Until a few days ago, the possibility that Donald Trump would face impeachment seemed slim. Despite Trump’s indisputable and repeated abuse of power, and his likely obstruction of justice during the investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election, Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives headed [Read more]
Two of the oldest Anglo-Saxon democracies were rescued by ... extraordinary actions that demonstrate the breadth of the crisis eating away at them.
No one can dissect the political undercurrents like the most powerful woman in America.
The president has never quite stopped campaigning, because deep down, this reality show is what he likes to do.
Biden has already run for president twice, in 1988 and 2008, both times unsuccessfully. Things are different the third time; at least, he hopes so.
These days, [Joe Biden's] many gaffes captivate reporters and worry some Democratic voters.
It is interesting to note the coincidence of Trump's campaign launch with the start of construction of the wall.
The U.S. is the only country in the world in which there are more weapons in private hands than there are residents living in the country.
[D]onald Trump keeps escalating matters until we can no longer cope with the sheer volume of monstrosities, and the temperate treatment by the media adds to the confusion.
How could the American people possibly send Trump to the White House for a second term?