Progressive groups will launch a coalition aimed at pressuring Republicans bent on repealing the Affordable Care Act.
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.
We can all agree that 2016 has been a long year, but this week, we asked Politics & Policy Daily…
A conversation with Norman Eisen, former White House ethics czar, about the legal challenges facing the president-elect.
Recounts, lawsuits, challenges—and the prospect of a legislative coup? Here’s why the race between Governor Pat McCrory and Democrat Roy Cooper isn’t over yet.
The president-elect met with reporters and editors at The New York Times.
The president-elect is testing the limits of political convention.
With 79 new grants, he’s set a modern-era record for presidents.
Republicans have said that Donald Trump’s attorney general nominee began his career fighting against a segregationist in Alabama. The truth is more complicated.
Donald Trump’s pledge to repeal the Affordable Care Act threatens to harm the voters who put him into office.
Be sure to check out this video—a post-election Thanksgiving message that’s right in line with what readers have been debating…
In tax filings, the Trump Foundation has apparently indicated that it violated federal rules against “self-dealing,” charities acting to further their leaders’ interests.
The president-elect’s victory wasn’t a product of the usual electoral dysfunction so much as an end-run around it.
The presidential election officially ends in December once the members vote. Two want to convince their colleagues to withhold the White House from Donald Trump.
President-elect Donald Trump continues his search for Cabinet members.
Video of an alt-right conference in Washington, D.C., where Trump’s victory was met with cheers and Nazi salutes.
From the inbox, an engineer who is directly involved in the technology for tabulating votes in a number of states…
The president-elect has pledged tax reform and job creation—policies that should theoretically help poor and minority Americans. Will they?
President Obama said he might break tradition and criticize his successor on “core questions” about ideals and values—in essence, promising to break one standard to try to save others.
The founders envisioned electors as people who could prevent an irresponsible demagogue from taking office.
Blase Cupich, who has been called America’s Pope Francis, has just been given a powerful new position in Rome. Can he keep his own city from being destroyed by gun violence?