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Republican Solidarity Will Protect Trump From Impeachment
History shows that impeachment efforts tend to tighten the bonds between president and party. With Trump’s party controlling the Senate, that’s big.
Politics Chat: Is Trump the Worst President of All Time?
Five members of
’s politics team try to figure what Trump has to do to take the (figurative) crown.
America Coming to Grips With an Incorrigible Trump
Donald Trump didn’t just say something outrageous. He contradicted his own correction of an earlier outrageous statement. This is new and disturbing.
Al Franken Warns About Potential Perils of President Pence
He opined that the “zealot” Pence might be worse on domestic policy than Trump. It’s a sign the idea of impeachment is becoming real.
Merrick Garland Officially Becomes Victim of Do-Nothing Senate
It’s been 150 years since a SCOTUS nominee who did not withdraw was denied any action by the Senate. It’s a sign of the times.
Slideshow: The Twenty Most Stylish People From Day Four of Fashion Week
These showgoers rocked it, rain be damned.