The indictment of Chris Collins, the Republican congressman from upstate New York, on insider trading charges is an unmitigated disaster for him, even though some prognosticators say he could win reelection anyway.
Okay, I get it.
Their cases could not be more different.
After years of deflection and foot-dragging, the major tech companies are finally having to take steps toward policing their own content.
As his former campaign chairman stands trial in the Robert Mueller investigation, President Trump went off yesterday, distancing himself from Paul Manafort and calling for the entire probe to be shut down.
President Trump makes so much news that I could write a half-dozen columns today just on his latest comments and tweets—any one of which would lead the news in ordinary times.
It was somewhat encouraging to learn that President Trump was willing to invite the publisher of what he constantly attacks as the "failing" New York Times to talk through their differences.
One of the things that drives people crazy about Washington is all the pointless theater.
Lordy, there are tapes—along with a whole new wave of media questions about Donald Trump, his veracity, the break with his former lawyer, and his current lawyer saying "the president is not an idiot."
I think we can all agree that for a congresswoman to refer to a 28-year-old candidate as "this girl" is rather belittling.
A hollowed-out White House exists in the summer of 2018, with Trump unconstrained by banished or neutered advisers. But the level of disdain toward the media is much the same.
"Sean, we're getting killed in the media."
The media seem determined not to give the president a do-over.
As the searing criticism of President Trump grows even hotter, the latest leaks suggest that an old and damaging pattern is repeating itself.
President Trump gave his detractors plenty of ammunition while standing beside Vladimir Putin.
Stormy Daniels has been arrested, but I digress.
As Americans were just waking up for breakfast, they discovered that President Trump was ruining breakfast for NATO leaders.
Most conservatives are genuinely pleased with President Trump's Supreme Court choice, but there's a lack of excitement in some quarters.
In the end, President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court was the man the media declared the front-runner from the beginning—before the handicapping spun out of control.
It's quite obvious that Michael Cohen was sending a sharp message when he sat down with ABC's George Stephanopoulos.