I realized as I wrote this that I’ve never met a Kelly I didn’t like, who wasn’t admirable.
Even for this dramatic administration, the past seven days have been extraordinary.
The country has been deeply divided before, but it always manages to pull itself together.
The U.S. should recognize Iran and Russia as adversaries—and that Iraq isn’t a friend.
President Obama has been busy since leaving office. In February he was photographed kite surfing with billionaire Richard Branson in the British Virgin Islands. March brought a visit to Hawaii, followed by four weeks in French Polynesia and yachting wi…
What we are living through in America is not only a division but a great estrangement.
President Donald Trump is outsourcing much of the response to ex-FBI Director James Comey’s testimony on Thursday to the Republican National Committee, leaning on a team of about 60 staffers to lead a political offensive aimed at Democrats as well as the nation’s former top law enforcement officer.
Reporters in the mainstream media only want to talk about Russia, instead of what Team Trump is getting done.
I’ve come to discover an endearing political innocence in President Trump’s tweets.
A committee of Wall Street advisers is pouring cold water on a proposal by U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to issue superlong 50-year and 100-year U.S. government bonds, arguing that the big pension funds and insurers expected to buy the securities won’t have much interest.