Draft executive order 'reads like the administration was challenged to see how many violations of the Bill of Rights can be contained in one policy change'
The political, religious and financial right are collaborating to move America further from the norms of democracy with the triumph of one-party, one-man rule. There’s never been anything like it in our history.
Several Democrats joined Republicans in the vote, handing Exxon's former chief executive the reins to the nation's climate diplomacy.
Also, this is the media's fault. Somehow.
Gorsuch’s decision was largely adopted by the conservative Roberts Court majority in its 2014 decision ruling that secular, for-profit companies like Hobby Lobby could make religious objections to complying with certain regulations.
How to adapt the fictional lessons of the Harry Potter universe to a real-life Voldemort.
Forget facts. Forget analysis. This is the Trump administration.
The girl, whose parents are U.S. citizens, was barred from boarding a plane yesterday and is now in limbo in Djibouti.
President Donald Trump's campaign promises on safety net programs would certainly be broken if House Speaker Paul Ryan gets his way.
Rural schools make up more than half of the school districts in America and serve around a quarter of the nation’s students.
What started as offhand comments on social media have spiraled into the beginnings of a potentially large nationwide protest in support of empirical science.
So far, President Trump's remodeling efforts have been both dramatic (nominating Oklahoma attorney general and fossil-fuel ally Scott Pruitt to head the agency) and quietly tactical (freezing all EPA contracts and grants).
Author George Lakey explains why Scandinavia tops world lists for equality, health, and happiness.
Moves come amid growing concern that Trump and his appointees will suppress scientific innovation and research to advance their own ideological agenda
Coal supporters are pushing a bill that would bar utilities from using the state's abundant wind power to provide electricity within the state.
Confirming Rex Tillerson, Republicans on Senate Foreign Relations Committee "just knowingly handed our international climate diplomacy over to a rogue oil mogul"
"All Americans, should be outraged that President Trump is gutting federal programs and funneling their taxpayer dollars into the hands of less-regulated private companies who answer to their corporate shareholders and not the American people."
The back-to-back Bush and Obama administrations allow us to easily compare the effectiveness of liberal and conservative economic policies.
"Today's action is all the proof we need to know whose side the Trump administration is on."
They seemed in a rush to get to the “Leadership Luncheon” put on by the Trump Inaugural Committee, the latter funded by major corporate sponsors, including Chevron, J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America, and others.