Trump, May, Macron and other heads of state are staying home to deal with domestic political crises.
Kirsten Gillibrand takes heat for immigration flip-flops. Kamala Harris’s prosecutorial record is scrutinized. Tulsi Gabbard launches an LGBTQ apology tour.
Roles are reversed as a resolution to overturn the deal with Oleg Deripaska falls three votes short.
Russia is getting an incredible return on its investment in 2016 disinformation campaigns.
The president says he slows down his motorcade to check gas prices. And he orders fast food at the White House because caterers are furloughed.
A GOP strategist sees 2019 pitting the Too Fast coalition against the Too Slow coalition.
The Iowa congressman faces possible censure as he walks back comments on white supremacy.
The threat to declare a national emergency might not be necessary if he were more popular.
Paul Manafort allegedly sharing polling with a Russian in 2016 raises a slew of new questions.
Fact-checkers gird for Trump’s first Oval Office address, as White House lawyers explore declaring a “national emergency.”