The chaotic endgame of the American withdrawal has undercut some of the most fundamental premises of President Biden’s presidency.
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Having failed to convict, Democrats hope that the trial nonetheless made it implausible if not impossible for Trump to ever run for president again as he has hinted he might do.
The fresh bid to remove Trump from office and strip him of his power without waiting until his term expires Jan. 20 capped a traumatic week that has rattled Washington.
The final days of the Trump presidency have taken on the stormy elements of a drama more common to history or literature than a modern White House.
The standoff left the United States in the position of the kind of country whose weak democratic processes it often criticizes.
The White House hoped to find a "James Baker-like” figure to lead its postelection battle to somehow find a way to win a second term. But the original James Baker said the White House should stop trying to stop the votes from being counted. Baker, ...
If he is forced to vacate the White House on Jan. 20, Trump is likely to prove to be more resilient than expected when it comes to his influence on American life.
Fight comes amid open efforts by President Donald Trump and the Republicans to disqualify votes on technicalities and baseless charges of fraud.
New details raised questions about the credibility of the information provided about the president during hospitalization for COVID-19.
How many ways are there to say that this is not normal? That it is not normal for a U.S. president to employ transparently racist and sexist attacks. Or pressure his attorney general to prosecute his foes with an election looming. Or resist money for ...