Perhaps this, above all, speaks to just how much the presidency has begun to weigh on Donald Trump.
It's what has become perhaps simultaneously the most often-misunderstood political buzzword and partisan lightning rod: the so-called "green new deal."
The controversy surrounding Donald Trump's long-desired wall--and the disputed "state of emergency" which he is using to finance its construction--is rising as landowners in the area of the intended barrier have begun fighting back
After declaring a national emergency, Trump was strongly criticized by both Republicans and Democrats alike.
Chuck Schumer said he wanted a fence. Donald Trump wants a wall. Is there really a difference?
Donald Trump reportedly will sign the border security spending bill emerging from Congress, in time to avert a second partial federal shutdown, which would have begun Saturday, February 16.
During his speech, Trump talked about collaborating with lawmakers. What did people think of this?
By narrowing their campaign target audience, the Republicans lost control of California. Which nation will go next?
Senator Amy Klobuchar might run for president in 2020. But how well will she fare?
It was some years ago that Shawn Hubler, an L.A. Times columnist, stated unequivocally that ANYONE in modern America could become President today.