The big investors are the ones who invested in getting Trump and the Republicans into office.
Republicans are tying the fate of American children to an increase in an already-enormous military budget.
Congress has subpoenaed Bannon and can hold him in contempt if he persists in claiming executive privilege.
From Caligula and Nero to Wellington and Churchill, history shows it can be done.
It's unlikely the Supreme Court would expand privilege to the months of the transition.
Who needs Roy Moore to run against when a Bannon-less Trump makes every Republican look worse?
Trump's bluntness on race may be used to challenge his policies, such as his immigration ban.
One year on, Trump has failed to fill four out of ten key federal government posts.
Who's to blame? Trump for saying bad things in private? Or those who make them public?
Republicans believe the opposite of their dislike to all regulations is for Dems to favor all regulations.
Men feel left out in economies when their jobs have been shipped overseas to low-wage countries.
The Democrats have lost both the white working class and the white middle class as well.
Neil Buchanan writes that the idea that regulation is bad for the economy and deregulation is good is false.
Why all the engagement with Russians? Why the cover-up and lies?
The government argues that allowing the teenager to abort would make it 'complicit' in an objectionable procedure.
Trump has proposed an Internet sales tax in tweets criticizing WashPo owner Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.
Richard Epstein writes that Trump's bonfire of regulations has worked wonders.
Top legal experts consider the latest startling revelations from the Mueller investigation.
His strategy could backfire in the criminal trial, for it cannot please the judge in the case, Judge Amy Jackson.
He has an uncanny ability to discover people's fears, anxieties, prejudices, and darkest desires.
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