In a blistering critique published by The Atlantic, Mrs. Clinton accused President Trump of ignoring the law, dividing the country and serving himself above all.
While Hillary Clinton lost the state to Donald Trump, female Democratic candidates in Michigan are trying to create a new playbook, one union voter at a time.
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.
Experts say most campaign finance law violations are clerical. Here’s a look at some recent, high-profile political scandals that have had a campaign finance twist.
Framing the midterms as Election Day draws closer.
If you know beforehand how justices will vote based on which president appointed them, then what’s the point of having a court that, in theory, operates above politics?
In recent days, China’s English-language state media outlets have grown more strident in their mockery of the president and his policies.
Jennifer Hudson sang a stirring “Amazing Grace,” Bill Clinton called himself a “groupie” and Stevie Wonder gave a speech about love.
Trump’s defenders are reading from the Clinton playbook.
The constitutional convention in 1787 focused on corrupt conduct used to gain the presidency in drafting the impeachment clause.
A newly released memo shows that Mr. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court pick, took a relentlessly tough stance as a young lawyer investigating Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky.
The divergent geography of 2018 means we will really have two midterm elections, and one favors Republicans.