In the Trump era, we’ve reached peak domestic hatred.
Russia’s purchase of a mining firm while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state did not endanger America’s uranium supply.
From Bill Clinton to Roy Moore all the way back to Thomas Jefferson.
The case of Al Franken shows how painful and confusing it is when the #MeToo juggernaut comes for men we respect.
At an event in Little Rock, it was clear that Bill and Hillary Clinton, and many of their supporters, have not gotten over her loss to President Trump.
David E. Kendall addresses the cases of three women who have said they were victims of sexual misconduct by Mr. Clinton.
Until now, our sexual predation seminars have been hijacked by politics. But this time may be different.
Revisiting the 1990s and realizing that impeachment was reasonable.
The Sugars and Hillary Rodham Clinton discuss the price of female ambition and lay out a three-point plan for a letter writer who feels guilty about her accomplishments.
How a partisan lens leads people to different interpretations of the same facts.
It was a remarkable statement from a senator who enthusiastically backed Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid last year but has been deeply involved in efforts to curb sexual abuse and harassment.
Both sides of the political spectrum should hold politicians accountable, whether Roy Moore or Bill Clinton.
Conservatives resurrect charges as a political cudgel, but some liberals say it may be time to rethink their defense of the former president.
Before the House Judiciary Committee, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he could not recall a campaign adviser’s briefing on Russia but did remember stopping a Trump-Putin meeting.
Over more than five hours, Mr. Sessions on Tuesday still forgot a lot of things most people would remember.
The attorney general denied lying to Congress about Russian contacts and sidestepped questions about feeling pressure to investigate Hillary Clinton.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions denies being influenced by the president’s public pressure as he considers authorizing a new investigation of Hillary Clinton.
In a letter to the House Judiciary Committee, the Justice Department said it planned to pursue the possibility of appointing a special counsel to investigate the Uranium One deal.
The Justice Department is considering appointing a special counsel to investigate a 2010 decision by the Obama administration. Here’s why.
Congressional investigators are examining Twitter conversations between the president’s son and the organization that released Democratic emails during 2016 campaign.
Also: Bill Clinton’s behavior, in need of reckoning.
Coming to terms with Bill Clinton and right-wing disinformation.
The resistance is transforming local politics. But it probably won’t stop there.
Mr. Noah pointed out that Mr. Gillespie, the defeated candidate for governor of Virginia, ran on a platform that largely mirrored Mr. Trump’s.
In 1991, women wore “I Believe Anita” buttons. Now they post #metoo. Social media, famous accusers and generational change add up to a profound shift.
Ms. Brazile, a former interim head of the Democratic National Committee, said she considered the action after Hillary Clinton suffered a fainting spell, according to a published report.
A new book on the father-and-son presidents provides a glance at their apprehension over Mr. Trump’s rise to power and what it means for the country.
A disclosure in the book reignites the anger Bernie Sanders’s supporters felt in 2016. And it underlines the continuing divisions in the party over how to oppose President Trump.
Executives of Facebook, Twitter and Google faced questioning this week on Capitol Hill about Russia’s intrusions. But that is only a small fraction of the fraud on social media.
There is no shortage of coverage that shifts attention away from President Trump’s woes and onto his political opponents — especially the Clintons.
As the first anniversary of her loss to Donald Trump approaches, frustration and anger among her supporters seem more palpable.
A look at some of the ads designed by Russia to exploit divisions in American society and to tip the 2016 election in favor of Donald J. Trump.
Also: John Kelly’s white nationalism.
Ludicrous accusations would be laughable, but they are linked to a dangerous move by Trump allies to shut down the Russia investigation for good.
Numerous questions remain about the man prosecutors say offered a Trump campaign adviser “dirt” from Russia about Hillary Clinton.
Monday brought a dizzying series of developments in the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Here’s a look at the day’s news, and what it might mean.
Paul Manafort and a former business associate, Rick Gates, were indicted. A foreign-policy early adviser to President Trump pleaded guilty, admitting he was told about “thousands” of Clinton emails.
The adviser, George Papadopoulos, has pleaded guilty to lying to the F.B.I. about that conversation, according to documents unsealed Monday.
In a series of Twitter posts, President Trump attacked Hillary Clinton, saying Republicans were now pushing back against the Russia allegations by looking into her.
The Washington Free Beacon, a website funded by a major G.O.P. donor, initially retained the firm that later conducted opposition research for Democrats.
The disclosure raised questions about whether President Trump violated an unwritten Justice Department rule against White House interference in criminal inquiries.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has long made his birthday a centerpiece of his fund-raising schedule. Past guests include the singers Mary J. Blige and Billy Joel.
The dossier has gained notoriety for its salacious, unproven claims about President Trump. Its research was funded by an unnamed Republican and then partly by Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
On Twitter, Mr. Assange said he had been approached before the 2016 election by the chief executive of Cambridge Analytica, but he did not disclose what help was being sought.