Trump's tweets this morning should not obscure his rhetoric from last night.
On the 69th anniversary of Truman desegregating the military, Trump resurrects the arguments against it to target transgender soldiers.
Amazed that a tech guy would go on usenet to complain about the technical detail of an action movie.
Mr. Trump has discussed the country's mineral deposits with President Ashraf Ghani, who promoted mining as an economic opportunity in one of their first conversations. Mr. Trump, who is deeply skeptical about sending more American troops to Afghanistan, has suggested that this could be one justification for the United States to stay engaged in the country.
The ideological line on the motion-to-proceed vote was between Capito and Murkowski.
Whatever the Senate ends up voting on, the core trade-off has been clear from day one.
People missed a key part of the hot-mic: Reed apparently calls Trump "crazy" and Collins saying she's "worried."
A round-up of four rumored high-profile firings or resignations in the administration.
Everything you need to know about the excessive-even-for-Trump presidential tweets this morning.
Trump's "nightmare" rhetoric on Obamacare would have resonated a lot more three years ago.
Republican women view online harassment more like Democratic women than Republican men.
Trump thinks the media should be the Trump Org marketing department. It's actually Yelp.
In every state but three, Trump got a higher percentage of the vote than now approves of his job performance.
Trump calls in a favor from senators who mostly got more votes than him last year.
Trump uses a lot of shorthand references in his tweets. So I made a glossary.
Trump is good at sports and therefore presidenting, says the Mooch. But: Is he good at sports?
Comey, Yates, Dubke, Spicer, Flynn, Bharara, Corallo -- and that's just the firings and resignations.
Trump has been the least popular elected president over his first six months in history.
Compiled interviews on pardoning and firing Mueller into a FAQ on all the questions of the moment.
Looked at 19 interviews. Trump can generally get about 35 percent of the way in before mentioning Clinton.
Trump is just casually asking around about his pardon powers, no big.
"The whole [Trump] family would shake hands with the devil for $10 and an hour of TV time."
I went over pool reports and figured out where Trump has been for every minute of his presidency. (Literally.)