Dragging Donald Trump’s finances into the daylight is a key step in restoring the power of ordinary people over their own political system. That’s why leaders from both parties are reluctant to let that happen.
Bill Barr spent the entire election season sitting on evidence that the White House was selling pardons.
Why didn’t Trump capitalize on the Reichstag fire moment offered by the pandemic to enact his nativist agenda?
The Times published their review of two decades of tax returns from Trump and the Trump Org, and it is glorious.
In a mafia worldview, service to a country is a bargain for suckers and losers.
The real story is who wasn’t indicted and why.
With an old crimewave finally receding from our collective imagination, we may finally have the public will to build a smarter, more effective police force. And we may have environmentalists to thank for it.
Rigging an election is much harder than it looks, and Republicans can’t even get the easy stuff right.
This gallery of legal talent is Trump’s idea of serious people.
The cost of collusion must rise.