A coalition of conservative political organizations is asking the Supreme Court to weaponize the First Amendment in the service of dark money.
The chief justice's year-end report dwells heavily on the preservation of our civic life, without noting his hand in its undoing.
If all our political disputes are destined to be settled by unelected judges, do the people even have a place in our democracy?
The president and his defenders are ignoring the inspector general's findings and substituting their own.
Trump's allies are trying to reset the standard for "election meddling" so low that it would be hard not to meddle in an election.
The complexity of investigating Trump, lampooned in a legendary piece of satire, has been rendered moot (and it's not even Sunday).
Republicans who worried that the EU ambassador was going to flip were treated to a gymnastics routine.
With no coherent strategy beyond bare survival, the president's allies wildly pivot between defenses as the day slips away.
The president sends a message to his lawbreaking loyalists: Maintain silence and you'll earn your "get out of jail free" card.