President Trump authorized the release of the unredacted memorandum over strident objections from top law-enforcement officials, as Democrats blasted it as deliberately misleading.
Republicans are banking on passing legislation on the issue to help them coast into November—and they’ll need Democratic votes to make it happen.
Those hoping the special counsel will prosecute the president are engaging in fantasy.
The U.S. vice president promised peace in the country’s newly recognized capital, but his itinerary showed that a deal is far beyond reach.
At the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., pro-life activists said the president has a lot to be proud of.
The administration plans to keep national parks and public lands partially open even without congressional funding, drawing criticism from Sally Jewell, the former secretary of the interior.
President Trump is the embodiment of over 50 years of resistance to the policies Martin Luther King Jr. fought to enact.
Fifty years ago, the January 1968 battle laid bare the way U.S. leaders had misled the public about the war in Vietnam.
A Yale professor says she’s telling lawmakers that the president may actually be “dangerous.”
Just a few months after leaving the Trump administration, the former top White House adviser has been pushed out of the conservative outlet he helped make influential.
Launched after the president claimed millions of illegal votes were cast in the 2016 election, the panel faced stiff opposition and numerous lawsuits.
Portraits from the Yellowhammer state, where Democrat Doug Jones defeated Republican Roy Moore in the special election for Senate on Tuesday
The president attacked a senator who has emerged as a crusader against all manner of sexual misbehavior by political leaders.
Using data to assess whether the president's lawyer really wrote a message that renewed questions about obstruction of justice.
Instead of contributing to our understanding of what happened in 2016, Hacks muddies the waters.
The attorney general’s sworn testimony before the Senate is at odds with other accounts.
Former Trump foreign-policy aide George Papadopoulos, who pleaded guilty to lying to federal agents during the Russia investigation, may have been secretly cooperating with investigators for months.
The prosecution of Trump’s former campaign chairman and his associate Rick Gates could be the most significant prosecution under the Foreign Agents Registration Act ever.
In many respects, the way that the president thinks about politics is utterly conventional.
The former federal prosecutor and deputy counsel to the Department of Homeland Security writes that the prohibition violates the Constitution.