The president ponders putting social media purges center stage
What explains the prophylactic prostration the Attorney General is engaging in?
Would generations of Americans weaned on high-fructose corn syrup be able to march much further than the fridge?
The Donald is not well-loved, never has been, and even his supporters are starting to turn on him
Maybe then they’d make the tax code simpler
The 400-page document has provided plenty of ammunition for Trump’s enemies
Four hundred pages is a long report. No doubt Trump will find things in it he likes
In 2016, Trump professed ‘love’ for WikiLeaks. Where is that love now?
The Republican campaign strategist on the Bushes, Alex Jones, and how he’s never described himself as a ‘dirty trickster’
The Trump administration’s counter-attack might be bad news for Christopher Steele
Why doesn’t Donald Trump put an end to government spying on American citizens?
No coordination or collusion between Trump campaign and Russians
History moves on. The NeverTrumpers cannot
No indictments, Trump emboldened
Every Republican who voted with Trump placed their allegiance to a man over their allegiance to the country, and the constitution
Last week the former Trump campaign manager caught a break. Now his luck has run out
The lawyers disagree
The House Judiciary chairman is prepping for Mueller disappointment. Sadly for him, Americans aren’t tired of winning
They don’t appreciate that the political crisis could come sooner than the economic one
Serious charges need serious proof. Simple fairness demands it. But McCabe presents none
Where Bush 41 exemplified the virtues of WASP statesmanship, Weld embodies its vices
As the Exodus marches across Mexico, its organizational structure transforms and evolves
The movement is in crisis, because many women won’t allow themselves to be marched
Much of what nominees say at their hearings has no bearing on their conduct in office