There was a time, not so long ago, when it was widely considered suicidal for an American politician to pay hush money to porn stars, cosy up to Russian leaders, or use national security dollars to buy
A new Marquette Law School poll reveals some fascinating data on how the public perceives the Supreme Court and how the public wants the Court to behave in pending cases. By a wide margin, poll respondents
Onstage at Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit, the born-again Trump critic calls the Ukraine scandal a “full-blown constitutional crisis” and suggests Mitch McConnell will push Trump out of office.
Lawmakers haven’t decided yet whether they should focus solely on Ukraine—or write a broader indictment of the president. When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi gave her blessing to an impeachment inquiry three
The Post gets some new details on the testimony offered to the House impeachment inquiry by William Taylor, the acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine: The Post reports that Taylor testified that Sondland said
(CNN) — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that he never had -- or at least doesn't recall having -- a conversation with President Donald Trump in which he described Trump's call with
The constitutional standard for impeachment is different from what’s at play in a regular criminal trial. “High crimes and misdemeanors” is surely the most troublesome, misleading phrase in the U.S. Constitution.
Her point was effective: 'Facebook have decided to let political figures lie to you … while getting richer off the ads.' Just for a moment, let us pull our eyes away from Brexit and focus instead on two
Donald Trump isn't the best at words. And since 2016 is the hell from which we can never escape, his former election opponent Hillary Clinton had some fun with that fact. Clinton took to Twitter on Sunday
Prominent liberal Catholics have warned the US attorney general’s devout Catholic faith poses a threat to the separation of church and state, after William Barr delivered a fiery speech on religious freedom
Donald Trump, like all strongmen, fetishizes military might. He dreams of parading armies down the streets of Washington. He exalts men with weapons the way football fans deify their favorite quarterbacks.