The chance of being murdered on U.S. soil by a chain immigrant terrorist is 1.2 billion per year.
In the most Trumpian of all states, Trump has been delivered the most powerful repudiation.
He isn't bothered by the fact that facts can easily be checked – as in photographs of the inauguration crowd.
Until four marines were killed in Niger, no one knew we were waging war in Africa.
Neil Buchanan writes that Republicans think poor Americans are lazy, shiftless leeches.
Unfettered access to the Internet is essential to a vibrant democracy and strong economy.
Trump has reversed a policy imposed by George W. Bush that put civilian safety first.
It will be particularly devastating for those with chronic medical conditions.
One in six African Americans in Alabama has been barred from voting in recent elections.
Trump's obsession with "winning" is at odds with reality.
Laws to put mobsters behind bars are being used by big corporations to stifle legitimate dissent.
If Mueller brought charges under that law, the White House would condemn the act as a witch hunt on stilts.
Trump's decision to commercialize two vast tracts of wild land in Utah runs counter to American values.
Republicans can insist Don Jr. tells what he knows about the Russia meeting. But will they?
Even though U.S. economy is doing well, the benefits aren't trickling down to most Americans.
By saying nothing so far, Trump has maintained the encryption-rich status quo.
70 percent of Americans can't understand the science section of the New York Times.
Only one out of 42 economists surveyed believe GDP will be substantially higher a decade from now.
They think having 13 million lose their health insurance is 'moderate.'
Senators tend to stick to party lines, whatever the offence.
Is there a legal difference between content of a communication and tracking its whereabouts?
Trump's former assistant tells why he is happy to be outside the West Wing.