That a decision amounts to political payback does not necessarily make it wrong, but its in-your-face pettiness undermines its justification.
The prosecution wants the jury to focus on Manafort’s document trail.
Siraj Wahhaj lost his grandson to the mayhem of a squalid compound run by fundamentalist Muslims.
Perjury traps are real and in common use by prosecutors, and President Trump is right to avoid them.
The Clinton playbook works. But that does not commend it.
A salacious Clinton-campaign product was the driving force behind the Trump-Russia investigation.