No wonder Team Trump and GOP lawmakers appear increasingly nervous about the Russia probe and Special Counselor Robert Mueller. According to a report by Axios on Saturday, Mueller has obtained “tens of thousands” of emails from 12 accounts belonging to Trump’s transition team.
While the Affordable Care Act remains popular and beneficial for many Americans, the current enrollment period ended at midnight on Friday without the Trump administration offering to extend the deadline to accommodate late–comers.
The government already has lost one case for trying to block an undocumented teenager in federal custody from having an abortion. Now, officials are under fire again for the same rights violations, including forcing immigrants in custody who want an abortion to attend right–wing, religious, anti–abortion “counseling.”
A scathing resignation letter from a talented U.S. diplomat to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson shows the extent of frustration and anger felt by many career diplomats at the State Department who are being marginalized and forced out by the Trump administration.
United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley did something on Sunday that’s probably going to infuriate President Donald Trump, who loves his people to be loyal. In a surprising interview on CBS’ Face the Nation, Haley said that the numerous women who have accused the president of sexual assault and harassment deserve to be…
The Boston Globe on Sunday published an extensive feature story on racism and structural inequality that shows the city still has a long way to go to improve the lives of black residents.
Six former clerks and junior staffers have come forward to accuse influential U.S. 9th Circuit Court Judge Alex Kozinski, a former chief judge, of sexual harassment. Two of the women said Kozinski, who continues to serve on the court, asked them to view porn in his chambers, according to an investigation by The…
Arizona Republican Senator Jeff Flake recently has been masquerading as a Republican with a heart, someone willing to stand up to Donald Trump and others in the GOP whose lack of principles is tearing the country apart.
The president of the United States delivered a vitriolic speech on Friday with the goal of supporting an accused child molester for U.S. Senate. In doing so, Donald Trump attacked one of candidate Roy Moore’s accusers, Beverly Young Nelson.
In less than 48 hours, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has given us two big reasons to despise him.
Newsweek and researchers at the American Bridge just revealed that White House senior adviser and Trump son–in–law Jared Kushner has omitted yet another conflicting financial interest from his ethics filings.
The Trump Twitter storm that many expected over the weekend after former national security adviser Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI has finally come. And it has all the signs of a president in full panic–mode.
In early November, a poll of registered voters in Alabama found that nearly a third of those surveyed were more likely to vote for accused child molester Roy Moore after allegations surfaced about past sexual attacks against teenage girls.
Could it be? The day we all knew was coming, eventually, appears to now be upon us. Donald Trump may have just incriminated himself in the Russia probe with a reckless tweet in which he seems to admit to obstructing justice.
In a move that will go down in history as one of the most disgraceful acts in modern legislative history, Republican senators passed a monumental tax overhaul Saturday morning with a bill whose final version no one had read.