Last week, a woman in her mid-40s who lives in a tidy suburban enclave just outside of Columbus, Ohio, summed up her continued support for President Donald Trump despite his morals, values and behavior not matching hers nor matching her expectations she had for any president of the United States.
More and more Americans are reporting near-constant cannabis use, as legalization forges ahead.
The hyper-political industry can't muster any outrage over the serial attacks on free expression.
President Trump accused the press of ignoring his achievements on the international stage on Thursday.
Mr. Trump touted his relationships with North Korea and Russia during his one-on-one interview with Fox News' Ainsley Earhadrt, but accused 80 percent of the media of misrepresenting the meetings.
"If I do ...
When then-FBI Director James Comey announced he was closing the Hillary Clinton email investigation for a second time just days before the 2016 election, he certified to Congress that his agency had “reviewed all of the communications” discovered on a personal laptop used by Clinton’s closest aide, Huma Abedin, and her husband, Anthony Weiner
John Kass: You want to talk about separating families at the border? Let's talk about families who will never see their loved ones again, like Mollie Tibbetts'.
Two of the president's former associates were in court Tuesday. Both guilty of multiple felonies. What happened to draining the swamp?
The policy, which called for the criminal prosecution of anyone crossing the border illegally, and led to the separation of more than twenty-five hundred children from their parents, has coincided with a broader effort to dismantle the U.S. asylum system.
A recent appearance by columnist David Brooks on “Meet the Press” spurred a recollection of his April 2015 piece that discussed the importance of morality underpinning modern politics. Brooks wrote that fairness and decency must be used to foment trust and enduring personal relationships. He was right then, and he’s right today.
As Tuesday’s Arizona Senate primary nears, the three Republican candidates running to replace retiring Sen. Jeff Flake are working overtime to win a last-minute endorsement from President Trump.
The principled case for impeachment is clear. What’s missing is the courage.
The effort began when Sen. Mazie Hirono canceled her meeting with Kavanaugh and called the president
Thanks to ruthless discipline — and a plan long in the making — the G.O.P is carrying out a sweeping transformation of the federal judiciary.
RUSH: So let’s see. A guy who has been known to the Drive-By Media for many years, but let’s just say the last four, has been considered a sleazebag, a shyster, a reprobate, an SOB, just a piece of scum, and that would be Michael Cohen. Today he is a man of paragon and virtue because the one thing that hasn’t changed
A few things are clear. A candidate is free to contribute to his or her own campaign. It also is not criminal for a candidate to pay hush money to women whose disclosures might endanger his campaign.
President Trump said Thursday that the economy would be worse off if he wasn't in office.
"If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash," he said in an interview for Fox News, "I think everybody would be poorer."
The president criticized his former campaign rival Hillary Clinton ...
President Trump said Thursday that his former lawyer Michael Cohen, who paid hush-money to two women alleging affairs with Mr. Trump, pleaded guilty to crimes that were "totally unrelated" to his presidential campaign in 2016.
"I'm not involved. I wasn't charged with anything," Mr. Trump said on "Fox & Friends." ...
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President Donald Trump says he believes the economy would tank if he were to be impeached.
Trump was asked in an interview with "Fox & Friends" if he believes Democrats will launch impeachment proceedings if they ...