While they gave him credit for showing up, Parkland survivors took apart his talking points on banning assault weapons and accepting NRA money.
Robert Mueller is looking into yet another aspect of Paul Manafort’s shady past.
In a “listening session” on gun control, Trump floated some unhinged ideas along with some downright reasonable ones.
Republican legislators in Pennsylvania have the power to impeach and remove judges. But could that backfire in the court of public opinion?
They were joined by thousands of students marching in Washington, D.C., and other cities across the country.
A provocative but wrong New York Times op-ed by Amy Chua calls coastal liberals a “market-dominated minority.”
The GOP had been gaining in polls for weeks — but a new batch of surveys puts the Democratic advantage back into “wave” territory.
After getting too close to Richard Nixon, Billy Graham stayed away from partisan politics. But his son Franklin Graham is up to his ears in it.
“Let’s face it: the political class is screwing ordinary people,” he wrote on his website.
HHS official Jon Cordova shared some crazy articles.
Trump’s son-in-law can’t seem to pass an FBI background check. Now, John Kelly is poised to revoke his interim security clearance.
The latest humiliation for the beleaguered attorney general.
Contra David Brooks, liberals haven’t alienated half of America; Congress has just ignored the will of nearly all of it.
An epic drawing of the minutest details from the “Perspective Twins.”
One scheming, sinister man. A dozen unsuspecting victims. The ultimate Craigslist nightmare.
Gun-violence restraining orders offer a way to temporarily disarm the mentally ill, based on the concerns of family members and law enforcement.
It’s the 37th legislative seat Democrats have flipped since Trump’s election.
Another weird detail in the president’s raging inferiority complex.
Florida Republicans didn’t even wait a decent interval to shoot down a proposed assault weapons ban.
A week after the Florida high-school massacre, he decided to address a previous mass shooting.