Donald Trump ran for office as a man of the people, but his rich-and-famous lifestyle is costing Americans a bundle.
Either he’s clueless, or he thinks everyone else is.
The brilliant judicial mind served up plenty of folksy flattery and not much else.
At intelligence hearing, GOP follows Trump’s tactics of distraction and misdirection.
Luckily so far, Trump’s potential for ruin has been outweighed by his Elmer Fudd-like incompetence.
They’re giddy over the president’s new thing for Old Hickory.
Despite Republican rhetoric, the Affordable Care Act isn’t collapsing of its own accord.
His Justice Department went to court to fight those still going after his Democratic opponent.
The world would be a safer place if he stuck to fictional drama to prevent him from creating real crises.
In the House, they took up their legislation defunding Planned Parenthood.
‘Horse excrement,’ said one representative.
The White House defense isn’t that what Trump said was true. The defense is that “I think he firmly believes” it.
A handy, totally uncontradictory guide to the president’s Moscow links.
Civil liberties groups report an uptick in harassment by border officials.
Was that Congress he addressed, or was it the state Duma?
If the president, set to address Congress on Tuesday, had his way, the media wouldn’t be able to use anonymous sources — or perhaps any sources.
Kellyanne Conway is right: CPAC has become TPAC.
In his belated and perfunctory response to anti-Semitism, the president used the same hollow formula he has used to condemn a long list of ills....
The Post newsroom is filled with people of all backgrounds, from the military to delivering pizzas.
“Leaks say we will be overwhelmed at Little Bighorn.”
Michael Flynn may have been doing exactly what his boss wanted.
Republican Rep. Peter Roskam of Illinois has a safe seat in Congress. So what's he running from?First, supporters of the Affordable Care Act showed...
Protesters are back, this time in favor of Obamacare.
Sid the Science Kid is in big trouble.
For those feeling powerless in the Trump era, finding a means of connection can help to rebuild the bulwark of civil society.
The GOP is sitting by and watching the health-care system unravel.
His carelessness with language is unpresidented.
In the Democrats’ fight against the president’s agenda, the administration’s incompetence is their friend.
Vegemite? Mel Gibson? Dual-flush toilets? They totally had it coming Down Under.
It brought to mind Trump’s Cinco de Mayo tweet of a taco bowl and the words “I love Hispanics!”
When given the chance to do something about it, they demurred.
They said not to take him literally. Wrong!
My biggest fear is that the president cannot tell truth from lies.