The former acting attorney general says she believes the Department of Justice can withstand anything that happens during the Trump administration.
Rufus Edmisten reflects on his time working on the Senate Watergate Committee.
The president’s policies in office have aligned almost perfectly with Vladimir Putin’s goals.
The verdict could have significant implications for the case testing the Trump administration’s “travel ban,” barring entry of persons from six majority-Muslim countries.
Congressional Republicans and President Trump are governing in a manner that appeals only to their base, not the wider electorate. That could have consequences through 2020.
The former FBI director left a number of hints about where the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election could go.
On the Hill, the president’s adviser and son-in-law is seen as the best chance to get support from the White House.
Standing up for Democrats, Charles Grassley is challenging the administration’s policy of ignoring most oversight demands from Congress.
Republican senators suggest Trump is innocent because he didn’t try very hard to obstruct justice, or because he was bad at it.
Reports that Trump asked intelligence chiefs to help shut down the investigation into Michael Flynn raise the question of whether the CIA director was asked to do the same, and how he reacted if he was.
The president fires off some ill-advised tweets confirming the legal arguments opposed to his policy
The White House says that under the law, it only has to respond to records requests that come from committee chairmen—who all happen to be Republicans. Democrats say it amounts to a ‘gag order.’
Will the justices, many of whom worked in the executive branch, hold the president’s words against him?
A Washington Post report suggests the president's son-in-law and adviser sought to give Moscow information he wanted to conceal from America's own intelligence agencies.
Preston Brooks, Greg Gianforte, and the American tradition of disguising cowardice as bravery
The Trump administration's budget envisions staff reductions and a diminished focus on traditional civil-rights enforcement.
The president’s business tells lawmakers it is too difficult to track all its foreign revenue in accordance with constitutional requirements, and it hasn’t asked Congress for a permission slip.
The justices will face a number of challenges that have tremendous implications for life in the Trump era.
The president promised to pour $1 trillion into rebuilding the nation’s roads and bridges. His proposal sets aside just $200 billion, with the details still to come.
President Trump prepares to meet Pope Francis as his recently released budget shows just how different his philosophy is from the one that drives the leader of the world’s Catholics.