The largest impasse in a must-pass spending package is funding for President Trump’s wall, but lawmakers are looking at rolling in an array of other legislation.
Frank M. Gilliam Jr. pledged to be the mayor who helped usher the city into a “new era.” Then came a visit from the F.B.I. and the familiar accusations of corruption.
Alan Wolfe’s “The Politics of Petulance” and Lawrence Lessig’s “America, Compromised” offer differing diagnoses of the condition of the country.
And unpacking the Russia investigation with Lawfare’s Susan Hennessey
Len Blavatnik made billions as a Kremlin insider. Now he’s writing huge checks to the university.
The two governments issued subpoenas in their case claiming President Trump has conflicts of interest that violate the Constitution’s emoluments clauses.
“We both naturally despise the Chinese Communist Party,” the fugitive, Guo Wengui said, explaining his partnership with the former Trump strategist Stephen K. Bannon.
The action comes during a year of teacher protests, which until now had been at district schools in conservative or swing states.
With President Trump’s apparent blessing, lawmakers are considering a one- or two-week spending bill to set aside negotiations until after former President George Bush’s funeral.
For the third time this year, the prime minister is accused of corruption. But this time, his governing coalition is already teetering.
A grifter president has inspired an elite housecleaning.
City Hall was to have released all emails between Mayor Bill de Blasio and a disgraced donor, but new ones emerged during a federal trial this week.
I negotiated that deal, and G.M.’s problems go much deeper than one round of layoffs.
In a region where the president vowed that manufacturing jobs were coming back, the idling of a Chevrolet plant and its 1,600 workers is a major blow.
The president is the living embodiment of a spiraling crisis of American corruption, but the problem is far bigger than just him.
The automaker said the moves would affect five factories in the United States and Canada. President Trump said he was unhappy with the move.
Lawmakers return this week to a host of pressing major issues, including a farm bill and a potential government shutdown, and a narrow window to act.
With thousands marching in the capital, demonstrations have turned into a referendum on the administration of President Jovenel Moïse.
Andrej Babis, a bombastic populist, survived a no-confidence vote after his eldest son claimed to have been abducted to silence his testimony in a fraud case.
For voters, bribery, fraud and embezzlement are still bad, but increasingly tolerable — as long as their candidate can either stick it to Trump or “own the libs.”