This is partly about the Democrats' iffy legal complaint against the Trump campaign and the Russians and more broadly about my theory of how the human mind is bad at handling scale.
Trump keeps accusing Comey of leaking classified information. The Comey memos suggest that's not the case.
I walked through each Comey memo, outlining what it says and what we've now learned.
Nearly a third of new senators have been closer in age to the tiny baby that was there today than to the oldest senators ever to join the chamber.
Despite being president, Trump's managed to get to Mar-a-Lago on nearly a quarter of the days its been open since January 2017.
In 15 Democratic-leaning House districts, Republican candidates have more cash on average than Democrats.
Democrats have more on average than Republicans in 31 Republican-leaning districts.
This months-long back-and-forth between congressional Republicans and Rod Rosenstein may be the rationale used to remove him from his position.
How popular is Trump in California? He's basically as popular as Congress.
Comey says he's no longer a Republican -- and that lots of Republicans have joined him. Is that true?
Trump bad-mouthed Post polls to praise Rasmussen. That will not stand.
I made a quiz: Who was Hannity talking about in these quotes last week, Clinton or Cohen?
It's tax day, so it's worth remembering that despite how important it would be to know Trump's income stream, we're never going to see his returns.
More than half of Republicans think the FBI is biased against Trump.
Since there's been some question (and since Hannity tried to downplay it): Yes, Hannity was a client of Cohen's.
Why does Cohen need special treatment? Because *someone* has been arguing that the government is biased.
Did my best to walk through what happened in the Cohen case on Friday and what to expect from it today. (I'll be there, assuming Manhattan isn't flooded.)
It's never not a good time for a reminder about the ways in which Trump misuses polls.
Who's Comey trying to convince with this media push? Nearly 4-in-10 Americans have no opinion of him.
Syria is the news of the day, but here's why a development in the Czech Republic might be important.
Our story on Cohen's efforts to take review of the seized evidence out of the Department of Justice's hands.
I walked through that video of all those people on Fox telling Trump to do things and assessed how often he actually listened.
Just in case there are further Trump-related hush agreements, here's a handy guide to figuring out whether or not they violated campaign finance regulations.
Would Trump have a 'red line' on Mueller if reporters had never asked him about it?