Rudy Giuliani’s son Andrew is one of the longest-serving members of the Trump administration. What does he do there? Plus, do different places have different personalities?
For what, exactly, should the president be impeached? Democrats who support impeachment are still trying to work that out. Plus, a history of Roger Stone
As impeachment continues, the president’s strategy of villainizing opponents is getting harder—there may simply be too many to choose from. Plus, Fox and facts.
The witness to watch today was William Taylor, who showed up with new information. Plus, a new candidate for Obama’s heir—and for the 2020 Democratic primary?
“If the president can simply refuse all oversight, particularly in the context of an impeachment proceeding, the balance of power between our two branches of government will be irrevocably altered.”
Where do parties—and people—stand before the impeachment inquiry’s public phase begins? Plus, Yoni Appelbaum on how America ends and Adam Serwer on the “false promise of civility”
Trump’s base includes rural communities, but rural areas aren’t uniformly MAGA. Plus, how a man with no experience in journalism or politics helped bring down the Nixon presidency
“He just has no life,” one person close to President Trump recently told our White House reporter Peter Nicholas. Plus, why Rudy Giuliani is still around.
Republicans win in red states, Democrats win in blue states—or not. Plus: Amy Klobuchar’s Pete Buttigieg problem
Will Tucson become a “sanctuary” city? How close will the Mississippi governor’s race be? Will Virginia flip entirely blue? Plus, an argument about too much democracy
Does the Democratic party still have the momentum from the midterms? Virginia is a pivotal test. Plus: the history behind sports teams visiting the White House
Our politics writer takes a closer look: the plan still appears very costly, and may be very disruptive. Plus: Beto drops out; Pete stays in.
How the president plans to use Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi’s death on the campaign trail. Plus, why Nancy Pelosi wants this one particular impeachment inquiry vote.
“His commitment to justice and the rights of others would never, ever waver.”
Today, what the changing demographics in swing states could mean for Trump in 2020. Plus, the White House fumbles on its impeachment narrative.
Today, when the whistle-blower drip becomes a flood. Plus, the Syria ceasefire and the fury. Finally, an argument about GOP hypocrisy.
Some moderate Democrats want the party to zoom in as closely as possible on Trump’s Ukraine-related offense. Others want to consider more. Plus: AOC makes another endorsement.
“What was Hillary Clinton thinking?” our contributing writer Tom Nichols asks. Plus, the Americans solidly opposed to impeachment (hint: more than just Republicans)
Which countries now stand to gain after the Syria cease-fire? Also, Trump’s plan to host the G7 at one of his properties. Plus, reflections on the legacy of Elijah Cummings.
Faced with a wholly resistant White House, not a ton (is fining or jailing those who refuse to comply with subpoenas possible?). Plus: Keep an eye on Marie Yovanovitch and Gordon Sondland.