For the first time, investigators confirm that the origin of the investigation had nothing to do with a controversial dossier.
Pelosi’s comments about the new tax law have become part of the GOP’s election-year arsenal. New polling suggests they may be onto something.
The conciliatory tone of Trump’s first State of the Union address was sharply at odds with the combative manner in which he has conducted his presidency.
At a critical moment in his presidency, Trump’s challenge is to reach beyond his core supporters.
Trump’s focus on nation of origin for immigrants could exclude the ancestors of most Americans, including his own.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s push for more enforcement of marijuana laws has opened divisions within his own party.
The senator from Colorado picks his battles, and unlike other Republicans, takes action.
Allegations that Roy Moore made inappropriate advances on teenage girls turned a race upside down.
His forced resignation was a political and moral calculation, aimed at drawing a contrast with Republicans on sexual abuse.
Majority leader says voters will be feeling effects on the economy before next fall’s election.
With his biggest legislative victory in sight, the Russia investigation takes a dire turn.
Once seen as a potential 2020 challenger to Trump, the former ‘SNL’ star is now fighting for political survival.
While action against alleged harassers is swift in most fields, politics has its own rules.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand said Clinton should have resigned after his affair with Monica Lewinsky. A longtime Clinton aide lashed back.
Thousands of anti-Trump activists, who gathered in Detroit this weekend, look to turn their protest into a movement.
Transparency takes a back seat to expediency as the GOP scrambles to pass a health-care bill.
Polls are tight in a contest between energized Democratic forces and a GOP mobilized by fear of what may be coming in next year’s midterm battle for control of Congress.
A free-for-all in 2020 is already taking shape, with the Democratic nomination wide open.
The president’s behavior becomes a model — and a burden — for Republican candidates.
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein assured lawmakers Friday that his appointment of a special counsel won’t step on their panels.