The Times has a detailed look at the ambush in Niger that killed four American soldiers last year.
The new indictment doesn't prove that Russia didn't affect the election outcome or that there was no collusion, for different reasons.
Here you go: A hopefully comprehensive and unquestionably exhaustive timeline of Russia's meddling revealed in the new Mueller indictment.
Trump can't believe how Democrats abandoned the people whose protections he stripped away.
Since the legal age to buy rifles is 18 in much of the country and since 20 percent of 18 and 19 year olds are in high school, I estimate that 1.6 million high school kids could legally buy AR-15s.
I dug up the NRA's most-recent ratings on every member of the Senate.
Wondering why Congress doesn't take action on guns? It's not because the NRA is making campaign contributions.
To help guide the debate, I made an interactive letting you figure out when it's OK to talk politics after a mass shooting.
There haven't been 18 school shootings this year, really. But there have been hundreds killed at schools since 2000.
Spoke with a guy who'd spent decades doing the sort of clearances that are now at the center of questions about the White House's handling of Rob Porter.
There's one deadly national epidemic for which Trump could immediately call for action: The flu. He hasn't.
Trump sought election less to leverage the institutional power of the government than to bolster another institution: The Trump family and brand.
I talked to a lawyer about the legality of the Stormy Daniels payment. There's still a lot we don't know, but he clarified where the boundaries are.
Number of pressers in the general election: 1
As president-elect: 1
As president: 1
The one-year anniversary of that last one approaches.
The White House's arguments on Rob Porter were doubly knee-capped this morning.
A recent poll showed that most Americans don't think Russia will meddle in 2018. Perhaps they don't know what that meddling looked like two years ago.
Sarah Sanders' defense of the White House's handling of classified material was only bad in five major ways.
New evidence that the number of self-identified Republicans is dropping -- but that it may not mean as much for his approval as you might think.
I'd been meaning to write this for a while and Charlie Warzel's good piece finally inspired me to: The tools that could be used for the fake news of the future.
Kellyanne Conway's defense of Trump's standing with Rob Porter against abuse accusations? Women should remember job growth.
"The N.S.A. even used its official Twitter account nearly a dozen times to send coded messages to the Russian."
Someone just stepped out of Trump's Mueller-Saturday-night-massacre chain. Here's who's left.
On Friday morning, the White House sent around a round-up of negative stories about immigrants, linking those here legally and illegally to criminal behavior.
For considering Kelly's claims about acting quickly on Porter: What happened when -- and who knew about it.
Kelly told staff this morning that he acted on Porter within 40 minutes of hearing the allegations.
So that story about how Trump doesn't read his daily briefings? I crunched some numbers.
If Democrats pick all the lowest-hanging fruit in the House, they can win a majority.