Trump's obviously not being transparent, and Robert S. Mueller III's report left some issues unresolved, particularly whether Trump obstructed justice.
Prior to this week's European parliamentary elections, Twitter shared links from "junk" news sources with less gusto than Facebook users did, the study found.
If members of Congress had the courage of their convictions, they would take back some of their constitutional authority over tariffs from the White House.
The Justice Department advised the FDA that it can't regulate imported drugs to be used in executions, despite a court order that it must. Cue the lawyers.
In signing Alabama's unconstitutional abortion-ban law, Gov. Kay Ivey invoked respect for life. Apparently that doesn't apply to signing death warrants.
Alabama's overwhelmingly male state Senate voted to all but criminalize abortion, and I'm sick of male politicians and judges making decisions about my body
Alabama just passed a near-total abortion ban. Roe v. Wade is next on the red-state lawmaker agenda. Organizing to save it should have begun a year ago.
Conservatives on the Supreme Court are bickering over the timing of death penalty appeals and access to religious advisors. A solution: End the death penalty.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that consumers could sue Apple for artificially raising prices at its App Store, but how will they quantify their losses?
A proposed federal regulation would bar public housing to households if any member does not have legal status. That could oust 55,000 kids, including citizens.
U.S. businesses and consumers are picking up the tab for Trump's China tariffs, to the detriment of the U.S. economy — at least for now.
It’s great that after a decade of painful economic recovery the state’s finances are back in good health. That's going to make it hard to sell the new taxes the governor is proposing.
The same president who wants to make health insurance more expensive for people with preexisting conditions is fighting the good fight on surprise medical bills and prescription drugs.
House Democrats weaken their case for disclosure by demanding more than what the public really needs to see from President Trump, his aides and the Mueller report.
If McConnell really wants to move on from the Mueller report and Trump’s behavior, he could have the Senate tackle some major issues and queue up some consequential policy debates.
With top Chinese officials due to arrive in D.C. on Wednesday, the president tweeted that Friday he'd raise tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods.
Facebook is not required to provide the online equivalent of an endless Open Mic Night to Alex Jones, Louis Farrakhan or anyone else.
A federal judge ruled Monday that a second case accusing President Trump of violating the constitutional ban on emoluments can proceed. That's a positive step for those seeking to hold Trump accountable.
After 23 years and successful conservation efforts, the pandas in San Diego are going back to China. I wish they would stay.
Reading Trump’s Monday morning tweets, I was reminded how much this country needs a president with a steady temperament, a thick skin and a selfless interest in all Americans.
Now that Judge Stanley Bastian has temporarily halted ridiculous new rules on the Title X family planning program, the courts need to throw them out altogether.