Seeing Trump's tax returns is more important now than it ever has been. More states should follow the example of Rhode Island.
As was the case with Hurricane Katrina in 2005, voters should remember the cruelty shown by this president and act accordingly act the ballot box.
The only crisis at the southern border is the one created by Donald Trump himself, not families escaping violence from their home countries.
Melania Trump's jacket wasn't an accident. It was a bumper sticker for her husband's cruel and inhumane immigration policy.
The Trump administration is using the military budget – the same one we use to bomb terrorists and wage wars – to go after these families.
On Wednesday in Duluth, Trump supporters again proved that they would happily follow this president off a cliff if he asked them.
History will not look back kindly on Trump, and the administration's push to separate kids from their parents at the border will only cement that fact.
In November, anybody who stands with this administration as they indefinitely hold these families in detention centers should be sent packing.
Not only is Trump cementing himself as a morally bankrupt president who lacks even the most rudimentary sense of compassion, but he is bringing the entire Republican Party down with him.
GOP members of Congress have finally found in an issue on which they're willing to confront Donald Trump.
The secretary has a choice. She could use her authority as head of the DHS to end this practice today – but she refuses to.
Donald Trump is golfing while children and their parents are suffering under his administration new border policy.
This is not a Democratic Party policy. It's not necessarily even a Republican policy. It's a cruel Trump administration policy announced last month by Attorney General Jeff Sessions
It's Saturday in America, which means Donald Trump is whining on Twitter about how he and his supporters don't get the respect they deserve.
The only reason Trump stuck to the originally planned summit schedule is that he knew he would get wall-to-wall media coverage.
The president's former economic adviser Gary Cohn said that waging a trade war could start a chain reaction that ends in an economic crash.
Trump's Twitter silence tells us all we need to know about what the president thinks of the newly released IG report.
No true person of faith would see the images coming from the southern border and think it's okay.
If the GOP wants their party to survive, it's time for them to stop protecting a dangerous president just because he has the same letter next to his name.
The possibility of Michael Cohen getting desperate and flipping on Trump should scare the hell out of the White House.