Surprise, surprise: he's not draining it. He's growing it substantially.
He averted a trial, and with it, the chance for the public to learn more about the most suspicious parts of his long and shady résumé.
We're going to go out on a limb here and say a certain president of the United States seems to be lurking on everyone's minds on Reddit.
Tight races have inspired lawsuits from both Republicans (seeking to count fewer ballots) and Democrats (seeking to count more ballots).
Federal prosecutors have gathered evidence of president's participation in transactions that violated campaign-finance laws
One way to answer that question is to assign each state's electoral votes to whichever party won the most races in that state on Tuesday.
During past administrations, the American news media had always been referred to as "the press," but Nixon, whose contentious relationship with the nation's newsrooms was longstanding, tweaked that policy, and began labeling the press as "the media," a term he felt sounded more ominous and less favorable.
A video distributed by Sarah Sanders to justify revoking the press pass of CNN reporter Jim Acosta was altered in ways that made it misleading.
It's okay. Sessions always has a job at Baby Gap if he wants it.
His recent attacks on immigrants fit a pattern of bigoted behavior toward minorities I watched for years when I was the president of Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino.
Here's some of the best analysis and commentary we've read on what the election means for Democrats, Trump and the future of our democracy.
The only appeal the conservative movement has left is white panic. Why is that story still so hard to tell?
It's not a coincidence that racial fear-mongering has reached a fever pitch less than a week before midterm elections.
Jimmy Fallon's Trump impression is getting funnier, and more sinister, by the minute.
Two right-wing operatives, Jack Burkman and Jacob Wohl, appear to be behind a plot to frame Mueller for sexual misconduct. But their tactics are... confusing.
Why America's newsrooms must employ more minority writers
The communist intelligence service in Prague stepped up its spying campaign against Donald Trump in the late 1980s, targeting him to gain information about the "upper echelons of the US government," archive files and testimony from former Cold War spies reveal.
Weird comedy genius Tim Heidecker (of "Tim & Eric" fame) wrote a love song from the perspective of an alt-Right conspiracy theorist, and it's actually low-key a bangeroo.
The president's schedule shows huge swaths of his day unplanned, allowing his whims and momentary interests to drive White House business.
Robert Bowers was an avid user of Gab, a social network popular among white nationalists and the alt-right.
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