Justin Amash finally said out loud what many other Republicans know but will only whisper: "President Trump engaged in specific actions and a pattern of behavior that meet the threshold for impeachment." Amash's party may never forgive him. His nation ought to thank him.

Last year was officially proclaimed the fourth-warmest on record; scientists predict that melting ice in Antarctica and Greenland could not only raise sea levels but further destabilize weather patterns; and progressive members of Congress are proposing a "Green New Deal," the first policy f…

It didn't take long Thursday for President Trump's tweeted complaint about the Robert Mueller probe -- "will it just go on forever?" -- to look like wishful thinking. Michael Cohen's blockbuster court appearance made it clear that Trump is (BEG ITAL)really(END ITAL) going to hate the way the…

Here is how to interpret the alarming new United Nations-sponsored report on global warming: We are living in a horror movie. The world needs statesmen to lead the way to safety. Instead we have President Trump, who essentially says, "Hey, let's all head to the dark, creepy basement where th…

Journalist Bob Woodward's new book and an op-ed by an anonymous administration official portray President Trump as dangerously capricious and amoral, exhibiting textbook symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder and behaving in ways that suggest, to some, early signs of age-related dementia.

Aretha Franklin, who died Thursday at 76, was more than the undisputed "Queen of Soul." She was one of the most important musicians of our time, a genius who soared above genres and expectations to create music that will live forever.

Once again, President Trump has made a cowardly, cynical and monumentally stupid retreat on the issue of guns. Forget everything he said in the wake of the Parkland shooting about the urgent need for meaningful action. Trump now takes a position that will almost surely guarantee more gun vio…

Voters who thought President Trump would at least try to fulfill his populist, America-first campaign promises were cynically and cruelly deceived. Trump placates these supporters with rhetoric, distracts them with cultural warfare, and encourages them to seek refuge in cultural chauvinism. …

We need to prepare for the eventuality that the Mueller probe catches President Trump, family members and associates red-handed – and Republicans in Congress refuse to do anything about it. This is beginning to look like a possible or even probable outcome.

More than 80 percent of Puerto Rico is still in the dark, more than a third of its residents still have no clean drinking water, much of the island's infrastructure still lies in ruins – and President Trump cruelly threatens to cut off federal aid. Doing so should be considered an impeachabl…