New documents show Michael Flynn was warned in 2014 that he needed to get permission before taking any money from foreign governments.
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.
Alabama could soon create something unprecedented in American legal history: a police department run by a church.
The number of pending cases looks poised to grow as the administration begins arresting undocumented immigrants who weren’t previously targeted.
A debate over what it means to be a progressive is front-and-center as the party tries to rebuild.
President Trump said he’d like to pass a health-care reform bill by the end of next week.
There’s another potential deal to repeal and replace Obamacare, but despite the wishes of the White House, it’s unlikely to break the stalemate in the House anytime soon.
By allowing threats of violence to cancel a speech from the longtime right-wing provocateur, the university gave her the attention she craves, while threatening the free speech it was once renowned for defending.
Americans are often expected to have some level of higher education before they enter the workforce. These political leaders are asking: Shouldn’t government help them along?
The king of cable has been ousted from his throne. He can thank the president.
The 45th president’s journey of discovery could be a public service, if it helps bring his supporters to greater understanding of the complexities of governing.
21st Century Fox said that host Bill O’Reilly “will not be returning” to Fox News.
Karen Handel showed little enthusiasm for the president compared to the GOP rivals she defeated in advancing to a runoff in a special election for the House.