How to Resist President Donald Trump
We asked activists and experts what normal people can do to make life difficult for the bigoted asshole about to become the most powerful man on Earth.
A President Trump will be able to overturn plenty of Obama executive orders pretty much immediately after taking office, but there are some sneaky ways the outgoing president can leave his mark.
This election has made everyone from Hillary Clinton to FBI director James Comey to rank-and-file FBI agents look terrible.
A 28-year-old history teacher says he was hanging at a Brooklyn sports bar Saturday and the conversation turned to politics. That's when shit got weird.
Even if what Trump said was uniquely cavalier and disgusting, it does seem to be on the spectrum with what other straight men might say or hear at some point in their lives.
While Bernie Sanders diehards roasted in the heat at the DNC, politicians, lobbyists and industry players got down to business.
At the Democratic National Convention this week, Clinton's female supporters praised the majesty of the moment—but kept their expectations limited.
Tim Kaine made his national debut at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday, but found himself upstaged by the man he's trying to replace.
The former president spent Tuesday night describing his early romance with the first woman nominated as a major party's presidential candidate.
Hillary Clinton's coronation is off to a rocky start.
Hillary Clinton's coronation is already devolving into chaos.
A veteran detective working the DNC talks about how the recent shootings in Baton Rouge, Minnesota, and Dallas will affect the atmosphere at potential protests this year.
The man behind the attack that killed at least 84 was a Tunisian immigrant with a record of violent crime but no known ties to terrorism.
Citing the harsh treatment faced by criminals in society, a Brooklyn judge decided not to send a young convict to prison.
Trump's rhetoric and the violent acts of some supporters have alarmed many, but America's past is full of political and electoral savagery.
Nine years after promising to shutter the place if elected, the president sent Congress a plan that will probably go nowhere.
The latest high-profile case of a fatal police shooting in Chicago has taken a bizarre turn.