If the party looks back to the 1990s with its presidential nominee, it could be bad news for the rising generation of leaders.
The irrelevance of black life has been drilled into this country since its infancy, and shall not be extricated through the latest innovations in Negro Finishing School.
The sun never sets on the empire of British political drama/satire
The venture capitalist—who compared progressivism to Kristallnacht—wants to disenfranchise non-taxpayers and give wealthier voters more votes.
The quarter-million-dollar vehicles are available to police in four suburban cities, including Irvine, which ranks as the safest city in America.
Conor Friedersdorf and Edward Lucas debate the value of Snowden's leaks.
Yes, she behaved badly. But under the circumstances, how many people would've managed better? And how is it relevant to the job she may seek?
The invisible primary isn't just about lining up top donors anymore—would-be candidates are seeking mega-donors who can bankroll independent-spending groups, too.
A rare interview with the nation's first African American Supreme Court justice
A 1990s plan to create nest eggs using federal grants and tax credits was never enacted, but with a few small tweaks, it's an even better idea today.
As long as the GOP is pushing voter-ID laws that make it harder for African Americans to vote, the party's appeal to identity politics will come up short.
When Adam Smith and a group of fellow Scots first used the word in a political sense, it meant something very different than it does today.
Whistleblowers are hounded for exposing classified information, but national-security insiders are allowed to do so with impunity.
At least the birthplace of the First Amendment managed to come in one spot ahead of Haiti.
The Senate passed a measure to raise the debt ceiling, but not before two Republican leaders had to cast perilous votes.
The White House's decision to delay the Affordable Care Act's employer mandate for another year is the latest in a string of self-inflicted wounds.
The attack on Republicans worked in 2012, and Democrats will use it again in 2016. Will their frontrunner's husband weaken its efficacy?
On what would have been Honest Abe's 205th birthday, a look back at what this magazine had to say about him during his term and beyond
In the three years they've been in power, Tea Partiers have gone through the stages of grief—from denial to acceptance of how Washington works.
Plus: Stephen Colbert finds a terror cell at the Olympics, The Daily Show describes what constitutes ‘NFL material’—and more.