The midterms follow a predictable pattern, which offers no guide to presidential contests. Why pretend otherwise?
Americans are more eager than ever to get results right
The CNN man gets to amplify his role as victim of a nefarious administration
As Theresa May’s government crumbles, David Davis and Owen Paterson make their move
Did the President’s wife break the glass ceiling?
Pelosi will most likely keep the speaker’s gavel. But she is being left behind by the new-look Democratic Party
Stop objectifying the poor man
The man who supposedly called Tucker Carlson’s 19-year-old daughter a ‘whore’ is Michael Avenatti’s new client
Michael Cohen has given 80 hours of testimony to prosecutors, not 50, as hitherto reported. Clearly, Trump’s former lawyer has a lot to get off his chest
Sorry Neil Young, but better forest management would help control the blazes
Trump finally puts the ‘soil’ into a ‘blood and soil administration’
Trump should go back to his roots with Chuck and Nancy
This advert will truly give you paws for thought
President Trump ought to have used his Saturday platform to tell Europeans what an awful idea American intervention in World War One really was
The Democrats have yet to adapt to a political world where Obama is no longer the big, bright sun of the political universe
It’s no good the French president warning against the rise of nationalism without addressing the causes
Difficult politics amid the flames of Ventura County
Factionalism within the White House itself and in-fighting over Washington’s China policy was on full display
Finding the words to explain Trump’s language
Sentinel: The Unlikely Origins of the Statue of Liberty by Francesca Lidia Viano reviewed
Does the President know Matt Whitaker?
It’s time to ditch the Paul Ryan legislative agenda and play nice with Nancy
In the end a judge will finally decide whether the wig-snatcher of North Hollywood was acting on anti-Semitic impulses