MARK BROWN: Readers spout off on column about calls for President Donald Trump’s impeachment.
Democrats followed a basic damage control rule when dealing with bad news: Get it out quickly. And if you did something wrong, admit it.
Not being able to deduct state income taxes would be a blow to many in the state. The U.S. House approved a tax overhaul bill along party lines.
Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore says Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is trying “to steal this election” by calling for him to step down.
The Pentagon says it accidentally retweeted a tweet that urged President Donald Trump to resign.
It puts GOP leaders closer to delivering to President Donald Trump a crucial legislative achievement after nearly a year of failures.
Minnesota Sen. Al Franken apologized Thursday after a Los Angeles radio anchor accused him of forcibly kissing her during a 2006 USO tour.
Making a show of trying to impeach Trump at this point accomplishes nothing beyond making some partisan Democrats feel better.
The president’s man for a lifetime position on the federal bench failed to disclose he’s married to the White House counsel’s chief of staff.
Millions are expected to forgo coverage if Congress repeals the requirement that Americans get health insurance, boosting premiums for others.
Opening Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas drilling is a longtime Republican priority that most Democrats fiercely oppose.
The Trump Administration is lumping the State of Illinois in with 28 other jurisdictions it suspects of adopting so-called “sanctuary city” policies.
With Alabama Republicans reluctant to block Moore and enrage his legions of loyal conservative supporters, national GOP leaders were turning to Trump.
The Dems accuse Trump of obstruction of justice and other offenses, in a long-shot effort that stands little chance in the Republican-led House.