Speaker Nancy Pelosi doesn’t like Donald Trump as a person or as a politician. But she doesn’t like impeachment either
At times, you almost feel sympathetic for the president’s naiveté and inexperience in how Washington works
The North African nation is a collective of individual militias chocked to the brim with weapons and refugees
Great power competition is more likely to occur in East Asia than in Europe
The gilets jaunes have lost much of their momentum
European nationalists aren’t eager to meld their brands with Trumpism given the president’s deep unpopularity
The lack of European Union participation in the nuclear diplomacy must grate on the likes of Merkel and Macron
Despite the vocal gusts blowing from the other side of the Atlantic, Europe is at a loss over what to do about the looming problem of returning jihadists
It’s no wonder Biden received rousing applause after his Munich speech while Mike Pence received a room full of crickets
The Democrats have yet to adapt to a political world where Obama is no longer the big, bright sun of the political universe
Pelosi and her lieutenants have a significant problem — a growing segment of the Democratic Party doesn’t appear interested in legislating
Politics in America has been toxic for a long time now
Donors are being courted and small-dollar donor lists are being compiled and expanded
American sanctions are forcing companies worldwide to choose between Iran and the US
He is acting like a man with nothing to lose
His rival Beto O’Rourke is just four points behind him in the polls
From first senator on the Trump train to an Attorney General scorned
Republicans have stuck by Trump through thick and thin...so far
The White House Counsel has spoken to Robert Mueller’s team on three separate occasions.
‘The Great Manipulator’ is back on the warpath on two continents
The Donald is visiting all the key states he needs to win for a repeat Electoral College victory.
In time, Madrid may confront the same anti-migrant, anti-establishment, and populist sentiment that nearly toppled Angela Merkel from the Chancellery.
If the cover-up allegations against the Ohio congressman deepen, it could cause a rift in the caucus.
The Senate Minority Leader is fcomfortable cajoling, persuading, and coddling his colleagues – but that won't be enough for progressives.
Seven months ago, 28-year old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was pouring customers’ drinks at a local New York City restaurant. Now, she is one…