The president’s U.N. speech shows that his policies are the same as the neocon strategies of George W. Bush and liberal interventionism of Barack Obama.
In the coming years, climate change will increasingly dominate the domestic national security agenda.
The traditional left-to-right, progressive-to-conservative, Democratic-to-Republican axis is no longer a valid schematic of American opinion.
The president's first address to the United Nations General Assembly is marked by tough talk for North Korea and Iran.
The Israeli prime minister approves of the president's address, which condemned Iran.
In a coordinated effort, some of Trump’s aides have worked to maintain—if not expand—the American footprint and influence abroad.
A new analysis outlines why voters are frustrated with their political leaders: Republicans and Democrats lack competition to deliver results.
The California Values Act will make the state a "sanctuary state," with new protections for undocumented immigrants.