Says former FBI official Andrew McCabe, "It’s impossible to interact with the president and the administration" without noticing that they sound like mobsters.
Speaking to CNN, a combat veteran called Trump's possible pardons of war crimes "a slap in the face to everyone who fought honorably."
The allegations against Steve Wynn are disturbing and graphic -- and led him to step down from his casino empire and his post as GOP finance chair.
Unfortunately many more places are in danger of becoming one of those cities where no one imagined gun violence could happen.
When Charlie Crist was governor of Florida, 155,315 offenders had their voting rights restored. Less than one percent of them reoffended.
This is becoming a trend. Yet another Trump fan has been arrested for making death threats against Democratic lawmakers whom the fan associated with Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) — one of Trump’s new favorite targets. ...
New research reported Friday by the Washington Post shows a 226 percent increase in hate crimes in counties where Trump held rallies in 2016.
Alleged assassin Comello's hand showed “MAGA forever,” a reference to President Donald Trump’s slogan, and the letter Q, referring to QAnon conspiracy theory.
On Fox and Friends, Conway sought to distance the New Zealand shooter from Trump’s beliefs, asserting that his manifesto proves the shooter is “not a conservative.”
Trump's ominous claim that he has the military, the police and the "bikers" to back him up may annoy more than a few of America's finest in uniform.
If any Republican official says Trump’s privacy must prevail over public interest in the Mueller final report, remember how prosecutors treated Clinton.
According to Democrats in closed hearings with Michael Cohen, the worst might be yet to come for the president — and potentially, his family.
In a new report from the New York Times, Rudolph Giuliani said that multiple lawyers for defendants in the Russia investigation have sought presidential pardons.
According to a new poll, 64 percent of Americans said that he committed crimes prior to becoming president. Only 24 percent disagreed with this assertion.
The spectacle of Michael Cohen's Congressional testimony about his old boss boss revived memories of Mario Puzo's classic crime family saga. (Although the Corleones had more dignity.)