Trump critics eye GOP primary race, even if defeating him seems ‘preposterous’
The anti-Trump movement inside the Republican Party — long a political wasteland — is feeling new urgency to mount a credible opposition to Trump before it’s too late.
How the Trump administration muzzled mental health experts after El Paso and Dayton
When President Trump targeted mental illness as the cause of the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton that killed 31 people, federal health officials made sure no government experts might contradict him.
Trump advisers mulling a payroll tax cut to help middle class
The White House is eyeing a temporary cut in the payroll tax as one way to stave off the looming recession. The talks are still in their early stages and have included a range of other tax breaks.
Experts say banning high-capacity magazines would make mass shootings less deadly
With the pace of mass shootings accelerating — and their tolls dramatically increasing — criminologists and reform advocates are more intently focused on limiting access to high-capacity magazines as one of the most potent ways to curb the epidemic.
Trump wants to buy Greenland. Two other presidents tried and failed.
President Trump has pushed top aides to investigate whether the U.S. government can purchase the giant ice-covered island of Greenland.