Colbert pungently reviews the Senate Judiciary Committee’s mishandling of Christine Ford’s charges and a preview of next week’s “thrill ride” hearings.
While Trump praises North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, experts suspect he is gaming the United States. Maybe he’s gaming American voters, too.
A new memoir by Stormy Daniels recalls her very personal encounter with POTUS. It isn’t hard to understand why he paid her to keep quiet.
Much of what Kellyanne said today on Fox might be expected. But her remarks about Christine Blasey Ford were not what we expected at all.
If the Attorney General and the FBI refuse the president’s demand to flush out that “traitor,” then the very stable genius will do it himself.
That anonymous Trump administration staffer who lambasted him in the New York Times isn’t exactly courageous. But neither is he.
Bob Woodward’s new book and a mysterious New York Times op-ed show the White House staff in secret revolt. So when will Trump blow up?
Donald Trump knows he isn’t a racist, because so many black Americans have jobs these days. Why aren’t they more grateful to him?
When Trump imagines his own departure, he must know that the mood and style will be quite different from the McCain solemnities.
Not a single speaker mentioned Trump’s name, but they all found ways to put the differences between him and McCain in dramatic relief.
In the 2018 midterm, no spectacle is more revealing than desperate Ted Cruz pleading for help from Donald Trump, a man he despises.
McCain wrote: “We weaken our greatness when we confuse our patriotism with tribal rivalries that have sown resentment and hatred…in all the corners of the globe.”
New York DA Cy Vance should look into Fox News — where a monstrous predator escaped justice because his employer illicitly concealed his crimes.
Few events have exposed the immaturity and narcissism of the current president as starkly as the passing of Senator John S. McCain.
It is vital to determine what questions federal prosecutors asked White House deputy chief of staff Bill Shine during the Fox News investigation.
The Kremlin and its friends in Washington agree on many matters, from NATO to human rights. But most of all, they share deep hostility to honesty and facts.
The First Lady speaks out against cyberbullying, defends LeBron James, and plans a solo trip to African countries insulted by Trump. He must be so proud.
August 21 will be remembered as the date of the criminal conviction of the president’s campaign manager and personal lawyer. Uh-oh.
When push comes to shove, all that really matters to the Republican Party is tax cuts for donors of extreme wealth — and raw political power.
Worried that Trump would try to blame obstruction of the Russia probe on him, White House counsel Don McGahn is cooperating with Mueller.
Donald Trump is perpetually primed to change the subject with a tweet or a slur, even an authoritarian act — but does that protect or wound him?
The United States Senate unanimously voted a resolution declaring that a free press is “not the enemy of the people.” It didn’t mention Trump by name.
This book tells the story of one of the greatest intelligence operations in history, which placed a willfully ignorant or inexplicably unaware Russian asset in the White House.
Too bad John Kelly had to fire Omarosa, who went on to write a sensational backstabbing memoir. She was perfect for Trump’s White House.
Like many Americans, Danziger cannot help but wonder how Republicans remain so complacent as madness consumes their party. Tick tick tick…