Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that any effort by a Democratic House majority to investigate Trump would be presidential harassment and warned Democrats not to harass Trump by holding him accountable.
Any campaign strategist will say that the last thing they want to do is feed their supporters' complacency with false claims of impending victory, but that is exactly what Trump is doing ahead of the midterms.
Trump responded to 350 newspapers publishing editorials denouncing his war on the press by having a total Twitter meltdown.
Sen. Joni Ernest had to lie to an Iowa crowd about getting millions of dollars in support from the NRA as the gun lobby is growing toxic in the heartland.
Trump's tariff on aluminum is projected to cost 20,000 Americans their jobs in beer-related industries and impose a beer tax each year.
Trump has flipped-flopped again and now told CBS News that he thinks that the Russians interfered in the 2016 election.
Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shaw wouldn't deny that Trump cut a deal with Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy to retire by allowing him to pick his replacement.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow is beating Fox News with the exact kind of viewers that Democrats need to get to the polls to be able to take back Congress in November.
It is not a coincidence that President Trump got a $500 million kickback from China, and his daughter got trademarks approved the same day that Trump dropped sanctions.
As Democratic resistance grows, Donald Trump is getting desperate and demanding that Democrats stop resisting him and support his policies.
Fox News is offering a full-throated defense of Trump putting children in cages, as the kids having it good.
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) told Republicans that they need to speak up more against Trump's lies, but the Arizona Senator again showed that his words are empty by offering no action.
The report confirms what we already knew about Trump: He is constantly obsessing over campaign-style politics instead of actually doing his job.
The diverse protesters said that what is about to happen to any American at the hands of Trump Republicans “should never happen to anyone.”
Trump thinks the right of the people to be secure and free of "unreasonable searches" shall not be violated unless they are people of color.
A lifetime’s commitment to solving problems in the real world qualifies Hillary Clinton for this job, and the country should put her to work.
In a state and country that knows the toll of gun violence too well, there is no room for invoking the use of firearms in our politics.
Democrats have to tie every national, state, and local Republican candidate to Donald Trump’s seeming extremism as typically Republican.
I do believe that constructive conversation on the morality of public policy can happen in a variety of forums from faith and civic groups to family dinners, even on social and mass media platforms. But these discussions can only happen if the people engaging in the conversation are committed to working toward the common good for all from the grounding of shared moral values.
By going to the heart of our deepest moral values, people of all faiths and those with no faith can come together and work for the common good of all in this nation and throughout the world.