Here’s our latest on the inevitability (or otherwise) of mass shootings in the United States.
His call on a foreign government to hack Hillary Clinton’s email account is a complete subversion of GOP ideals.
A new lawsuit takes aim at the Department of Education’s push to force colleges to decide cases based on “a preponderance of the evidence.”
The women who cheered Hillary Clinton into her official nomination showed why this moment in American history is so important—and fragile.
The Democratic Party’s emphasis on race and gender is compelling to many voters—but it may not accord with the experience of many who are struggling.
Join us for the second day of the Democratic National Convention.
Bernie Sanders told his supporters to get in line, but some aren't buying it.
Identity politics loomed large on the first night of the Democratic National Convention.
When something goes wrong, I start with blunder, confusion, and miscalculation as the likely explanations. Planned-out wrongdoing is harder to…
The Democratic chairwoman had few supporters—but clung to her post for years, abetted by the indifference of the White House.
For the party elders, day one of the convention was about scolding the left back together.
Donald Trump’s Republicans are becoming the party of blue-collar white voters, as college-educated white voters slip away.
Hillary Clinton is running as the candidate of continuity—but Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and most white Democrats think America is headed in the wrong direction.
The First Lady took to the stage at the Democratic National Convention, and united a divided hall.
The majority of Democratic voters, however, are with her.
A 30-step review of the mayhem in Philadelphia, and what Clinton’s convention says about the future of the American political system.
Join us for the first day of the Democratic National Convention.
The DNC chair announced she would not gavel in this week’s national convention.
The Republican convention in Cleveland helped unify the GOP, but Michael Bloomberg is endorsing Hillary Clinton in very public fashion.
I think this is very interesting: a reader who knows Russia and Ukraine, on how he reads the unfolding “Putin…
A call from the Vermont senator urging support for Hillary Clinton was met with boos from delegates in Philadelphia.
The basketball icon breaks with his 30-year reluctance to address racial violence and police killings.
Suspicions about foreign interference in U.S. politics have arisen before. In 1980, the Ayatollah’s Iranian government may have delayed…