For those who predicted that Trump's supporters would like the Stormy Daniels tweet, guess what.
Trump assures America that his handling of the Khashoggi killing is not related to business ties specifically located within the boundaries of Saudi Arabia.
Today Pew reported that 6-in-10 Republicans see the deficit as a very big problem in the U.S. Today we also learned that the 2018 federal deficit was the fifth-highest on record.
The Post has a new poll out which has some interesting data on voter enthusiasm and support for the midterms.
Trump: Roy Moore denies it, so
Also Trump: Prove your ancestry!
Also Trump: The Saudis deny they did it, so
Also Trump: Show your transcripts!
Also Trump: The Russians deny it, so
The '60 Minutes' interview with Trump was what an interview of Trump should look like, which is why 'Fox and Friends' had an aneurysm.
Presidential approval ratings vs. unemployment rates; or, why Trump is unpopular despite the strong economy.
By my tally, 30 percent of the House seats currently or most recently held by white men are rated as less-than-safe by Cook Political Report.
Kris Kobach emailed Wilbur Ross to advocate for a census question about citizenship in order to boost the Republicans' House apportionment.
People seem to have a difficult time not equating "78% odds" with "this is going to happen," so I made an interactive game for them.
The state of play in the House doesn't look like the one in the Senate.
Brian Kemp doesn't need to put his thumb on the scales to affect Georgia's voter registration numbers. The system is built with a big thumb already in place.
Yesterday at 8 p.m., Politico reports that Fox is shutting off the tap on airing Trump's rallies live. A bit after 9, Fox News sends out a press release: Trump was doing a live interview later that evening.
If you tell a pollster you don't have an opinion of Trump, that means you like Trump, according to Trump.
Six out of 10 days over the last four months, Trump's either visited a Trump property or held a campaign rally.
Trump as his rallies: The election is about crime and immigration and Democrats leading America to poverty!
Trump in USA Today: OK, fine, it's about health care.
Those protests in DC that have Trump claiming the left is out of control must be something historically dangerous, no? So you should be able to easily distinguish between them and the Tea Party protests of 2009 and 2010.
Republicans claim that the Kavanaugh fight energized voters. A new poll shows that the most enthusiastic voters are also the least pro-Kavanaugh.
The nebulous Haley-Trump "the U.S. is respected again" argument, by the numbers.
At an event celebrating a new justice on the highest court in the land, Trump articulated one of the tenets of his personal legal philosophy.
One thing I've found over time is that people have an incomplete picture of what climate change is likely to do. So I talked to an expert and outlined it.
I tried to resist the obvious joke as long as I could but by the kicker I could resist no longer.
Google provided me with data showing the most-searched political subjects by state over the last six weeks.
Interest in the Supreme Court surged -- but still pales next to health care.
The full history of Supreme Court confirmation votes for every sitting senator.
Susan Collins and Lindsey Graham have always voted yes.
Since his nomination, net support for Kavanaugh has sunk, but not among Republicans. He's the most polarizing nominee since at least the Reagan administration.
Trump, who paid people to attend his campaign launch, dismisses Kavanaugh opponents as paid protestors.
Did my best to tally the signatories to the various mass letters supporting and (mostly) opposing Kavanaugh.
Made an interactive: How many votes do you think Kavanaugh will get?