Trump says that immigrant minors who came to the U.S. are "not so innocent" because some members of MS-13 killed people (though apparently not recently in Suffolk County).
A little riff on how hard it is to get people to care about midterms and how Trump didn't make the GOP's job any easier last night.
If Stacey Abrams is elected governor of Georgia, there will have been one year in one state of 9,015 possible opportunities in which there has been a black woman leading a state.
How coincidental that "Spygate" was discovered just as the Mueller probe was turning its attention to Trump!
Given the increase in gas prices since Trump took office, a lower-income American's tax cut is wiped out by filling up his car nine times.
How Trump manages his cell phone security is one thing. How Hannity manages his is another.
The focus on the informant who spoke with Trump campaign advisers obscures how much the FBI had already been looking at.
The RNC's spending on legal consulting through March was more than twice what the DNC spent through March 2010 and March 2014 -- combined.
The slippery slope of the White House embracing references to MS-13 as "animals."
Trump's political desire for success and popularity has undercut his promised dealmaking expertise -- as shown in North Korea.
A brief overview of all the things that people want to make great again.
A looming problem: In 1900 there were more than 10 people aged 18 and under for everyone 65 and older. In 2016 there was 1.6. In 2042 there will be less than one.
The number of people killed in school shootings in 2018 is nearly double the number of servicemember casualties.
The president has once again spotted a massive political scandal in which he is the victim.
There's one blurry, important question that remained unanswered about the lead-up to the Trump Tower meeting. I tried to answer it.
Rep. Mo Brooks blames sea level rise on erosion. So I calculated how much erosion it would take to see the rise that the world is experiencing.
Now that we've all fought over the context for Trump's "animals" comment, let's consider it within the intended context.
Rudy Giuliani tries to exonerate Trump of collusion by saying that if collusion happened, Trump's campaign would have used Russia's help. Uh, they did.
Talked to a former FBI section chief about whether or not Trump's surveillance claims are warranted. (Not to mention the Watergate comparisons.)
You know the skating rink in Central Park that Trump likes to talk about? Last year he made over $9 million from it.
Just because Trump included the repayment to Cohen in his new filing doesn't mean he (or Cohen) is in the clear.
Manafort's notes from the Trump Tower meeting seem cryptic and incriminating. They are the latter, but not in the way you might think.
Did a timeline of the Trump Tower meeting which illustrates how much disbelief must be suspended to think that only Trump Jr. knew what the focus of it was supposed to be.
Why not start your day with an explainer of the bafflingly complex story of a basketball league, a hip-hop star, a Persian Gulf nation, a Playboy playmate and, of course, the Russia investigation?
It seems clear: The administration wants to combat a surge in families trying to cross the border illegally by leveraging the threat of taking kids away from parents.
Trump spoke at a memorial for law enforcement officers today. Here are the numbers behind his rhetoric.
Trump cites rising poll numbers to show that America likes what he's doing, but ignores that a majority of Americans don't.
What can happen when one company owns all of the local television stations in a city.
Trump's 2020 campaign manager told Axios he wants to win Minnesota and Colorado. Let's assess!