New information shows the media was wrong to deny there was surveillance targeting his campaign.
Both campaigns were seeking dirt on the other side, but the Clinton camp was just more sophisticated.
You either protect free speech for everyone or give the government the power to decide what is allowed.
Donald Trump finally found a federal judge to whom he could relate when it comes to the special counsel.
The new member of the legal team for Donald Trump is making waves defending the president.
The president can either sit down with the special counsel or bunker down in the White House.
The former FBI director continues to commit the very violations that led to calls for his firing.
The president could ultimately pardon his lawyer, while the special counsel could give him a deal.
In terminal medical cases, doctors often deal with patients who move through “stages” that begin with denial. These so-called Kübler-Ross stages can be a long road toward acceptance. A weird form of Kübler-Ross seem…
The greatest danger of this scandal will come from how the president chooses to react to it.
The president has strong defenses in the four areas the special counsel reportedly wants to discuss.
The fired FBI deputy director is lashing out and posing problems for James Comey and Robert Mueller.
Now that Robert Mueller has sent a subpoena flying over President Trump’s red line, the stakes could not be higher.
The real danger of a scandal is not the discovery of the primary cancer but the risk of metastasis.
Andrew McCabe may have misled investigators about a leak to the media on the Clinton investigation.
He could have simply sought judicial review of the material, but again elected the blunt tool over the surgical device.
OPINION| Like invading Russia in winter, it appears that participating in the Russian investigation is a prospect fraught with peril for those on the front lines.
OPINION | President Trump was able to bait the former FBI director into diminishing his own credibility.
OPINION | We need to move beyond the hyperventilated pronouncements of criminal conduct or impeachable offenses based on this memo.
OPINION | Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ignored calls for her retirement during the Obama administration. The decision may haunt her and the Democratic Party.