Ice shelf breaking free is a big deal, but not in the way you might think
Emails reveal the president's son is a chip off the old block
Rep. Andy Harris is known for blocking D.C. from rolling out recreational weed – so why is he sponsoring a bill to make it easier to study pot?
Criminal defense lawyer explains how Trump Jr. "just laid out hard evidence of, potentially, multiple criminal acts"
Will the latest Trump campaign revelations change anything in bitterly divided Washington?
Why Donald Trump Jr. was comfortable seemingly admitting to a federal crime on Twitter
A bombshell 'New York Times' report shows Trump campaign figures were willing to accept assistance from the Russians
It's becoming even harder for anyone who cares about the integrity of elections to believe Republicans are acting in good faith
With Trump in office, world leaders are concerned that the United States might take unilateral military action now
Nuclear weapons are about to be made illegal worldwide, but good luck hearing about it at home
On Donald Trump's first July 4th as president, the rest of us need to decide how to love America
Let's hope we all remember the moral arguments about health care once the Trump administration ends
Travel ban targets travelers from six Muslim-majority countries, imposes travel restrictions on visa travel and a temporary suspension of the admission of refugees into the United States
MSNBC hosts blast president's "nasty tweets" in op-ed piece, writing that "face-lift" insult showcases his "continued mistreatment of women"
Ugly tweets about MSNBC host – provoking condemnation from both parties – mark a return to the misogyny of his campaign
The Reverse Mass Incarceration Act aims to decrease prison populations without raising crime rates. But it's got a roadblock: the Attorney General
Last year, Trump turned his opponents into cartoon characters. This year, it's us
By cutting Medicaid, the new health care bill will exacerbate the crisis – and Republican plans to add more aid won't do nearly enough
New CBO report details how the Senate version of the Obamacare "repeal and replace" bill would harm tens of millions
If "pro-life" were anything but a slogan meant to restrict women's rights, GOP senators would not be supporting this legislation