He was lauded for his major donations to Democrats, but now he says he was secretly giving to Republicans in roughly equal measure.
Trump’s incoherent constitutional philosophy summed up: The Constitution provides a first option, but if for some reason he doesn’t like it, he’s happy to discard it.
Michael Peterson refuses to watch The Staircase.
The Oath Keepers imagine themselves to be true patriots, but, as a jury of their peers found this week, their deeds were a crime against the United States.
With the former president gearing up for another campaign, one of the few big questions is who would run alongside him.
The former president’s campaign announcement included an inadvertent admission that he has a big problem.
A self-inflicted wound in Washington is emblematic of how poor GOP choices led to unexpected Democratic victories.
Whatever the conservative grass roots decide, the establishment will be a step or two behind, desperately trying to catch up with the people it claims to lead.
The election results show that although a sizable minority of Americans will never defect from Trump, an even larger group seems equally determined to stop Trumpism.
Frantic partisan combat and frequent changes of power are the new normal.
Democrats can’t find a message on crime they believe in.
Despite extraordinary funding, the city’s police seem unable to control crime.
The former ambassador emerged from his experience in the administration as neither a full-on apostate nor a true believer.
An assault on Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband offers a ghastly echo of the attack on the Capitol.
Even if the former president’s account is restored, the moment might have passed.
A fluke medical crisis has thrown one of the most consequential elections into disarray—with serious consequences for the entire country.
And what not to cheer
A new study gives clues for how to fix America’s political culture.
In North Carolina, the Democratic governor might lose his power to stop the GOP’s legislative agenda.
It’s nice work if you can get it—only it’s not work, and you can’t get it.