I raised this question on Monday, and now have something of an answer: Who's going to see Tom Steyer's impeachment ads in Times Square?
7:57 a.m.: White House staffer tells press pool it will be a "low-key" day.
8:06: White House demands correction. Trump has a "full schedule" of meetings and calls.
9:26: Trump arrives at a golf club.
The fight with LaVar Ball is a perfect encapsulation of how Trump views unity: as personal fealty to him.
This guy is perhaps the stupidest person ever interviewed by a media outlet.
Traveling this week? I made a little game to keep you entertained en route.
In case you thought the sexual misconduct allegations were done for the day.
Cook Political shows a big advantage for Democrats in House races. History shows that it might grow.
Updated my graphic of where Trump's campaign team had contact with Russian actors.
Trump touts an economic prediction that was not exactly meant as a thing to celebrate.
Apparently Gianforte's team tried to spin the police the way it tried to spin Montana voters.
Since 1997, Congress has reached 264 settlements or awards, costing $17.2 million. Not all, though, were for sexual harassment.
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine made a grievous factual error in a tweet last night that we needed to correct.
Here's what Trump has said about assault allegations against:
- Bill Clinton (2016 version)
- Bill Clinton (1998 version)
The White House is all "these tax bills help the middle class" and the nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation is all "hmm well."
Guy who left numerous things off of his security clearance forms leaves numerous things out of subpoena response to Senate.
I asked an expert on handwriting to evaluate Roy Moore's claims that the yearbook inscription may have been tampered with.
Mnuchin asked his wife to join him in holding that sheet of bills.
The accusations against Franken come at a particularly tricky time for him and his party.
A new accusation of sexual misconduct, this time against Al Franken.
Took the various allegations against Roy Moore and plotted them out visually.
"Richardson says Moore â€" now a candidate for U.S. Senate â€" asked her where she went to school, and then for her phone number."
Two new polls show that America is not at all excited about the tax reform proposal.
It's a boom time for conspiracy-theory illustrations, thanks to what one expert described as the "conspiracy-theorist-in-chief."
Louie Gohmert's bonkers flowchart tied Rosenstein to Russia ... through a 2015 prosecution of a Russian official.