Attorney General William Barr is expected to turn over the redacted report to Congress soon. But the fight over the full report could take years.
Media feeding frenzies today are both bigger and smaller – elevating all kinds of offenses into full-blown controversies before quickly moving on.
The finding – as summarized by Attorney General William Barr – that the Trump campaign did not conspire with Russia is, on its face, a good thing.
To some, Trump’s tweets are a distraction from real news. To others, they’re the president’s most direct form of communication with the world.
Members of the Italian community take part in a reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday in Bensheim, southwest of Frankfurt, Germany, April 19.
In a rare 59-to-41 vote against President Donald Trump, a dozen Senate Republicans joined with Democrats to deny the president emergency powers to fund his wall.
By saying she won’t pursue it without bipartisan support, some wonder if the Speaker is setting too high a standard for impeachment.
To the president’s supporters, the two-plus hours of off-the-cuff remarks were high political entertainment. Critics saw an ‘unhinged rant.’
Many candidates are embracing sweeping liberal policies that would have been considered extreme just a few years ago. But in picking a nominee, Democratic voters may prioritize electability.
With ‘blackface’ scandal spreading to the attorney general, and the lieutenant governor facing a sexual assault accusation, it’s unclear who could step in to replace the embattled governor.
Democrats condemned the former Starbucks CEO’s announcement that he may run for president as an independent, arguing that those opposed to President Trump need to unite behind one candidate.
An uncomfortable confrontation on the National Mall, caught on video, led to a social media frenzy this week.
As costs of shutdown grow, so does sense among both sides that they need a substantial win to show for it.