The Senate is getting ready to vote on revamping a sixth of the economy without analysis of the effects of the bill.
Searches for "rocket man" spiked -- but people aren't streaming the song any more than usual.
The key issue from CNN's report about Manafort being under surveillance: When he wasn't.
White House: Refugees cost more than they pay in taxes.
HHS: Well, actually, they don't.
White House: Shh.
This suggests that the collusion question was spurred at least in part on Manafort's contacts with Russians.
I made a Wikipedia that takes Jeopardy's clues and displays them like actual answers to the contestants' questions.
Busy day: Trump honors the UN (by mentioning his nearby property), the Air Force (with a speech he gave) and the CIA (same).
The more an Alabama county liked Trump last November, the less they like his candidate for Senate.
How former Trump insiders have fared since quitting or being ousted.
Using old property tax photos to create a 1980s version of Google Street View for New York.
The morning's events gave me a chance to write about something I'd been meaning to hit for a while: The US is not Europe.
The day's big revelations about money-making and influence-peddling at Mar-a-Lago are, in part, about how little we still know.
Trump tried to blame ESPN's long fade in subscribers in part on the week's controversy.
CREW sued to get visitor logs for Mar-a-Lago. The government gave them 22 names from the Japanese PM's visit.
I'm old enough to remember when Trump said he insists on waiting for facts before commenting.
Trump, when tweeting: Irma is a terrifying monster!
Trump, when asked about climate change: Eh, I've seen worse.
Figured out 2016 results by ZIP and cross-referenced it with fundraising. And lo:
On Twitter, Trump wonders who could oppose DACA. Well, 40 percent of his primary supporters.
Just the White House press secretary offering recommended punishments for two people who oppose Trump politically.
Why do many independents mostly vote on party lines? Perhaps largely because they hate the opposition.
When Bill Clinton was president, most Democrats were moderates. When Hillary Clinton ran last year, they weren't.
Requiring background checks for voters would cost at least $400 million and probably 1,800 person-years of labor.
Clinton says the media won't own up to helping elect Trump. A look at the evidence she cites.