Even the pretense of "compassionate conservatism" has gone out the window
Bill being rushed through the legislature would require police to cooperate with federal immigration authorities
Trump reacted to rulings against his revised travel ban by making the kind of argument strongman leaders often make
Here's what judges had to say about the revised version of the Trump administration's "Muslim ban"
Will members of the Senate Judiciary Committee stand up to Neil Gorsuch, or let Trump radicalize the Court for decades to come?
Attorney general says marijuana is "only slightly less awful" than heroin
MSNBC host unveiled details of Trump's partial 2005 federal tax return leaked to reporter David Cay Johnston
GOP health care plan is all about telling low-income people to fend for themselves
Congressional scorekeeping report finds 24 million would lose coverage, with Medicaid slashed and a spike in premiums
"Snoop shouldn't have done that," Senator Rubio tells 'TMZ'
Looking at the Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare through a policy lens doesn't tell the whole story
How progressives in Congress got over their election night disappointment and formed a strategy to fight back
From the "Day Without a Woman" strike in the U.S. to farmworker solidarity in Mexico City, here's how the world celebrated
Russia scandals have bloodied the Trump administration. But it carries dangers for those reporting it
Co-organizer Janaye Ingram explains what Wednesday's strike will entail, and how non-strikers can still participate
Her appointment as education secretary marks the crowning achievement of the Christian right's campaign to infiltrate America's secular institutions
How the House Republican plan to overhaul Obamacare went from repeal-and-replace to cap-and-strangle
Congressman is right that Americans have choices – but whether to buy a new phone or health insurance isn't one of them
New executive order differs in several key ways from the ill-fated original one – though it will still be contested in court
Trump's new order doesn't "eliminate the constitutional problems" with the original ban, says the ACLU's Lee Gelernt