As the reality of Donald Trump’s lead sinks in, party figures who once insisted Ted Cruz was at least as bad are starting to come around.
There's no shortage of solutions—but how effective are they?
Parsing the robust (if seemingly gridlocked) debate
The candidate: Bernie Sanders The gaffe: Today, March 7, is the 60th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, when state troopers…
Del Berg, 100, was one of the Americans who volunteered to fight Francisco Franco in the Spanish Civil War, and he never stopped fighting for leftist causes.
The Republican Party appears on the edge of collapse, and the raucous exchange in Detroit did nothing to erase that impression.
At one time it seemed that once the Republican field shrank, the debates would get more reasoned, calm…
The neurosurgeon says he no longer sees “a political path forward” to the Republican nomination.
The front-runner added to his lead, while Ted Cruz pulled ahead of a faltering Marco Rubio.
The pianist Marcus Roberts tries to capture the essence of Ben Carson, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump on a new EP.
After Chris Christie backed the entertainer on Friday, so did Paul LePage and Jeff Sessions—a diverse set of politicians. Meanwhile, the opposition remains split.
Dixville Notch, Hart’s Location, and Millsfield, three New Hampshire towns, zealously guard their traditions as the first places to vote…
Thursday night was the last chance for Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and the rest of the Republican field…
The Republican front-runner took some sharp blows from Marco Rubio, and appeared listless—even low energy—up on stage.
When I was in high school, my family lived in Scotland for a semester while my father, a professor, was…
With the moderate Republican governor of Nevada reportedly being vetted, two Atlantic staffers consider whether the move is a brilliant strategem or a hopeless strategic blunder.
The mothers of slain black men and women are stumping for Clinton at grassroots events for African Americans, while her rival relies on huge rallies.
“We had people who didn't really seem to understand finances,” he said. “Or maybe they did—maybe they were doing it on purpose."
The candidate: John Kasich The gaffe: The Ohio governor was speaking at Virginia’s George Mason University Monday and recalled…
Thousands of adoring fans came to see Bernie Sanders on Sunday, but his challenge with black voters—and in the state overall—remains daunting.