The roots of racism run deep in America. Trump's presidency has emboldened right-wingers and white supremacists to fight to preserve their legacy.
Repealing the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force bill is gaining bipartisan support — and is the right thing to do.
The California Democrat's amendment, part of the 2018 Defense Appropriations Bill, called for ending a measure that underlays U.S. warfare in the Mideast.
The latest attempt to replace the Affordable Care Act meets with solid Democratic opposition—and complaints from some Republicans. (Pictured, President Obama's signature on the ACA.)
It could be the president's only option if he ends up entangled by his own incriminating statements, and by evidence from others.
Since the House passed the American Health Care Act, Republican members of Congress have tried to swing public opinion to their side.
If we are now a failed country, it is not because we have a failed presidency, although we do. It is because we are a failed people.
Sooner or later, we will have universal health care in this country—sooner if the congressional majority succeeds in destroying the Affordable Care Act, later if it fails.
When Alabama Republican Rep. Mo Brooks labeled physical illness a moral failing, there were no disabled reporters to question him.
Their approach probably ensures that the GOP will eventually have to face legislation that doesn't fully repeal the Affordable Care Act. (Pictured, Maine Sen. Susan Collins.)