After New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand said that, in hindsight, Bill Clinton should have resigned over the Monica Lewinsky scandal, the political mafia put a hit on her.
Jeff Sessions is a man in search of a banana peel. When he can’t find one to step on, he supplies his own.
In the New York Times’ view, there are only two reasons to question Robert Mueller’s credibility: insanity or treason.
The indictments of Paul Manafort and an associate on money laundering, tax evasion and other charges unrelated to the campaign, and the guilty plea of a volunteer campaign aide do not change my view that Mueller is hopelessly conflicted.
Forgive yourself if you are confused about developments in the Russia, Russia, Russia storyline. In fact, there are so many moving parts that you shouldn’t trust anybody who isn’t confused.
It’s nine months into the administration, and there is no rest for the hair-on-fire coverage.
Terror attacks are like unhappy families; each is different in its own awful way.
As President Trump enters the stretch run of his first year in office, two big things are clear. He has not lost his remarkable instinct for reading the public mood, but neither has he found a way to harness that instinct into a successful governing fo…
A major threat to Trump’s presidency is gaining new steam.
The biggest surprise in President Trump’s willingness to work with Democrats is how much of a surprise it is to much of America.