With a combination of gerrymandering, voter-ID laws and dark money, Republicans have tipped the political scales in their favor. Will it be enough to keep Democrats from claiming victory in 2018?
How one journalist's chance interview led to a definitive account of the campaign's ties to Russia
For now at least, Jeff Sessions is tapping the breaks on his party's rush to try to toss Clinton in prison
Polls show Trump would win a repeat of last year's election – a year later, we are dumber, and more divided, than ever
The key dates, figures and events tying the 2016 Trump campaign to Russia
Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is facing indictment, according to a new report
Groups dedicated to electing more women to office are seeing "unprecedented" interest since November
Journalist discusses failures of the U.S. media and the Democratic Party and how to survive the Trump era
A bombshell 'New York Times' report shows Trump campaign figures were willing to accept assistance from the Russians
Rolling Stone has sought to cover presidents – and presidential hopefuls – with the same passion, personality and curiosity it brought to rock & roll
Position now held by Robert Mueller was designed to prevent open political interference with an investigation that goes to the top
Trump thinks Americans have to accept his bald-faced lies because he's the president
FBI director's sudden, unexpected removal by President Trump could backfire on the administration
President wrote in a letter that Comey was "not able to effectively lead the Bureau"
'Shattered,' a campaign tell-all fueled by anonymous sources, outlines a generational political disaster