Jacking up rents illegally and pocketing the profits: Yet another scam by a sleaze named Trump
Donald Trump should never have been allowed to view the White House lawn from any vantage point except a television set—hooked up for the inmates in the common room of a state penitentiary. According to the The New York Times, before he engaged in defrauding investors through his Trump University scam, before his habitual, pre-declaration of bankruptcy stiffing of his employees and contractors, even before his off-camera antics harassing or sleeping with various women and paying them for thei...
As Trump argues for a wall, a border security measure gets pulled back
U.S. Army soldiers have removed barbed wire along the US-Mexico border in areas where the Trump administration has said more border security measures are needed after.
Factbox: Trump administration departures, firings, reassignments
President Donald Trump said on Saturday that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will step down at the end of December, the latest senior official to exit Trump's high-turnover administration.
Health-care law ruling puts Republicans on the defensive after campaign promises
Democrats are seizing on a Texas judge’s decision to amplify their argument that the GOP wants to deny protection for millions of Americans with preexisting medical conditions.
Ryan Zinke to resign as interior secretary, Trump says; Zinke had faced allegations of misconduct involving a land development
Trump names Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney as acting White House chief of staff
Mounting legal threats surround Trump as nearly every organization he has led is under investigation
With ACA in peril, Republicans get to show if they really want to protect people with preexisting conditions
‘Stop,’ ‘I wasn’t there,’ ‘I don’t know anything about that’: Republicans dodge or dismiss Trump’s legal woes
Cyntoia Brown deserves clemency, Tennessee Democrats tell state's departing GOP governor
Democratic leaders in Tennessee are calling for the state’s outgoing Republican governor to grant clemency to a woman serving a life sentence for a murder she committed when she was a teenager.
The Special Counsel Is Fighting a Witness in Court. Who Is It?
The office of Robert S. Mueller III is in a closed-door legal battle to force a witness to testify. Here’s what we know about the dispute.
How your U.S. lawmaker voted
Here’s how area members of Congress voted on major issues during the legislative week ending Dec. 14.
Gov. Inslee proposes $54.4B state budget that includes new taxes on capital gains and business services
How to Stop Monopolies and Influence Policymakers
Corporate concentration crushes Americans everywhere. Aggressive journalism is what's needed to stop it.
Loyalty, rapport: Why Trump chose Mulvaney as chief of staff
For Trump, who has already cycled through two chiefs of staffs in as many years, the decision was as much about current appearances as future negotiations