During the campaign, no one could control Trump, and that was a political asset. Not anymore.
In a new book, Prudence Bushnell, the U.S. envoy to Kenya in 1998, recounts her constant warnings that the embassy was vulnerable.
The only difference now is that white supremacists believe they have an ally in the White House.
Steve Bannon refuses to answer questions about whether he condemns violence perpetrated by white nationalists.
Since his Monday afternoon press conference, in which he explicitly condemned the white nationalist groups responsible for the violence in Charlottesville, Trump has behaved like a surly toddler.
From war with North Korea to deadly ISIS attacks, Trump’s generals are protecting America from its enemies—and perhaps the president.
Despite some bipartisan momentum, special interests, popular deductions and a lack of advance work likely will doom the president’s efforts to simplify the American tax system.
Finding himself navigating a tough stretch in office, Trump returned to the campaign trail.
There have been troubling developments in the Seth Rich case, but you're unlikely to hear about that from Sean Hannity, who once promised to assiduously investigate the murder.
President Trump is apparently not happy with the state of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Donald Trump promised "forgotten Americans" he'd be their tireless advocate in the White House. That hasn't quite panned out thus far.
Some Americans would like to see their health insurance self-destruct.
If only Obama-era Donald Trump could see the state of his own presidency in 2017.
President Trump has a majority in Congress. So why has his agenda—from health care to infrastructure—largely gone up in flames?
U.S. military veterans—of all ages and sexes—are 21 percent more likely to commit suicide than the civilian population.
King has a long history of making disparaging statements about immigrants while serving up nostalgia for a significantly whiter America.
The break with the D.C. professional Republican class continues.
With May’s cabinet in open disagreement, those who want Britain to stay in the EU are feeling optimistic.
Donald Trump has been president for exactly six months.
How a tweet celebrating Assata Shakur kicked off a spat between the Women’s March co-founder and the CNN anchor.
When Trump told the Muslim leaders in Riyadh to drive out extremism, he missed the main point. Dictatorship is the problem. Democracy is the solution.
The health care debacle is just part of the problem. Bad decisions and structural impediments are killing the president’s legislative agenda
If you have Donald Trump fatigue, these seven stories over the last six months might take your mind off the U.S. president.
Sean Hannity is one of U.S. President Donald Trump's most ardent supporters and uses his show to still attack Trump's 2016 opponent, Hillary Clinton.
Only more government regulation could have guaranteed the conservative author her seat.
Donald Trump Jr. defended himself on Fox News.
His Russia meeting puts the president’s son in legal crosshairs.
The illiberal forces unleashed by the president and his fellow nationalists in Europe abrogate the very values that make us Western.
The thesis is that the Democrats’ message has been hijacked by the so-called Elizabeth Warren wing of the party and must shift right.
“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man,” Hemingway once said. “True nobility is being superior to your former self.”