More than 80 percent of Republicans think the president is doing a great job with the pandemic. Here’s why.
In his desperation to restore and showcase American strength, Donald Trump has made the country weaker.
The Badger State could decide the presidency again. Or it could be “one of a bunch of cherries on top of a democracy sundae.”
Prescribed burns, which create buffers against larger fires, can only do so much.
Many Democrats are worried that pollsters are making the same mistakes they did four years ago, but this election is different.
Five days remain. To mark the occasion, we offer you five essential political stories.
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- COVID-19 Is Killing My People—And No One Seems to Care
- Melania’s Plastic Camelot
- The Raw Desperation of the Republican Party
- Why Many White Men Love Trump’s Coronavirus Response
- Don’t Sweat the Polls
- Dwight Schrute Was a Warning
- What Liberals Don’t Understand About Pro-Trump Latinos
- The Pandemic Is in Uncharted Territory
- What If Friendship, Not Marriage, Was at the Center of Life?
- The Election That Could Break America