compare himself to. And in every comparison, he comes out the winner.
Donald Trump is an impossible boss, demanding absolute personal loyalty—even when it conflicts with the law or other key principles—and offering little faithfulness in return.
When it comes to health care and entitlements, the party’s policies don't always align with its coalition’s beliefs.
Paul Behrends, a controversial staffer associated with the California congressman’s pro-Russia stances, was pushed out of his role on a subcommittee after questions were raised about a recent trip to Moscow.
In an interview with The New York Times, the president said he never would have chosen his attorney general if he knew he would end up recusing himself from the ongoing federal inquiry into the 2016 election.
The Congressional Budget Office projected that repealing Obamacare would increase the number of uninsured by 32 million over the next decade.
The president bought some more time for the Republican health-care effort, but he hasn’t changed any minds yet.
Claremont McKenna punished multiple campus activists who shut down an event featuring a pro-police speaker—but were those punishments justified?
Ahead of the midterms, Democrats may have the chance to attract a broader-than-usual coalition of voters—especially among American women uneasy about President Trump.
The Kris Kobach-led effort faces at least seven federal lawsuits and claims of voter suppression as it moves to set its agenda.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions expanded the controversial police practice on Wednesday by rolling back Obama-era reforms.
Former officials of both parties have endorsed the goal. But the 41 inmates left there have reason to wonder if they'll ever leave.
The Senate majority leader is punishing and rewarding senators all at once—in ways that diminish everybody in his caucus other than himself.
The Attorney General announced that the Department of Justice will engage in more civil-asset seizures, a practice many conservatives have recognized as a deplorable abuse.
To combat crime on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, the tribe is considering partnering with area law enforcement. But the proposal would need to overcome members’ wariness of state encroachment on their sovereignty.
Even as alarm has reached fever pitch among Democrats, most in the GOP see the reaction as little more than partisan noise.
U.S. diplomats were concerned about Russian outreach to House Republican Dana Rohrabacher while on a trip to Moscow last year.
The U.S. and Russian presidents met for a second, undisclosed time at the G20 summit, though it’s not known what they discussed.
After the GOP health-care plan was stalled by GOP opposition, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he will instead hold a vote “in the near future” to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it at a later date.
With the latest draft of his Obamacare replacement defeated by Republican Party holdouts, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is re-upping an old strategy. But it’s hard to see why senators would sign on.