This week, the Senate is in recess, but next week, it is expected to confirm at least two additional district court judges.
What needs changing is the behavior of the president, who lacks the power to control his own urges.
We don’t need Twitter to join in the fact-checking game. Silicon Valley doesn’t have the resources, knowledge, or people to do it correctly.
It is unclear if the companies involved in work at Iran's nuclear sites would cease their involvement in response to the imposition of U.S. sanctions.
The faster our economy recovers, the better Trump should do—but Trump's numbers have been steadier than the economic ones.
"We saw what they attempted to do, and failed, in 2016. We can’t let a more sophisticated version of that happen again," Trump said.
At this rate, it looks like we’ll have to post running updates.
The public, when acting as an electoral jury, cannot judge the legal implications of controversial behavior without legal context and evaluation of evidence.
If the Constitution bars the governors' policies, their gulling President Trump in a phone call isn't going to insulate them from judicial review.
The house speaker herself seems to think she was taking a shot at Trump.