The Silicon Valley billionaire says he’s backing Trump because the GOP nominee doesn’t offer easy solutions, but that’s all he offers.
A rush to reunion can entrench injustice. Instead of papering over differences, Americans need to be smarter about engaging them.
A spate of new stories raise questions about the Republican nominee’s ties to Russia and his tax-avoidance schemes.
The FBI Director’s decision to interfere in the election appears to be an extraordinary lapse in judgment inspired by fear of being destroyed by partisan bullies on Capitol Hill.
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Long-shot efforts to stop Donald Trump or change the election system risk taking up time and energy with little to show at the end.
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Trump's election has reopened questions that have long seemed settled in America—including the acceptability of open discrimination against minority groups.
A conversation with the Purdue University professor Su’ad Abdul Khabeer, whose new book documents the connection between Islam and hip-hop culture in the United States
The president-elect’s allies are seeking to stop recounts in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
Critics say she failed to energize the Democratic base. But vote totals show her biggest shortcomings were in counties that opposed Barack Obama the most.
Maybe. But they may never have had much of a chance in the first place.
They’re worried about poverty, hunger, drug addiction, and the “softness” of the country. And they’ve got high expectations for their president.
Big cities are economically ascendant, but politically isolated—and ready to fight to maintain economic growth and cultural diversity.
There’s no shortage of parallels between the two populists—but there’s at least one crucial difference.
In the battle for power in Washington, GOP leaders on Capitol Hill are scoring early victories with key appointments.
A legal analysis of a provision in the contract that may pose problems for the president-elect
The Trump administration will determine the future of the Third Offset, a plan for ensuring the long-term competitive advantage of the U.S. armed forces.
Her high-profile loss could discourage women from running for office—but it might also motivate them to become more politically engaged.
In a future campaign, the president-elect would need to keep his supporters faithful, while not further alienating groups who opposed him this year.
It’s a reminder to her supporters that more Americans voted the way they did than voted for her opponent.
There’s a case to be made for routine election audits—but not for spreading unsubstantiated claims or speculation about the outcome of an election.
The president-elect is testing the limits of political convention.
Millions of mail-in and absentee ballots haven’t been counted yet. They won’t change anything, though.
The president-elect has tapped Senator Jeff Sessions for the role.