Here’s our latest on the inevitability (or otherwise) of mass shootings in the United States.
Michael Steele becomes the sixth former chair of the Republican National Committee to say he will not vote for the GOP nominee.
A documentary film-maker was disinvited from an academic conference because an organizer feared she would be subject to ideologically motivated reprisals for hosting him.
The Republicans’ defenders argue that the timing of accusations of sexual assault are questionable. That’s only because they weren’t paying attention before.
A game-theory expert explains the strategy lawmakers appear to be employing in walking back their support—and then backing Donald Trump yet again.
By exposing the grievances of blue-collar white voters, the Republican nominee has shaped his party in ways that could last long after the election ends.
Republicans and Democrats face a set of obstacles next year, no matter who holds the most seats.
No matter how untrue—and contradictory—their assertions, her critics will insist she has something to hide.
The Republican presidential nominee categorically denied any past incidents, but several women have come forward to report unwanted attention from him.
A number of Republicans still plan to vote for Donald Trump despite calling on him to withdraw his candidacy for president over the weekend.
Women nationwide are denouncing Donald Trump. Conservative Marybeth Glenn is furious that men aren’t following suit—and she has a message for them.
Donald Trump’s dwindling cadre of advocates urge reporters and voters to focus on his substance, not his sins. His tax plan, however, would not benefit from such scrutiny.
The fallout from the storm will further limit access to the ballot in communities where it’s already limited.
The candidate: Donald Trump The gaffe: “Make sure you get out and vote November 28,” the Republican nominee…
Death Cab for Cutie and Aimee Mann have promisingly kicked off 30 days of anti-Trump songs.
In 2007, he saw himself as part of a movement that would take African Americans to the Promised Land. Nine years later, his role in the lineage is less certain.
Conservatives will see corruption and liberals will see corporatism and expedience, but the exchanges simply expose the candidate who’s been there all along.
There’s a federal law on the books that could discourage him from holding onto his assets.
Several recent surveys suggest that when men feel persecuted, they turn to Donald Trump for affirmation.
“Your vote really, really, really counts,” the former vice president told Democrats. “You can consider me an Exhibit A of that truth.”
Former Vice President Al Gore campaigned alongside Hillary Clinton at an event in Florida.
A lawsuit in California and violent protests in Brooklyn have focused on the practice of ritual chicken slaughter. Is this anti-Semitism?
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?