The Missouri senator is in a neck-and-neck race to keep a crucial seat in Democratic hands, facing criticism from her opponent that she’s a Washington insider.
Justice Department lawyers have said a sitting president cannot be indicted. It’s time to test that proposition by bringing an indictment that can be reviewed by the Supreme Court.
Jane Doe may have been the first pregnant girl Brett Kavanaugh ruled against. But she won’t be the last.
Chinese officials haven’t given their blessing to showing the popular movie in China, and it may not resonate there anyway because of cultural differences.
The motives behind the abrupt move remain unclear, but one effect could be to spare President Trump from being deposed in a lawsuit related to the case.
We asked some of our favorite artists to tell us about the sounds they cherish. Listen to their choices.
Mr. Cohen, President Trump’s ex-lawyer, has remained isolated since his guilty plea. Some Democrats dismiss him as a Trump lackey, refusing to embrace him.
Ohio State’s thumping of Oregon State, losses for Texas and Michigan, and other tasty narratives on Week 1. Should Herman and Harbaugh be nervous?
The president said the administration did a “fantastic job” in responding to the 2017 storm in Puerto Rico. A new estimate of the death toll says otherwise.
The white officer, Roy D. Oliver II, shot the unarmed black teenager with a rifle as he and four others drove away from a house party.
President Trump never signed the non-disclosure deal with Stephanie Clifford. With that omission, her lawyer vowed last week to ask a judge to lift a stay and allow him to question Mr. Trump under oath.
The guilty plea by Michael Cohen, President Trump’s ex-lawyer, brought to light new revelations about the payoff — and the efforts to conceal it.
Trump has created a series of odd bedfellows.
For once we’re listening to a woman who refuses to wear either a scarlet letter or a superwoman’s cape.
The district attorney’s office is weighing whether the company’s false accounting regarding payment to silence an adult film star violates state law.
When two or more people join together to break the law, as Michael Cohen says he and the president did, the penalties can be harsh.
Coordinating with Michael Cohen, a tabloid giant turned its tip line into a trip wire for negative stories that could hurt the Trump campaign, prosecutors said.
The court filings indicate for the first time that others at President Trump’s company and campaign had involvement, either before or after payments were made to women.
The principled case for impeachment is clear. What’s missing is the courage.
Kevin Kwan, who left the country as a child, could face a fine or possible imprisonment for not fulfilling his national service obligations.