• Analysis

The proposal represents an opportunity for Democrats.

The president announced his intention two days after the Senate minority leader visited migrant detention centers that he called “inhumane.”

A proposed constitutional amendment headed for the 2020 ballot in Florida is being backed by activists with ties to the president’s political operation.


  • Analysis

Kimye gave the president a chance to act at a key moment.

From the moment Hunter Biden took a job in 2014 with an energy company in Ukraine, Republicans have said it presented a conflict of interest.

In Iowa, Sanders made inroads with seniors, while Warren showed she has appeal beyond the coasts.

In Greenville, N.C., where Trump supporters chanted “Send her back,” leaders of three congregations handled the moment differently in the pulpit.

The California Democrat recalled his surprise when a Microsoft representative said at a conference last year that three Senate campaigns had been attacked by what seemed like the same Russian government-linked group that interfered in the 2016 election. “That should not be the first time the Intelligence chair is hearing that,” he said.

The senior White House adviser said the term “racist” has become a label used to silence and punish people.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam B. Schiff and Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler stopped short of calling for Trump’s impeachment.

The president followed his gut to the dark side of American politics, and now the country would have to pick up the pieces.

One reason the right might be slow to disavow Trump is because there is little consensus about what racism is.

Feeling the pressure, lawmakers on the panels have been practicing for Wednesday’s hearings.

Katie Hopkins has a history of insulting immigrants, once comparing them to “cockroaches.”

  • Analysis

The Miami debate and its aftermath left many candidates with unfinished business and a more fluid Democratic race.

For years, President Trump railed against America’s shortfalls, stupidity and “carnage.” Now, he wants people who do the same to leave.

$15 for 10 straws, and you get to "own the Libs" — at a slightly inflated rate.

A day after disagreeing with “send her back” chant, president reverses course and praises rallygoers.

An unsurprising revelation from new data compiled by a team at Syracuse University.

The two congresswomen have been openly critical of the Israeli government.

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