Trump’s astounding announcement that he has invited Vladimir Putin to Washington caps a week of convulsion and surrender, raising serious questions about Mr. Trump’s own grasp of political reality and his presidential responsibilities.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan was among those critical of President Trump's comments in Helsinki, and this has reignited a debate between some Republicans as to whether or not the governor should be supported (“Never Hogan”). But the debate misses many important points.
Jonah Goldberg: President Trump's stubborn refusal to listen to his own advisers in the matter of the Russia investigation likely stems from his inability to admit that his instincts are ever wrong. As always, Mr. Trump's character trumps all.
When we were ducking under our desks in schools all those years ago, Americans were united in the dream of a time when Russia would see us as we saw the world: Needful of peace ensured by fair and democratic government.
President Trump appears to admire despicable people like Vladimir Putin. Perhaps he is naïve as demonstrated in his voicing trust and admiration for Kim Jong Un. Consider Dinesh D’Souza who Trump recently pardoned.
Annie Eissler, chief marketing officer for the vendor, ByteGrid LLC, sought to assuage worries from top Maryland leaders after the FBI last week alerted them to ties between the company and a Russian oligarch.
The FBI investigates whether a Maryland "computer glitch" that might have wiped as many as 80,000 voters off election rolls for last month's primary was part of Russia's alleged hacking of U.S. elections.
A Twitter account @BaltimoreIsWhr invited people to join a flash mob and to post using the hashtag #BlacksAgainstHillary, according to an indictment of 12 Russian agents for hacking Hillary Clintons presidential campaign.
Jonah Goldberg: The Trump Doctrine, in short, is simply the international relations analogue to the domestic version of Trumpism. The Big Man personifies the national will, and constraints on the national will are for suckers.
Alex Ovechkin is bringing the Stanley Cup to the World Cup. Fresh off winning the NHL title, the Washington Capitals forward is continuing his summer-long victory tour by taking the trophy to Moscow on Saturday.
What if the results of the Mueller probe into Russian meddling in our 2016 presidential campaign prove to be as big as Watergate or the storied Teapot Dome scandal? What if the “see, hear, speak no evil” approach of the GOP regarding Trump, in retrospect, the dumbest political decision ever made?
Just one year ago, Special Counsel Robert Mueller began his investigation into the Russian meddling in our 2016 presidential election that put Donald Trump in the Oval Office. Today it continues, with no certain end yet in sight.
Gina Haspel will be the first woman to head the Central Intelligence Agency, but the distinction of America’s first female foreign intelligence officer belongs to a Baltimore woman who was dispatched to Berlin 100 years ago.
Vladimir Putin functions in long-term historical categories. In recent years, he has increasingly invoked them to achieve political goals. To grasp Russia’s political vector under Mr. Putin, we need to be more attuned to his use of history.