In 1900, there were 10 young people for everyone 65 and older. Now there are fewer than two.
Trump tweeted that he wants to “make the U.N. great again.”
But military service is still much more dangerous.
Trump asks us to trust him when he says he’s the real victim. America seems unlikely to do so.
The evidence suggests Trump Jr. received the call during a critical time period.
Digging into Rep. Mo Brooks’s comments during a hearing on Wednesday.
Wednesday’s mention wasn’t Trump’s first.
Trump actively embraced the material shared by WikiLeaks, and his staff was prepared to accept Russia’s help at that Trump Tower meeting.
A former FBI agent explains the nuances of using an informant in an investigation.
It includes two skating rinks, a carousel and a golf course.
An expert assesses the gaps in the story.
The notes are less cryptic than they appear.
New details strongly suggest that Trump Jr. was not the only person who knew what was being offered in that meeting.
It’s a long, weird story that involves nearly every major character in the Russia saga so far.
A smaller proportion of police officers die in the line of duty than roofers or loggers.
John Kelly describes that threat, aimed at cutting apprehensions at the border, as a “strong deterrent.”
With Rasmussen numbers drooping, Trump embraces a new one from Gallup.
But there are significant hurdles to either.
Not that this isn’t ironic for him to complain about.
A tenth say it’s the most important reason they do so.