President Donald Trump hasn't been in the White House for 100 days, yet he's already reversed himself on many of his key campaign promises.
This week EDGE columnist Kyle Mangione-Smith explains why the GOP may not be as powerful as many of us think.
It turns out Mitt Romney's "binders full of women" are actual binders after all - filled with the resumes of women who hoped to land jobs in his administration.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer apologized Tuesday for making an "inappropriate and insensitive" comparison to the Holocaust in earlier comments about Syrian President Bashar Assad's use of chemical weapons
President Donald Trump is a unifying force for Democrats, bringing together disparate factions in opposition to nearly every presidential move.
The Trump administration's assault on LGBT rights continued Friday with his nomination of anti-gay Tennessee state senator Mark E. Green to be the next secretary of the Army.
Justice Neil Gorsuch is thanking his former law clerks, family and friends as he is sworn into the Supreme Court during a White House ceremony.
Former U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann took to the airwaves last week to praise both the Lord for intervening and installing Donald Trump as a president because he will curb the expansion of LGBT rights.
Immigrant workers at a famed New York bakery who are threatened with being fired if they don't produce legal work papers defied the government outside President Donald Trump's Manhattan home on Saturday.
The unquenchable thirst for chatter about President Donald Trump has changed the dynamics of a fierce daytime television competition much as it has in late-night TV.