They've cooked up resignation scenarios, divined constitutional solutions, and even called for a military coup.
Why are some mass killings deemed the act of a madman and others the act of a terrorist?
Three things Trump must do if his Asia trip is to be counted a success.
He has sacrificed the institutions of democracy to achieve his own selfish ends.
'He's got to come out with something not just on North Korea, but on stabilizing a rocky relationship with China.'
He may at first suggest collusion with Trump, only to pull the rug later to discredit the investigation.
What if Trump is impeached and convicted, but refuses to leave office?
Republicans hope eliminating state and local tax deduction will encourage people to leave blue states for red states.
If you are Trump you must inspire your base to believe their values are under attack and only you can defend them.
Seven weeks have passed since taken into custody and he has not been allowed an attorney.
Uzbekistan meets the criteria to avoid the ban, so Trump would have to change the rules, again.
Perhaps to the chagrin of Senators Graham and McCain, Guantanamo Bay is no longer a law-free zone.
Republicans will cut $1.5 trillion from Medicare and Medicaid. Pell Grants, housing assistance, even cancer research are also on the chopping block.
The new medical officer's policy is, if you want to starve yourself to death, go ahead.
'It's not against the law to represent sleazeballs. In Washington, it's a growth industry.'
At some point fear of what indictees will say to incriminate Trump will outweigh the political repercussions.
The chance of being murdered in a terror attack on U.S. soil committed by a foreign-born person stands at 1 in 3,808,094 per year.
What screening process could identify and exclude from the US someone not radicalized at his time of entry?
A new survey shows how tolerant Americans are of each others' opinions. Or are they?
Papadopoulos, a former foreign policy adviser to Trump, has pleaded guilty to lying to federal agents, the special counsel's office announced Monday.
Manafort managed Yanukovych's image down to the way in which he styled his hair and the suits he wore.