If they know where their representatives stand, constituents can hold them accountable if they choose to prolong unpopular conflicts.
It is the starkest admission yet by the president's inner circle that his signature campaign pledge would not be fulfilled.
With Trump in office, liberals have put their faith in the likes of H.R. McMaster and James Mattis. It was always profoundly misplaced.
Jim Mattis, perhaps the most respected foreign policy official in Trump's administration, will leave by the end of February.
The current budget director will be "acting" chief, replacing John Kelly after a chaotic search by the president.
The president has called a record $716 billion budget "crazy." If only he had the will—or the decency—to actually do something about it.
Nick Ayers, 36, Vice President Pence’s chief of staff, is the president's top choice for the post.
Progressives and immigration activists seethe as the New York senator pledges $1.6 billion to increase border security.
Trump has a few weeks left to fire Mueller and seize despotic power.
Kirstjen Nielsen defended the administration's practice of separating children from parents, but the president is said to have soured on her.