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.
Giuliani told our White House reporter he was planning to fly to Austria. Two of his business associates were arrested Wednesday attempting to do the same. Plus: China vs. the NBA.
Stories from on the ground with America’s Syrian, Kurdish and Iraqi allies fighting a version of a forever war. Plus: Is another chief of staff shakeup in the works?
“In 20 years of writing about the military, I have never heard officers in high positions express such alarm about a president.” Plus: problems with the Iowa caucus.
Vice President Mike Pence has by all accounts been a dutiful Robin to President Trump’s Batman. The shadow of impeachment will become a test of their partnership.
Republicans wallop Democrats in rural areas and small towns; urban and suburban areas want nothing to do with the MAGA-aligned. Plus: the White House lawyer you should know.
In light of Harvard’s win in a high-profile affirmative-action case, we look at the education issues 2020 candidates and other lawmakers are battling over.
“I remember telling Clinton at one point, ‘The Republicans are never going to remove you from office; it’s the Democrats who can.’” Plus: An interview with the Afghan National Security Adviser.
Why so many Republicans are retiring from Congress. Plus: Squirrel Hill struggles with the role of politics in making meaning out of tragedy.
We look at the central figures in a very serious political scandal. Plus: What happens when normal people begin to meld their identities with those they idolize?
Guliani wasn’t always one of Trump’s most loyal defenders, doing cable-news hits and yelling at Atlantic reporters. Plus: lessons from the Clinton impeachment.
Amid an unfolding scandal over his call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, President Donald Trump met in New York with … Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Why has the 16-year-old been so influential, when so many other activists haven’t broken through? Plus: Has the press learned anything from 2016?
The Indian prime minister will hold a rally in Houston this weekend with guest star President Donald Trump. Plus: the DHS plan to go after domestic terrorism.
Some presidential candidates have decided, eh, this maybe isn’t going to work out. Others, despite zero to middling name recognition, are still at it—why?
Political pets can be tied up in complicated ways with public perception of the politician. Plus: Meet the Bernie bros turned Liz lads.
Sean Spicer makes his debut on Dancing With the Stars. Plus: the Latinos who are on board the Trump Train.
The Supreme Court gets a lot of attention—rightfully so. But it’s always worth looking at the president’s other judicial appointments. Plus: The Bennet baffler.
Is eating meat following plastic straws onto the front lines of the country’s various culture wars? Plus: The question Elizabeth Warren didn’t want to answer.
Are Democratic voters backing the 2020 candidate they themselves like best, or backing the candidate they think their fellow voters would support? Plus: a debate 3.0 preview