When Canadian blockchain whiz Gerald Cotten died unexpectedly last year, hundreds of millions of dollars in investor funds vanished into the crypto ether. But when the banks, the law, and the forces of
A series of impeachment witnesses have all testified that the conspiracy theory is completely false—but Graham didn't bother to tune in. President Donald Trump may not have ultimately been successful his
“Everyone Knows What Happened. Let’s Vote.”: Democrats Hope to Close the Impeachment Deal at the Thanksgiving Day Table
The plan is for the public to confer over turkey. Then Congress could, prospectively, impeach the president during the week of December 16. That will leave Mitch McConnell with some thinking to do. But
“It Is Hard to Read This as Anything but a Warning”: New Polling Suggests Democrats’ Impeachment Push Could Alienate Key
Data exclusive to Vanity Fair shows impeachment could be a losing issue for Democrats hoping to recruit Independents in 2020. “Lots of people who don’t like Trump who are still prepared to vote for him,”
Holmes can look forward to a day (lifetime?) of presidential verbal abuse. If you feel like you’ve been living a bizarro, Groundhog Day existence for the last week, you’re not alone. Each day, another
The president is reaching out to Senate Republicans—including Mitt Romney and Susan Collins—ahead of an increasingly likely impeachment trial. As the walls close in, Donald Trump is working hard to ensure
Adam Neumann reimagined the millennial workplace as a capitalist kibbutz, and so dazzled Wall Street that his company was valued at $47 billion. He spent lavishly, and pressed forward even as “the narrative
Kamala Harris responded that it was “unfortunate” to have a candidate onstage who criticized Obama and “buddied up to Steve Bannon” to get a Trump Tower meeting, and Pete Buttigieg opted for a Bashar jab.
“Every Time These Guys Open Their Mouths, She Gets 10,000 More Votes”: Leon Cooperman, Billionaire, Has a Few More Choice
The superrich hedge-funder is still a little emotional over the candidate’s wealth tax and messaging. Some of his Wall Street peers wish he’d shut up. Lee Cooperman is not quite finished yet with Elizabeth
Remember when Gordon Sondland delivered devastating testimony to the House Intelligence Committee telling lawmakers that every action he took regarding Ukraine was at the direction of Donald Trump, and
Blackface? Yes. KKK? Yes. A comedian using anti-Asian jokes? Yes. Trump? It depends—but be very, very careful. Avoid “racially charged.” (No word in the guidelines on Stephen Miller.) This past summer,
“Was there a quid pro quo? The answer is yes.” When Republican lawmakers on the House Intelligence Committee sat down for Gordon Sondland’s testimony this morning, they likely breathed a sigh of relief.
The former special envoy to Ukraine claimed Tuesday that he didn't realize he was helping Trump and Giuliani push Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden. The GOP did not have a good day in Tuesday's impeachment
Lloyd Blankfein also bit off an interviewer’s head for asking about C.E.O. pay. As you may have heard by now, a number of billionaires are not thrilled by the prospect of an Elizabeth Warren presidency,
“Literally Zero Support Among Black People in South Carolina”: The Giant Problem With Mayor Pete’s Momentum
Mayor Pete’s Iowa surge is real. But if he can’t make inroads among black voters, he'll never be the nominee. Pete-mentum is real. Two polls within four days certified the mayor of South Bend, Indiana,
Republicans’ attempt to smear a decorated war veteran did not go well. Hello, and welcome to week two of the impeachment inquiry’s public hearings. Last week the House Intelligence Committee heard testimony
Republicans say Jennifer Williams and Alexander Vindman objected to Trump’s Ukraine policy. But their testimony made clear that it was Trump’s personal vendetta, not his policy approach, that raised alarms.
Since public impeachment hearings began last week, Republicans have responded to damning testimony concerning Donald Trump’s attempt to extort Ukraine by insisting that none of it is relevant because people
The two prison guards will reportedly be charged this week for falsifying records, as they allegedly attempted to cover up their failure to check on Epstein at regular intervals on the night of his death.
The revelation could be added to Democrats’ articles of impeachment. On Monday, the general counsel for the House of Representatives made a shocking statement about the president of the United States stunned
“Digitally Crippling People From Being Able to Get to the Polls”: Russian Hacking 2.0 Could Employ a Whole New Bag of Digital
Voter suppression will probably be the goal—but the arsenal of antidemocratic forces, from email bombs to viruses to even more insidious techniques, is liable to be completely remade and expanded. Last
Democrats have warned they could add witness tampering as another article of impeachment against the president. As former Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch testified before the House Intelligence Committee
The president suggested he may take Nancy Pelosi up on her offer to provide written answers to impeachment investigators. Donald Trump on Monday suggested he could provide written testimony to House impeachment