Nick Hanauer is on an unusual mission.
Last year, Vermont became the first U.S. state to pass a law requiring labeling of foods containing genetically modified…
The South Carolina senator ran on more war, less Social Security, and immigration reform—the opposite of frontrunner Donald Trump.
When the presidential candidates met for the third time on Saturday, their distinct approaches were on full display.
A few astute readers pointed out a significant omission from my piece yesterday about Sheldon Adelson’s purchase of the Las…
The right-wing billionaire now owns the top source of news in a politically important state—and no one knows what he plans to do with it.
The GOP candidates shared a stage in Vegas, but seemed locked in their own, only occasionally intersecting conflicts.
What if the populist, nativist bloc of the party turns out to be larger than the intellectual conservative movement?
What is the Clintons’ longtime consigliere doing hawking passports to tiny island nations? Inside the exotic, paranoid world of the rich and powerful.
In my recent dispatch from a Donald Trump rally in South Carolina, I described one of Trump’s supporters, Michael Barnhill…
As the public’s fear and loathing surge, the front-runner’s durable candidacy has taken a dark turn.
The New York City mayor has some big ideas, but they may be too much too fast.
After Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, the three rivals showed their weaknesses along with their strengths.
The retired neurosurgeon is creeping into first place—and he could be there for a while.
A substantive discussion in Milwaukee left much of the field unchanged—but a couple candidates managed to boost their fortunes.
Tuesday’s elections, which hinged on social issues such as gay rights and pot, call into question Democrats’ insistence that Republicans are out of step with the times.
Nebraska’s freshman Republican, Ben Sasse, has spent nearly a year in silence. But now he plans to start calling out his colleagues.
Two senators had very good nights, while a former Florida governor struggled more than ever.
In a year of inexplicable presidential candidacies, his stood out for its utter pointlessness.
The Democratic frontrunner is pouring resources into state-based organizing, hoping to execute an Obama-like strategy in both the primary and general election.