Financial distress, fear of the future and immigrants are not factors uniting Trump’s base.
"Show me how you pleasure yourself."
“As crazy as Trump may be, deep down he has trust in Mattis’s judgment,” says former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta.
Students want white supremacist Dan Kleve expelled for safety reasons.
In public, President Donald Trump has defended former staffer Rob Porter against domestic violence accusations. Behind closed doors, aides say Trump is outraged over Porter's alleged behavior. Which is it?
The White House is still considering a limited strike, but many inside the administration oppose it.
Alex Jones's InfoWars has recently ramped up its coverage of the fake phenomenon referred to as #Qanon and #TheStorm.
A forgettable speech with nothing new in it.
The nearly 80-minute speech made few of the shows of unity White House officials had promised in a preview of the speech several days before—even if the remarks were largely free of bluster.
The U.S. Treasury Department will soon start looking for more of the Kremlin’s breadcrumbs abroad. Will they lead to Trump?
The meaning of “alt-right” has come more into focus, and it now includes white supremacy.
Now the most popular prime time host on Fox News, Carlson is also the staunchest defender of President Donald Trump’s anti-immigration policies.
After the U.S. ousted Saddam Hussein, many Iraqi Kurds hoped Western oil companies would bring them a better life. Not anymore.
A text message sent the day after the 2016 presidential election has some wondering if something is amiss at the FBI.
One year after Trump took office, the alt-right movement could be seen as more dangerous than ever.
A government shutdown went into effect after the Senate failed to pass a spending measure.
Bannon received a subpoena from Robert Mueller on Tuesday.
Trump hasn't defeated the media, but he has changed how Americans consume the news.
More American civilians have been killed by guns over the past decade than died in World War II.
The departure underscores the extraordinary consequences of the publication of Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff’s book about the turbulent Trump administration.
What did Trump and Pence really knew about the phone calls between Flynn and the Russian ambassador?
The protests in Iran may have blown up the president’s dream of shredding that country’s nuclear deal.
The president is in an extraordinary feud with an author—as well as with his former campaign manager.
Could the president's "voter fraud" panel become even stronger in death than in life? Critics are worried.
Some Trump loyalists were openly overjoyed to see Steve Bannon go under the proverbial bus. Others treaded cautiously.
Will two-time presidential hopeful Mitt Romney jump back into politics once more?
Here's some credit where credit is due.
Donald Trump’s repeated provocations may plunge the U.S. into a nuclear war. How much would it cost?
Senator-elect Doug Jones narrows the Republican Senate majority to 51-49. Does that mean he could kill the tax bill?
Republican Roy Moore was such a flawed candidate that he couldn't win even in deep-red Alabama.