In her acceptance speech, the Democratic nominee took on her Republican rival by throwing Donald Trump’s own words back at him.
At the Democratic convention, the president framed America as a shining city on a hill—under constant construction.
The billionaire former New York mayor denounced the Republican nominee as a “dangerous demagogue” and a “risky, reckless, and radical choice.”
Since tough questioning has failed to hold the candidate accountable, broadcast outlets need to apply pressure where it counts—to Trump’s ego.
His convention speech re-introducing his wife to the country was an uneven, but ultimately effective, performance.
A 30-step review of the mayhem in Philadelphia, and what Clinton’s convention says about the future of the American political system.
As the Democratic National Convention prepares to kick off, a massive leak of hacked emails renews old questions about how the Clintons and their associates operate.
Donald Trump’s Republican National Convention speech was full of misleading statements, twisted facts, and false characterizations.
The Republican nominee's comments to The New York Times are likely to be received very differently by his base than by Washington's elites.
Both parties are trying to convince undecided voters that their candidate is the lesser of two evils.
The Trump campaign botched the vice-presidential rollout, insulted a key state’s popular governor, saw chaos erupt on the convention floor, and ended with a plagiarism scandal.
Donald Trump seems determined not to calm racial strife—but to exploit it.
Despite all the advantages she enjoys, the Democratic candidate could lose the election in November.
An unexpected conversation about the presidential election with two voters from Flint, Michigan.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown, the trauma surgeon Brian Williams, and President Barack Obama offered much-needed encouragement in the wake of the Dallas police shootings.
In support of women in leadership and media, I’ve taken a pledge not to appear on all-male panels. Mostly.
By his own standards of evidence, the Republican frontrunner is guilty of some pretty sordid stuff.
Forty-nine people die in Orlando, Florida, and Donald Trump wants a pat on the back.
The presumptive Democratic nominee learned long ago that public trust is a precious resource. Has she forgotten?
It’s easier to ask short-sighted questions about the election than it is to grapple with the big picture.