The congresswoman has earned plaudits from reporters and pundits alike for her pointed line of questioning during the Michael Cohen hearing.
At least 18, including some longtime employees, have been fired from golf clubs in New York and New Jersey.
His hush payments to mistresses are very the least of it. The president has shown himself to be incapable of acting in the public interest.
A new report finds the president's eldest son invested in a lettuce company whose chair sought federal funds from the Trump administration.
Amid gruesome but unverified reports about a journalist's death and dismemberment, the president's links to billionaires and princes come under greater scrutiny.
The disgraced global financial firm cooked the books, and the president may have done likewise. The trouble is that his shell games still largely remain to be revealed.
Longtime Trump Organization finance chief Allen Weisselberg is believed to be one of two Trump executives who reimbursed Michael Cohen and covered up hush-money payments by saying they were legal expenses.
Very few businesses have raised wages thanks to corporate tax cuts, but executives and lawmakers are buying new yachts.
The bottom line is that we may never see the special counsel's findings unless he persuades a grand jury to return an indictment against the president.
The episode is a rare example of a foreign government standing up to the operations of a Trump family business. It is unclear whether the president is considering retaliating.