Political Opinion Polls
The president took a swipe at Fox News after a new poll showed him trailing several Democrats.
Trump said the memo must be "heavily redacted" before it could be released.
He has members of his own party to thank.
Americans who try to keep up with politics are split over how stressful that is.
Last week's memo only solidified the impression.
The speech was seen as focusing largely on immigration and the economy.
Democrats are questioning the eligibility of progressive underdog Abdul El-Sayed, who would be the first Muslim state leader in the U.S.
In light of security concerns, states moved to paper ballots. Now voters with disabilities are losing access.
Views on the Trump/Russia investigation remain sharply drawn along partisan lines.
People are feeling good about the economy but not much else.
The speaker of the House implored Republicans not to broadly disparage law enforcement or undermine an ongoing criminal investigation.
The memo's release is part of a sustained GOP attack on investigations into Trump and Russia.
Some polls show ratings rising for the legislation, while others suggest less of a shift.
What the polls so far tell us about the impending shutdown blame game.
On the anniversary of his inauguration, most Americans disapprove of the president's performance.
The former president saw especially broad positive shifts on immigration and the culture of Washington.
Even George W. Bush was more popular.
America still sees itself as a nation of immigrants.
Forget for a brief moment Trump’s vile, unabashed racist “shithole nations” slur of Haiti and African nations. This was simply