No big deal, just Trump (who has no idea what treason is) acknowledging that it's a capital offense and naming people he thinks committed it.
Trump's been to 25 of 30 red states and 11 of 20 blue ones. But he's been to two blue states incessantly -- ones where he has a golf course.
Democratic women and older Democrats are much more likely to prioritize beating Trump over candidate positions. Both groups also disproportionately back Biden.
Very interesting new data from Pew shows that while a black or Hispanic Dem nominee would spur some voter enthusiasm, a white man would disproportionately dampen it.
Guess what? Looking at bills enacted and votes taken in the House, it turns out that Democrats actually can both investigate and legislate.
The media is talking about impeachment a lot more post-Mueller report. But Americans aren't searching Google for the term any more heavily.
At the White House today, Trump proclaimed that he didn't do coverups. 100 percent correct, except for all of these and probably some others.
Trump's team seems to be convinced that the economy will offer a glide path to reelection. New poll numbers undercut that confidence.
The Michael Cohen search warrants released today suggest a direct link to Russian businessman Viktor Vekselberg after the election.
Trump's never been above 46 percent in poll averages, pre- or post-election -- a function of a sharp partisan divide that he intentionally fosters.
The Star's Daniel Dale points out that Trump has a go-to story about the strength of the economy: An NYPD cop whose 401(k) keeps doing better and better. So how does he compare to the markets?
Bill de Blasio's net favorability is actually lower than President Trump's. Why? Because at least members of Trump's party like him.
I took the 500-plus business entities listed in Trump's financial disclosure and indexed how they all intertwine.
Walked through Cohen's public testimony, the just-released closed-door comments from earlier this year and the Mueller report to detail what he's said about the Sekulow accusation.
A look at the "white working class" and how it compares, by county, with nonwhite Americans.
In addition to $8.5 billion given to aid farmers affected by his trade war, Trump on Sunday suggested that farms not have to verify worker immigrant status.
Trump dropped a tweet on Sunday afternoon that's worth lifting up.
Some very good news for people interested in buying the China-made Trumpy Bear, the bear with Trump hair and an American flag: Even if the tariffs are expanded to cover such items, the company would likely just eat the increase.
Trump said today that the surge in family units at the border is a function of child smuggling. At the end of last year, DHS said that only a quarter of a percent of those groups were even suspect.
Why the weird form about social-media bias on the White House website? It's about the fight.
Tallied the support by party and gender for anti-abortion bills in Georgia, Missouri and Alabama. Votes from male legislators were more than seven times the number of votes from women.
What's happening in Alabama was fostered by Trump's position on abortion -- which itself is a function of his at-times-stumbling efforts to woo religious voters in 2016.
Maybe there is still a counterintelligence investigation into Trump. Maybe there isn't. Maybe it got buried. The last time congressional leaders were briefed on it, James Comey still led the FBI.
Biden is by far the most experienced candidate to seek the presidency in the past 20 years -- but it's not clear that's necessarily a good thing politically.
Farmers have gotten $8.5 billion in support due to trade-war losses. Who covered that bill? American consumers, who paid an estimated $18 billion from November through April on increased tariffs.
Maybe Biden's claiming that the GOP will work with Democrats post-Trump as a way to appeal to Dem voters. Or maybe he forgot everything that happened when he was vice president.
We're nearing primary debate season. So it's worth asking: Did the debates make any difference in 2016?
For Trump detractors, there's an allure to the House using its authority to arrest administration officials. But is the power of "inherent contempt" really viable?
In 2016, no Senate candidate won in a state where the presidential contest had gone to the other party. In 2018, seven did -- all to the Democrats.
Obviously I evaluated the records of teams that visited Trump at the White House.