67: That’s how many senators would have to buck Trump in the impending impeachment trial for the president to be booted from the White House.
Our staff writer David Graham argues that the Iran crisis reeks of the run-up to the Iraq War. Plus: The fans of Joe Biden’s make-America-nice-again vision.
Will impeachment energize Democrats sick of Trump, or will it mobilize Republicans who see overreach on the left? Or will it do neither? Plus, David Graham on the fiction of two Trumps.
“In impeaching Trump, House Democrats are posing a question whose answer they do not want to hear,” one writer argues. Plus: What is Tucker Carlson thinking?
“I was not surprised, because I come from Ukraine, and it’s a corruptive system. It’s everywhere, even here [in America].” Plus, how the young American left forms a third party.
Dozens of states are still trying to keep the Paris Agreement alive. Plus: “Donald Trump’s lawyer is Benjamin Franklin’s night sweats.”
The impeachment inquiry is still partisan and divisive, and the Speaker seems to be resigned to it. Plus, how an old Democratic kingmaker might return to the scene.
“We are all aware that the next election is looming, but we cannot wait for the election to address the present crisis.”
Impeachment? What impeachment? The president’s base seems immovable—and one psychologist offers a fascinating new theory on why that might be.
Democrats have one more shot to make their impeachment case. Plus, why Rudy Giuliani likely isn’t going anywhere (hint: he may be a little too close to the action)
What to know about the New York Democrat picking up the impeachment-inquiry baton. Plus, how a Fox News host and his liberal mother get along
Meet the freshman representative from Missouri who wants to remake the GOP. Plus, how President Trump turned the military against itself
Ronna McDaniel, the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, won’t woo her Senator uncle on impeachment. Plus, Medicare for All as a rallying cry
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