The president-elect’s allies are seeking to stop recounts in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
Maybe. But they may never have had much of a chance in the first place.
Her high-profile loss could discourage women from running for office—but it might also motivate them to become more politically engaged.
There’s a case to be made for routine election audits—but not for spreading unsubstantiated claims or speculation about the outcome of an election.
The president-elect is testing the limits of political convention.
The president-elect has tapped Senator Jeff Sessions for the role.
The Vermont senator has outlined an agenda where Democrats might find common ground with the next president.
A rebuttal of a dominant media narrative
Democrats may be more effective if they avoid opposing his presidency at every turn.
To the dismay of some Republicans and Democrats alike, Steve Bannon has earned a top spot in the White House’s inner circle.
The media has created a misleading narrative in a rush to assign blame for the outcome of the election.
A candidate who dismissed boasts of sexual assault as “locker room talk” will now serve as president.
Many admit she’s a flawed candidate, but have come around to the idea that she’s the best choice all the same.
Tensions between liberal and conservative students have escalated as a result of the election.
The GOP nominee appears to have recovered some of the support he lost after his comments in a 2005 Access Hollywood recording drew widespread condemnation.
Advocates for sexual assault survivors fear devastating consequences from the Republican nominee’s retaliation against his accusers.
The Republican nominee’s attempt to undermine his accusers highlights the callousness of his attacks against Hillary Clinton.
No matter how untrue—and contradictory—their assertions, her critics will insist she has something to hide.
The House Republican leader could have withdrawn his endorsement of Donald Trump immediately after a controversial 2005 recording surfaced last week. Why didn’t he?
Ghazala Khan is slated to stand with the recently-formed American Muslim Women political action committee when it endorses Hillary Clinton.