Here’s our latest on the inevitability (or otherwise) of mass shootings in the United States.
Democrats allege that Russian hackers stole and leaked their emails in order to aid Donald Trump. Just because they’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re wrong.
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.”
Join us for the second day of the Republican National Convention.
The Trump campaign denied accusations that Melania Trump lifted parts of her convention address from Michelle Obama, with one RNC strategist citing My Little Pony in her defense.
The blunder by the Republican nominee’s wife underscores a campaign rife with problems.
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The Republican candidate is trying to convince Americans their country is dangerous. They may believe him, but that doesn’t mean they’ll vote for him.
Many conservatives changed their minds about the Republican several times during the primary. What will this mean for November?
Monday night, Trump’s supporters suggested that America went to hell under Barack Obama—without ever mentioning what things were like under the Republican who preceded him.
In this video, The Atlantic asks residents of the blue city what it's like to host the red party's event.
Donald Trump acts as if he isn’t a regular politician. One sense in which that is true: His political organization is even more mendacious than the lying norm.
For the Republican presumptive presidential nominee and his wife, attractiveness is the measure of a woman's worth.
Imagining what would happen if the Republican candidate uses the same speechwriters as his wife.
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.
Univision has established itself as a powerful and influential voice in politics. Republican candidates ignore the network at their own peril.
The wife of the Republican nominee apparently borrowed passages from the first lady’s speech at the 2008 Denver Democratic National Convention.
The American businessman rode a wave that has been building across the United States and Europe for decades.
Steve Teles explains the genesis of the conservative movement for criminal-justice reform—and how the rise of Donald Trump might bring about its end.
For millions of Americans eager to hear her story, Melania Trump’s speech was perhaps most remarkable for what she didn’t say.
Far from the action at the Republican National Convention, Trump demonstrators of all political persuasions voiced their concerns for America.