It turns out that Trump didn't veto the omnibus after all! So I wrote something.
Trump keeps talking about how strong our nuclear capabilities need to be. In his first year, our stockpile shrank to its smallest size since early 1956.
Why Bolton? One theory is that Trump's been warned against things before and nothing bad has happened. And since "bad" for him often means "bad polls" -- we need to talk about partisanship.
One thing worth remembering about the turnover at the White House: It means that Trump's "team" has much less of a chance to actually work as a team given how often people move in and out.
Most worried about stock prices? The wealthy.
About the deficit? The poor.
Not great news for either recently.
A majority of *Republicans* oppose Trump's death-for-dealers plan -- and a majority also think it won't work.
There are a lot of ways in which Trump's campaign benefitted from Facebook. Cambridge Analytica is probably the least important one.
Talked to a boxing coach and an MMA trainer about who'd win a Trump-Biden brawl. Both picked Biden.
It's safe to assume that most members of Congress know no more about Facebook and the internet than the public at large.
PACs have paid Trump properties nearly $1.5 million since Jan. 1, 2017, with payments recorded on nearly 1-in-3 days since then.
Trump seems to think he's an asset on the campaign trail for Republicans. A new poll suggests that might not entirely be the case.
You may not have been paying close attention to the primary in an Illinois House district, but the results tell us a lot about this moment in Democratic politics.
Bannon and Cambridge fostered the idea that they were masters of murky political persuasion. That's not helping them much now.
New Pew data shows a wide gap in favor of Democrats among the college educated and millennials. But there's an asterisk in that latter group.
The latest Cambridge Analytica expose offers more questions than answers -- but they're significant questions.
Fifteen years ago today, the war in Iraq began, kicking off a conflict that would leave hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians dead.
Let's assess Rep. Gaetz's argument for an FBI-Clinton email-Clinton Foundation special counsel, shall we?
The new Cambridge Analytica recordings don't implicate the Trump campaign, but it does serve as a reminder that constant churn bears its own risks.
I looked at the departures from the White House and I'm pretty confident that Trump's never actually fired anyone himself.
Guess what cable news network covered Stormy Daniels far less than the other ones?
Trying to figure out this Cambridge Analytica-Trump-Facebook story? I did a FAQ.
Again with the attitude that administration officials serve Trump vs. serving the country.
Let's talk about this argument that the McCabe firing necessitates ending Mueller's investigation.
An interview at Vox made me want to answer an interesting question: Did rural nonwhite voters in 2016 vote more like rural voters or more like nonwhite voters?
Trump's advocacy of the death penalty would have been perfect for his favorite political moment: the late 1980s.