From a trade war to ‘Space Force,’ the president’s competition with Beijing signals a shift toward treating China like an outright adversary.
The proposal affecting a majority-black area has raised suspicions of voter suppression.
The studied avoidance reflects the reluctance of most Republicans to confront some of Trump’s divisive and inflammatory rhetoric.
When you break it down, it has dabbled with opposing Trump a lot but only seriously confronted him once.
Experts say if the officials whose security clearances he's revoking are considered witnesses in the Russia probe, it could be construed as illegal retaliation.
Eight of our 10 races most likely to flip parties right now are for Republican-held seats.
Those who have seen presidents through times of crisis offer a harsh rebuke of Trump’s political use of his powers.
Democrats want the GOP to provide more documents from the Supreme Court nominee. Missing in that fight is talk of what the next court would do on issues like health-care.
The president said “mistakes are being made” just two weeks after some social media companies banned conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.
The Justice Department is examining whether he offered to influence the Trump administration for foreign officials, according to three people familiar with the probe.
While some aides see a welcome distraction from bad news, some worry about the appearance of an “enemies list.”
In morning tweets, the president, without evidence, said the District had unreasonably inflated the price.
DOJ says case would distract from Trump’s “performance of his constitutional duties.”
Compiling what different House ratings forecast for November.
“The whole Manafort trial is very sad,” president says as jury weighs 18 counts of bank fraud and lying to the IRS filed against his former campaign chairman.
The president admires a photo of himself — in the paper he loves to hate.
The president asked on Twitter how the New York governor could “survive” comments he made earlier in the week.
Acknowledging he is a “huge admirer of Nancy Pelosi's operational ability,” Rep. Jim Himes said Democrats will soon need leaders who can communicate effectively with younger voters.
The remaking of the Democratic Party is happening on a small scale with a long horizon.
Michigan State Rep. Bettie Cook Scott apologized for “disparaging remarks” that she made against Asian American opponent, State Rep. Stephanie Chang.
Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, 1942-2018.