Preet Bharara made a mistake. By refusing to resign he contributes (inadvertently) to the destruction of norms that he is, presumably, combatting.
Latest in Transition 2016
Thoughts on how Secretary Kelly can effectively utilize the Department's Joint Task Forces—operational coordination elements that synchronize DHS components in discrete geographic or functional areas.
An overview of the memo describing the Department of Defense’s planned implementation of the hiring freeze executive order.
A look at the strategic choices that indicate systematic alt-right world-building from deep inside the White House.
There exists a means of lodging an objection to what happened to Merrick Garland that ropes into the process a perhaps unlikely ally: Neil Gorsuch.
President Trump has drawn much of his cabinet from the private sector. He should put them to work bringing businesses into projects to counter violent extremism.
My thoughts on President Trump's National Security Presidential Memorandum 2 (NSPM-2), which defines the organization and functions of President Trump's National Security Council (NSC) and Homeland Security Council (HSC).
Yesterday’s Executive Order on “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States” triggered alarm among privacy advocates in the U.S.
Now that Donald Trump is president, talk of designating the Muslim Brotherhood as a foreign terrorist organization is heating up. But there's a hitch: this would be illegal.