The billionaire climate-change activist has nearly clinched a spot on the debate stage. Plus, Trump delays the rollout of Chinese tariffs and John Hickenlooper mulls dropping out.
The Democratic candidates descend on the Iowa State Fair while the country unravels—and why Marianne Williamson isn’t trying to appeal to voters’ rational side. Plus, why the Epstein conspiracy theories are the new normal.
Ninety-nine potential election-interference problems for the 2020 U.S. presidential election—and a hack is one. Plus: What another Joe Biden slip of the tongue reveals.
Andrew Yang is the latest to qualify for the next round of Democratic debates this fall. Plus: Aung San Suu Kyi was once a human-rights icon—Ben Rhodes on what happened.
The president arrives in Dayton, Ohio. Plus: a congressman who survived the 2017 shooting at a baseball practice shares his complicated views on gun-control.
Decades ago, Christian Picciolini was part of a neo-Nazi movement—now he works to de-radicalize violent extremists. Plus: a rare gun-control proposal with bipartisan support.
The president has a habit of undercutting his own remarks after national crises. Plus: J. D. Scholten is back for round two against the nine-term incumbent Steve King in Iowa.
Will Hurd of Texas is the latest in a string of retirements House Republicans have had to grapple with recently. Is this a canary-in-the-coal-mine situation?
Democrats search for a message with MAGA-like resonance. Plus: a dispatch from a DSA debate watch party (featuring: Sanders supporters, cool T-shirts).
How the special counsel kicked off his long-awaited testimony on Capitol Hill
The Mueller report took a bit of wind out of Adam Schiff's sails. This week, the House Intelligence Committee chairman's back in the spotlight. Plus: Puerto Rico protests.