Trump’s branding of the press as an "enemy" seems less an attempt to influence coverage than an invitation to repression and even violence.
The many reasons why President Trump should not end the law preventing tax-exempt organizations, including religious entities, from supporting political candidates.
A new comprehensive study finds evidence that strict voting laws do suppress the ballot along racial lines.
The Justice Department said Thursday it would issue a revised version of its controversial travel ban after federal judges blocked its implementation.
The president’s Thursday press conference was a study in contradictions, laments, and woefully bad strategy.
Presidents are supposed to show empathy for their anxious constituents. But when it comes to anti-Semitism, the only person Trump shows empathy for is himself.
R. Alexander Acosta was the head of the civil rights division at the Department of Justice in the Bush administration when subordinates skirted civil-service laws and engaged in politicized hiring.
Justice Department regulations appear to suggest the attorney general should not be involved in any investigations into Trump associates’ ties to Russia.
If they don’t act decisively now, when will they?
The bureaucracy, the press, the judiciary, and the public are not only pushing back, they’re having some success.
A senior American official was compromised by his relationship with a foreign government. Who else has ties to the Russian state?
For conservative publications, the business model is opposing the left. And that means opposing the people who oppose Trump.
The 45th president is a sensitive soul whose ego is easily bruised when others say unkind or disrespectful things about him.
People working in ministry, music, and nonprofit advocacy are facing pressure for their political beliefs.
Some undocumented immigrants say they wouldn’t feel safe at a mosque given the uptick in anti-Muslim violence.
Presidents have thought before that they could roll those wimpy-looking nerds with their gavels and robes. It usually doesn’t work out all that well.
Trump’s national security adviser’s potentially false statements about his pre-inauguration contacts with Russian officials are a major scandal.
The new attorney general had strong conservative credentials, but no record as a civil-rights advocate. So his defenders invented one.
The Alabama senator and attorney general-nominee has a record of public statements portraying Muslim immigrants in menacing terms.
President Trump’s nominee for labor secretary—already stalled in the Senate—disclosed that his family employed an undocumented immigrant.