One defiant memo is now at the center of a Supreme Court case addressing deportation protections for nearly 700,000 “Dreamers.”
“My daughter has to eat,” one mother said. “And if it’s choosing between that or paying a doctor bill, I’m going to choose her.”
American aid has the power to tip the scales in a broader battle between authoritarianism and democracy.
How a loyal Trump donor ended up at the center of the impeachment investigation — and why Republicans now accuse him of betrayal.
Aimee Stephens was fired for disclosing her gender identity to her boss. This year, the Supreme Court may make a surprising ruling in her favor.
Kentucky’s unpopular Republican governor was facing a losing battle. So he turned to President Trump, and a polarized political landscape, for help.
A new poll from The New York Times reveals which Democratic candidates may have a competitive edge against President Trump in battleground states.
At the state’s biggest political event of the year, candidates fought for frontrunner status before the first votes of the nomination race.
At first, Don McGahn tried to limit White House cooperation with the special counsel investigation. He became one of its key cooperators.
We dig into the highly anticipated findings of the special counsel’s two-year investigation.
As homeland security secretary, she enacted and publicly defended the family separation policy. In President Trump’s eyes, she didn’t go far enough.
He was given a list of six people, each with the code name of a flower. One day, he got a text message: “The rose has to be picked today.”
The attorney general turned a report of nearly 400 pages into a four-page summary. Members of the special counsel’s team say something was lost.
The latest scuffle over health care shows a sea change in the Republican stance heading into the 2020 elections.
In a last-ditch effort to fulfill her promise of delivering Brexit, Britain’s prime minister dangled a final sacrifice.