Former Vice President Joe Biden is running (it's his third attempt). Plus: The real immigration crisis isn't asylum seekers on the southern border.
Everything you need to know about the 448-page special counsel’s report.
Mueller’s report comes out tomorrow. Plus: A new advocacy group is focusing on making state legislatures more progressive.
The presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders made an appearance on Fox News. Plus: Ilhan Omar rejects demands for performances of patriotism, including the 9/11 loyalty test.
How White House aides survive the whims of the president. Plus, what is George P. Bush up to?
Inside Ivanka Trump’s “snow globe” world. Plus: White House officials reportedly pressured U.S. immigration authorities to release detained immigrants into sanctuary cities.
British police arrest Julian Assange. Plus: Federal prosecutors charged a former White House counsel under Obama, in a case stemming from the Mueller probe.
Meet the 2020 candidate who doesn’t want your vote and has a 17-year-old campaign manager. Plus: Kirstjen Nielsen’s job prospects.
William Barr told Congress it’ll receive a copy of the Mueller report “within a week”—but heavily redacted. Plus: What Israel’s elections mean for American Jews.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned and Secret Service Director Randolph “Tex” Alles was ousted, within 24 hours. Plus: Kamala Harris takes her shot.
The Democratic Socialist movement has spread to Iowa. Plus: Senator Elizabeth Warren called to abolish the filibuster.
This little-known Rust Belt yoga devotee with complex political views is running for president. Plus: What’s going on with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein?
Former Vice President Joe Biden promises to “be more mindful about respecting personal space.” Plus: Can Mayor Pete Buttigieg sustain his 2020 momentum?
President Trump hosted NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Plus: Will recent scrutiny of his overly “affectionate” behavior derail Joe Biden’s 2020 ambitions?
Can the Texas Democrat turn his popularity and fundraising numbers into a real movement? Plus: Joe Biden's not-yet-campaign isn't ready for #MeToo accusations
Attorney General William Barr says he plans to share Mueller’s report with Congress by mid-April. It’s unclear how much of the nearly 400 page report will be redacted.
GOP members call for the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee to resign. Plus: The Department of Housing and Urban Development sues Facebook
The Senate rejected the Green New Deal on Tuesday. Plus: Members of the #Resistance media are struggling to keep the outrage alive after the Mueller report.
But the House said no, no, no (248–181). Plus: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the crowd at AIPAC’s annual policy conference.
The White House celebrates Attorney General William Barr’s summary of the Mueller report. Plus: Michael Avenatti was arrested on extortion charges.