CPAC was once about conservatism. Now it’s just Trump.
Truth Social, the former president’s hard-right alternative to Twitter, could open its doors next month. But as businesses go, outrage may not be the best moneymaker.
More than a dozen big Wall Street money managers said no to Trump Media, but the Pentwater and Sabby hedge funds are among those that have committed millions.
As legislators across the country draw House maps to protect incumbents, a nonpartisan commission of California citizens is drafting one that will scramble political fortunes for both parties.
The California Republican, who had pugnaciously defended Donald J. Trump, chose the media company role over a potentially powerful new post in Congress.
Details are trickling out about the Justice Department’s use of a grand jury to attempt to identify the user behind a parody account mocking Representative Devin Nunes.
An unsealed court filing shows that the social media company fought the subpoena, which the Biden administration is said to have withdrawn.
The arrival of the new officials has prompted concerns. Their backgrounds offer insights into their policies.
The Party of Lincoln had a good run. Then came Mr. Trump.
A new book by John Brennan is another salvo in the political debate over the intelligence community’s investigation of the election interference campaign.
A bill in New York would discourage frivolous lawsuits aimed at chilling free speech.
The California Republican said that the posts by the accounts, including one named “Devin Nunes’ cow,” were defamatory.