The president’s latest attack on his attorney general underscores his lack of trust in many of his subordinates and appointees.
Lawyers for the Supreme Court pick’s accuser say the rush for a public hearing on Monday is unfair.
The vessel was washed into the backyard of a North Carolina resident in a storm-ravaged neighborhood.
Democrats hope their gubernatorial nominee can pull together the coalition that twice won the state, even if he has little time to do it.
In an interview with the Hill, Trump said he was relying on TV pundits and House allies.
The president promises federal aid and “whatever we have to do to make this perfect” in the wake of Florence.
All the key swing votes sounds inclined to move forward, even if Christine Blasey Ford doesn’t testify.
How Christopher Steele, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and Bruce Ohr fit into the origination of the Russia probe.
Again, conservatives compare sexual assault allegations to violence against the accused.
In a new interview, the president offered a scathing review of the leader of the Justice Department, including his work on immigration.
The president said in an interview the walls that are part of the memorial are “beautiful” and “perfect.”
In short: The only real motivation to move quickly is politics. And doing so could backfire.
Progressive and conservatives groups are uniting against it.
A new bill would force DHS to open a bug bounty program.
The 85-year-old California lawmaker, elected after Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas, is in the middle of an explosive cultural, political and social firestorm.
The blunt force of Mazie Hirono’s comments reverberated widely around the internet on Tuesday afternoon.
In lobbying the president, conservative Republicans made a final push before the midterms to undercut Mueller’s Russia probe.
‘I feel so badly that he’s going through this,’ the president said about his embattled Supreme Court nominee.
Supporters of the Supreme Court nominee have called for protests at her house and questioned her veracity and motives.
Three participated in the committee hearings questioning Anita Hill.
In this edition: Kavanaugh slogs, Democrats win the primaries, Kathy Griffin re-emerges in attack ads, Mike Bloomberg misses Charlie Rose.
In 2016, the U.S. accepted 85,000 refugees. In 2018, we’ve accepted less than a quarter of that number.
They won’t call an alleged witness to testify, and they seem to be holding Kavanaugh’s accuser to unreasonable standards.
President Trump could only stay disciplined for so long.
The Republican senator says there is “no reason to” make Mark Judge testify Monday. That seems untenable.
In a pair of tweets, the president predicted there would soon be “ranting” about perceived shortcomings.
Trump doesn’t seem to understand why his olive branches to the Hispanic community are insufficient.
It’s an encouraging snapshot ahead of the midterms.
But it’s a popular initiative.
Bureaucrats have had an uneasy relationship with the Clinton-era executive order that’s supposed to help.
The foreclosure case, the wrong professor and Tucker Carlson’s theory about what’s behind the concern about Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault accusation.
Polling for Brazil’s chaotic election is showing an unprecedented gender gap.
The journalist, whose publication is banned in China, stepped into a restricted area to as the president was leaving a ceremony in the East Room.
Political science research has found methods that boost registration and turnout.
Brett Kavanaugh, Christine Blasey Ford and what to look for in a ‘he-said-she-said’ sexual assault allegation.
Asked about allegations against Kavanaugh, the former vice president says one should assume ‘the essence of what she’s talking about is real.’
They had hoped that Kavanaugh’s appointment would excite Republicans; now it may by Democrats who are energized instead.
Republican officials fear that an impulsive statement from the president could hurt the Supreme Court nominee and the party amid sexual assault allegations.