The assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. led directly to hip-hop, an era of black American culture, politics, and art that is often contrasted with his legacy.
For all the visible damage the president has done to the nation’s global standing, things are much worse below the surface.
Democrats want to highlight Trump scandals in their push for Congress this fall—just not the one that has dominated headlines and threatens his presidency.
An action-packed week in domestic and global politics shows how the president has remade the GOP.
America’s largest Protestant group moves to cut ties with the Republican Party and reengage with mainstream culture.
A federal judge ordered former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort to jail to await trial.
Paul Manafort’s jailing is the latest example of Trump associates learning the hard way that there are consequences for lying to federal agents.
The Singapore summit actually made the world a safer place. The president’s critics won’t admit it.
The president is open in his affection for oppressive rulers and in saying it’s acceptable to lie to the public. Why does anyone still doubt he means it?
The president and his allies have seized on newly revealed text messages between two agents to justify their war on federal investigators.
With support from Governor Paul LePage, the legislature nullified a statewide referendum approving ranked-choice voting. On Tuesday, the citizens got the final word and enacted it again.
Jeff Sessions used it to justify his policy of family separation, but he’s not the first to invoke the biblical passage.
The Trump administration’s policy of separating families is designed to erase hope—with devastating consequences for thousands of children.
The New York attorney general’s complaint tells the tale of a charity that flouted in every conceivable way the legal prohibition on 501(c)(3) campaign activity.
A new lawsuit filed by the New York attorney general alleges that the Donald J. Trump Foundation and its board of directors engaged in a years-long pattern of illegal behavior.
Officials told investigators that the former FBI director worried failing to tell Congress the Clinton email inquiry had been reopened would not be “survivable.”
A much-anticipated inspector general’s investigation found no political bias in the Hillary Clinton email probe, but still condemned the former FBI director.
At the Plaza Hotel on Wednesday night, the businesswoman tried to promote a new weight-loss plan—and avoid talking to reporters about her ex-husband.
Some candidates winning their primaries are frustrated that they still haven’t heard from party leadership.
A new lawsuit from the state attorney general claims the president's charity engaged in a years-long pattern of illegal behavior.
Should America experience a pandemic, the president’s tendencies toward nationalism may fuel the fire.
Cold War conservatism is dead—and in its place, the president is restoring the fear of foreign governments and peoples that once marked the GOP.